In the winter, being snug as a bug in a rug in your home can be cozy, but it can also play havoc with your indoor air quality (IAQ) here in Washington, creating some significant health problems. At Dana’s Heating & Cooling, we recommend taking precautions to avoid the common issues associated with winter indoor air quality.Continue Reading
If you are in the market for a new heat pump, efficiency is probably a key factor in your search. The Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) has a universal ranking system for heating and cooling units that serves to help.Continue Reading
In modern society, average adults spend nearly all their time indoors at work or at home. In fact the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports this amount of time reaches upwards of 90 percent for most people. That puts the importance of good indoor air quality at a whole new level.Continue Reading
A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one place to another, from inside your home to outside or from outside to inside. In the winter a heat pump works like a heater, extracting heat energy from outside and transferring it inside. In the summer the process reverses and it will remove heat from your home and transfer it outside similar to an air conditioner.Continue Reading
It is an “Oh no!” moment when you approach your home’s thermostat and see its screen is blank.
Is it serious? Does it mean your furnace, heat pump, or air conditioning is broken? Not necessarily. In fact, most of the time, it is something minor and can be easily fixed.Continue Reading
Is the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system in your Bainbridge Island home ready for an upgrade? American Standard is a leading brand with furnaces and heat pumps designed to boost your indoor home comfort.Continue Reading
Indoor air quality is a hot topic these days, especially with West Coast wildfires creating hazardous conditions for so many people. The reality is, barring wildfires in your area, many airborne particles are a simple part of our daily life. These can include things like dust, pollen, pet dander, mold, viruses, and bacteria.Continue Reading