Designing a Church HVAC System

Designing a Church HVAC System

Churches and other religious facilities must be able to maintain indoor air quality and comfort. But because of certain factors such as their unique architecture, open spaces and varied occupancy, the requirements for designing their HVAC systems are slightly different from other structures. They also need HVAC systems that run quietly and efficiently.

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How to Tell if You Have an Air Duct Leak

How to Tell if You Have an Air Duct Leak

Your central HVAC system has a network of ducts and vents that distribute heated or cool air throughout your home. But to ensure your indoor air quality and comfort remain consistent, you need regular inspections and maintenance. This includes thoroughly checking your ductwork for leaks that can compromise how your system functions.

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How Heat Pumps Work During Summer & Winter

How Heat Pumps Work During Summer & Winter

A heat pump can both heat your home during the winter and cool it during the summer. With just an adjustment of your thermostat, you can switch between heating and cooling mode in an instant.

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Should You Leave the AC on When You Leave for Vacation?

Should You Leave the AC on When You Leave for Vacation?

It may seem logical to shut off your system before leaving home for a summer vacation, but there’s a reason why most HVAC companies advise against it. It’s a myth that turning off the system will lower your monthly energy bills. In fact, the opposite may happen instead, resulting in higher energy consumption.

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3 Ways to Cool a Finished Basement

3 Ways to Cool a Finished Basement

A finished basement provides great insulation to help keep the temperature in the home consistent. However, there’s one complaint that many homeowners have with finished basements — the area doesn’t receive enough airflow, making the air in the basement more humid than the air in the living spaces upstairs. Fortunately, there are a few simple …

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How Does HVAC Maintenance Promote Employee Productivity?

How Does HVAC Maintenance Promote Employee Productivity?

An increasing number of businesses are actively seeking to improve working conditions to promote the wellbeing and productivity of their trusted employees. When seeking to design a more efficient office, one of the most crucial elements to consider is the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system.

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How to Improve Indoor Air Quality for Babies

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality for Babies

Most young children, especially toddlers under the age of 24 months, spend the majority of their time indoors. In this blog, our HVAC experts share a few ways to make your indoor air healthier and safer for your children.

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4 Telltale Signs You Need to Schedule an AC Tune-Up

4 Telltale Signs You Need to Schedule an AC Tune-Up

With scorching summer weather looming, it’s crucial for your air conditioning system to be in top condition in order to take on the heat. The last thing you want is to find yourself waiting for a technician to fix your failing equipment in 80-degree weather.

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3 Tips on Buying a Furnace This Spring

3 Tips on Buying a Furnace This Spring

With the winter season over, you may be thinking about your air conditioning unit and not your furnace. However, spring is the best season to buy a new furnace. With less demand and more options from which to choose, you’ll surely appreciate not joining the furnace-buying rush in the fall. Here Stone Heating and Air …

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Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Get an Oversized AC Unit

Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Get an Oversized AC Unit

When choosing a new air conditioner, you may be thinking about getting a bigger unit to achieve better indoor cooling. However, doing this can actually do more harm than good. In addition to inconsistent comfort, your air conditioner may experience issues that prevent it from performing its best. In this post, Stone Heating and Air …

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