The thermostat is a component of the heating and cooling system that has been overlooked and taken for granted by many homeowners.
As a responsible New Jersey, homeowner, it’s important to take care of your HVAC system.
The National Weather Service is warning about a “dangerous and record-breaking heat wave” that will impact most parts of the Great Plains and Mississippi Valley, as high temperatures continue across many areas of the southwestern U.S. Nearly 35 million people are under excessive heat warnings or heat advisories, the agency says, noting that the “oppressive heat” is expected to continue.
The air in your home is controlled by the HVAC system, which includes the air conditioner and heater.
Maintaining year-round home comfort is about much more than having the best HVAC systems installed in your home.
As Northern New Jersey sees temperatures in the 90s this week, many are already using air conditioning — and counting on it to work. But if your air conditioning goes on the fritz, you might be in trouble.
Smart thermostats are creating quite a buzz with more and more companies creating products that help us to be as green as possible.
As the seasons change, so does the way you use your plumbing. Summer brings a unique set of plumbing problems that are essential to prepare for and combat. The Roman Electric team has assembled this list of common summer plumbing problems that homeowners should know about. Read on to find out more.
The most significant benefit to upgrading your thermostat is the control you gain of the temperature in your home and the overall workings of your HVAC system.
If you notice leaks around your HVAC system, this could indicate other issues like loose connections and faulty seals near your home.