As temperatures fall, the air indoors and outdoors can’t hold as much humidity, creating uncomfortable and sometimes unhealthy conditions indoors. A central humidifier that attaches to your forced-air heating system conveniently supplies the moisture that’s lacking in the air. Although there is some expense associated with this upgrade, the investment will pay for itself in better comfort and health for both you and your home.
Energy costs for heating and cooling a commercial facility represent a large percentage of the annual budget. You can save a significant amount on your regular HVAC costs by understanding how your HVAC system is affecting your energy bill and what you can do to improve the equipment’s efficiency and function. The following information will give you a short introduction to three of the most common factors that influence how your HVAC system affects your energy expenses.