Faulty air ducts can cause carbon monoxide to leak into your home if you have a fuel burning furnace. The best bet is to install a CO monitor in your home to alert you of problems.
Air that runs through ducts will lose or gain several degrees before it reaches the inside of your home, depending on the location of the air ducts. Insulating the ducting can minimize this temperature change.
Passive solar heating can dramatically decrease your heating bills. Passive solar heating techniques include, using large south-facing windows combined with placing a heat-absorbing wall or floor in close proximity to the windows.
"Who is a heating/cooling contractor?
He is a skilled workman, who traditionally installs, maintains and repairs heating and cooling systems and equipment such as air conditioning units.
Why do you look for one?
If you need a professional to:
» Repair your heater,
» Install your air conditioner, provide central air conditioning troubleshooting, air conditioning repair, and air conditioning maintenance,
» Maintain your central heating system,
» Install, maintain and repair thermostats,
» Clean and repair your ducts & vents,
» Maintain and troubleshoot your radiator,
for your home or business, then you look for a heating firm or an air conditioning professional.
Where do you find one?
Findville will help you to find the best contractors available in your area. Check our listings to find the best contractor or firm close to you."