National Refrigeration Blog
5 Tips for Better Indoor Air Quality
As a homeowner, you are likely concerned about rising heat costs and are taking the necessary precautions, such as eliminating window drafts and improving insulation, to ensure your heat stays indoors. And while the energy-saving benefits of eliminating drafts and insulating your home are apparent, these necessary and important home improvements may be impacting your home’s overall air quality. Luckily, there are easy ways to improve your home’s air quality and keep your family safe and healthy, no matter the season.
Why is one room in my house colder than the rest?
There are a handful of reasons why one room in your house feels colder than the others. Take a look below to determine what the culprit in your house may be:
What to Expect During Your Fall Tune-up
Rhode Island winters can be harsh and cold. The last thing any homeowner wants to come home to is a broken heating system. That is why we recommend booking your furnace tune-up now. Waiting until winter starts could leave you in the cold if your system has an issue. When you book your fall tune-up, […]
5 Signs Your HVAC System is Wasting Energy
National Refrigeration takes a look at 5 warning signs that your HVAC system is wasting energy.
Is a Ductless Mini-Split Right for Me?
If you don’t have a central heating and cooling system in place, or if you have added on to your home, then a ductless mini-split could be a good choice for you.
What temperature should I set my AC in summer?
Energy bills during Rhode Island summers often skyrocket. Keeping the cooling bill low is a goal for most homeowners looking to save money and increase home energy efficiency. Finding the balance between comfort and cost-effectiveness is important. To understand what temperature your AC should be set to, you should take into consideration your context. Ideal…
What are the different types of air conditioning filters for your home?
Depending on the Air Conditioner in your home, the filters will vary. Regardless, regular replacement of filters is important for unit longevity and the healthy air quality of your home.