Authors :: Greg Leisgang

With a focus on technology to help improve the HVAC industry, Greg Leisgang has been a leader that has helped “raise the bar” on business processes and services to the betterment of all HVAC dealerships and customers nationwide. His commitment to keep up with the latest information and incorporate the most advanced tools — and his willingness to share it all with others — has earned him recognition and the utmost respect from his peers.

JonLe Heating – Cooling was founded by Greg’s father, John Leisgang, and initially concentrated on the installation of lower-end brand HVAC products in the higher volume Residential New Construction (RNC) market. John felt that the name John Leisgang Heating & Cooling was too long to place on the company trucks and signs, so he named the company JonLe Heating – Cooling.

Greg grew up in the HVAC business working for his father. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Cincinnati in 1975, and after graduation began working fulltime in the family business. He slowly helped turn JonLe from a 100% RNC company to a 50% RNC / 50% Add-On Replacement (AOR) company with a strong sales emphasis on higher-end product offerings. This is when JonLe became associated with HVAC products by Carrier. Greg was also instrumental with growing the service end of the business, as well as streamlining processes and operations.

In 1987, Greg became president of the company. Since that time, JonLe Heating – Cooling has won numerous awards, including ACCA Quality Contractor of the Year in 1993 and the coveted Carrier Distinguished Dealer Award in 1996. One of the key reasons for these awards was Greg’s pioneering use of computers throughout the company. This included everything from dispatching trucks for quicker service response times, to inventorying all products and parts down to the smallest pipe nipple.

Greg has been very active in the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA). He was president of the local Cincinnati chapter in 1990, has served on numerous ACCA task teams, and has been on the National Board of Directors since 1998. He’s held a position on the executive committee since 2000 and was elected the ACCA National 2004-2005 Senior Vice Chairman. He then assumed the top elected position in March of 2005 and currently resides on the board as Past ACCA National Chairman.

Through the years, Greg has been highly involved in many Carrier Corp. leadership roles. He was part of the original Carrier Dealer Advisory Group and has participated on a number of Carrier Product Partners in Development (PID) groups. He has been very influential while working with all past Carrier Corp. presidents since 1987, and has developed close personal relationships with them all.

Greg is highly involved with many charitable organizations in the Greater Cincinnati Area and is an avid supporter of his beloved University of Cincinnati Bearcats and Elder High School Purple Panthers. He may be considered a “gadget-head” to some, and is known to enjoy a competitive round of golf, but it’s his dedication to his wife, love for his “girls” and family, and commitment to the HVAC industry as a whole that set him apart. Greg is the type of dealer – and person – Carrier is proud to showcase with this Dealer Hall of Fame induction.

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Avoid Costly Air Conditioning Service With Professional A/C Maintenance

Posted on June 26, 2014

The heat of a West Chester summer takes a lot out of an air conditioner. By investing in air conditioning service early in the cooling season, you'll gain the peace of mind of knowing your system can handle the hottest weather without springing any costly surprises on you.… read more »

Using Your HVAC System for Summer Energy Savings: 5 Myths You Shouldn’t Fall For

Posted on June 24, 2014

Over time, myths about using HVAC systems have developed. While some are harmless, others can drive up energy costs and cause system problems. Here are five myths you shouldn't fall for this summer.… read more »

How the SEER Helps Knowledgable Homeowners Upgrade an Air Conditioner

Posted on June 19, 2014

A shrewd homeowner approaches a home improvement project as a long-term investment—as an asset rather than a liability. It's wise to have all the facts, such as efficiency ratings and performance features for an air conditioner replacement, so that the asset doesn’t become a liability. Read on to see how SEER factors into your A/C shopping.… read more »

Insulation Isn’t Just for Winter: How This Material Protects and Keeps Air Conditioning Indoors

Posted on June 12, 2014

Adequate insulation will help you rein in air conditioning costs during the cooling season. Insulating products slow heat transfer year-round, most are inexpensive, and last a long time. In the summer, most of the heat gain in your home comes from the attic. Once installed, insulating materials start to work immediately.… read more »

What’s a WiFi Thermostat and Is It Right for Your Home Heating and Cooling Needs?

Posted on June 10, 2014

With the high cost of energy placing a stranglehold on families all across the country, getting your heating and cooling needs under control is a constant worry. If you're the type of homeowner who relishes total control over your comfort level and energy costs, the installation of a WiFi thermostat may be exactly what you need.… read more »

How to Determine Furnace Age

Posted on June 5, 2014

Are you having furnace problems and wondering if it's time to budget for a replacement? The age of a furnace is usually a key indicator that it's ready to retire, but if the unit was in place when you purchased your home, you may not know how old it is. If you can't find a date anywhere on the heater, there are others ways to determine its age.… read more »

Using the Right Settings on That Programmable Thermostat Is the Key to HVAC Effectiveness

Posted on June 3, 2014

A programmable thermostat is one fairly inexpensive device that lets you pare down your energy consumption and reduce monthly utility bills. Learning to use the settings to your advantage is the key to achieving energy and cost savings. The following tips can help you maximize its effectiveness:… read more »

Add Weatherstripping to Your To-Do List to Keep the Air Conditioning Indoors

Posted on May 30, 2014

Energy losses through air leaks can occur rather quickly inside a home, depending on the size and number of air leaks. Leaks are often a primary contributor for hot and cold spots throughout the house, making it difficult to stay comfortable and keep energy dollars from leaving the home. For a simple solution to a very expensive air conditioning and comfort problem, look into weatherstripping for sealing in cool energy savings and comfort.… read more »

Why Homeowners Look for the Energy Star Most Efficient Label When Upgrading HVAC Equipment

Posted on May 29, 2014

Even though you may be dreading the replacement of your HVAC equipment, take solace in knowing that newer equipment is more energy-efficient than ever before. In fact, if you focus on the new Energy Star Most Efficient label, you'll be saving the maximum amount of energy and money for years to come.… read more »

9 Energy-Saving Tips to Keep the HVAC System in Your Cincinnati Home Efficient This Summer

Posted on May 27, 2014

Summertime HVAC costs don't have to be astronomical to keep you comfortable when it's hot and humid outdoors. These tips will help you lower your overall energy bills, including air conditioner usage, without sacrificing comfort or convenience.… read more »

Is the Heat Pump in Your Cincinnati Home Blowing Cold Air? How to Fix This Heating and Air Issue

Posted on May 23, 2014

You made a wise decision to save money, conserve resources and still keep your family toasty warm during heating season with a heat pump for your Sharonville area home. If, though, you feel cold air when the unit is in heating mode, you may feel you've wasted your money. This heating and air problem may be very easily resolved.… read more »

Schedule a Professional Energy Audit to Get a Handle on HVAC Efficiency Before Summer Arrives

Posted on May 21, 2014

Not only is the average modern home built with energy efficiency in mind, today’s HVAC systems are also designed from the ground up to be as energy efficient as possible. But all homes tend to lose their energy efficiency over time, making a professional energy audit a wise decision prior to starting off the summer cooling season.… read more »

Look at Ductwork and Insulation When Deciding Between Air Conditioner Repair or Replacement

Posted on May 19, 2014

When the central air conditioner in your greater Cincinnati area home acts up, you're faced with a dilemma: air conditioner repair or replacement? Several factors contribute to this decision, including the condition of your home’s ductwork, insulation and the age of your current air conditioner.… read more »

Maximize Air Conditioning by Changing the Direction of the Ceiling Fans

Posted on May 13, 2014

Spring is here and summer is going to follow quickly. That means warm air and the need to cool your home. If you have ceiling fans, they can help you maximize your air conditioning by lowering the temperature. However, that will only work if you have the fan going in the right direction.… read more »

HVAC Repair Is Best Handled by a Trustworthy Contractor — Finding the Right Pro for You

Posted on May 8, 2014

Whether you're in need of immediate HVAC repair or want quotes for new HVAC equipment, finding a trustworthy contractor is critical. You need someone who is qualified, reliable and up-to-date with current industry standards in terms of HVAC efficiency, whole-house comfort and indoor air quality.… read more »

Heat Pump Freezing Up? Troubleshooting Tips to Keep Your Heating and Cooling Running

Posted on May 6, 2014

Heat pump issues, such as the coil freezing up, can quickly hamper heating and cooling performance and place strain on other components. If ice accumulation has occurred on the outdoor coil (heating mode) or indoor coil (cooling mode), use these tips to see if you can remedy the problem before calling your trusted HVAC technician.… read more »

Go With HVAC Professionals Who Are Licensed, Bonded and Insured

Posted on May 2, 2014

When the HVAC technician arrives at your West Chester home for a system repair, service or estimate, you should have the reassurance the company represented is honest, professional and possesses long-standing ties to the community. Confirm these attributes by verifying they have proper licensing, bonding and insurance.… read more »

Help Your HVAC System Keep Your Indoor Air Clean With These Tips

Posted on April 30, 2014

If you're like most Americans, you spend up to 90 percent of your time inside, which makes your indoor air quality vitally important to your health. The gases and particles that pollute your air come from a variety of sources, such as fuel combustion from heating equipment and appliances, building materials, insulation, carpeting, furnishings and cleaning and maintenance products. There are, however, some steps you can take to help your HVAC system clean the air in your home, so you'll breathe easier.… read more »

Optimize Heating and Cooling With Regular Heat Pump Maintenance

Posted on April 30, 2014

Springtime is the right time to switch gears from heating to cooling with heat pump preventive maintenance, especially on the heels of the bear winter we experienced in the greater Cincinnati area. Find out how the finer points of regular HVAC service can optimize heating and cooling in your West Chester home for superior comfort and lower energy bills.… read more »

Annual A/C Maintenance Can Help Homeowners Avoid Excessive Air Conditioning Service

Posted on April 28, 2014

How often do you have your A/C checked? If you're following industry recommendations, you'll have an air conditioning service check your system at least once a year. This annual A/C maintenance will help you avoid problems later on.… read more »

Improve Your Home’s Heating and Air by Finding the Right Whole-House Humidifier

Posted on April 25, 2014

During cooler temperatures, the air in your Cincinnati area home can become so dry that it makes your skin crawl. Combat dryness and the stuffy noses, dry skin and static buildup with a whole-house humidifier. Heating and air quality are closely linked. An added benefit of properly humidified air: you'll feel warm at a lower thermostat setting, saving you money on energy bills.… read more »

Air Conditioners Need Replacement on Occasion, But Be Sure to Do Your Homework First

Posted on April 24, 2014

Replacing air conditioners gives homeowners a good opportunity to install a system that will save energy and improve comfort. Choosing a system with the most efficiency your budget can handle and one that's sized exactly for your home will help manage energy costs and lengthen the system's life.… read more »

Heating and Cooling Situations That Can Trigger Your Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Posted on April 21, 2014

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a killer at certain concentrations. By interfering with your body's ability to carry oxygen, the colorless, odorless gas can lead to serious trouble, including brain damage and death. But it's also a natural by-product of all forms of combustion, including the combustion taking place in a gas furnace, which is why furnace maintenance and CO detectors are so important to your home health. And if your CO detector goes off, it could point to a serious issue with your HVAC system.… read more »

HVAC System Maintenance Includes Routine Air Filter Replacement — Here’s Why

Posted on April 17, 2014

HVAC manufacturers recommend air filter replacement as a regularly scheduled activity. Heating and air conditioning technicians make the same recommendation. But why is it so important?… read more »

How Long Will Your Home Furnace Last? Here’s Help Estimating

Posted on April 15, 2014

The furnace warming your Cincinnati area home won't last forever. Nobody has a crystal ball, but a strategy to deal with the inevitable will make its end more bearable and your home more comfortable.… read more »

Applying Caulk the Right Way to Seal Air Leaks and Improve Heating and Air Efficiency

Posted on March 28, 2014

You may be surprised to learn that air leaks in your home lead to a sizable increase in your energy usage each month. If you're looking for ways to improve your heating and air efficiency, sealing these leaks is absolutely essential.… read more »

Air Cleaner Features That Impact Which Unit Is Right for Your Home’s Needs

Posted on March 27, 2014

For many people who suffer from allergies, own pets, do crafts such as woodworking in their home, or who just want to improve their home's indoor air quality, air purifiers and air cleaners are powerful tools. But if you're in the market for an air quality appliance, selecting the right one can be a daunting task.… read more »

HVAC Tips: Understanding the Difference Between a Humidifier and Dehumidifier

Posted on March 26, 2014

You may have heard about or have had to use a dehumidifier or a humidifier. You may also be aware that humidity is one of the factors determining how livable an area is. But how do these appliances work together with your HVAC system to keep you and your home comfortable?… read more »

Control Heating and Air Conditioning in Your Ohio Home With a Programmable Thermostat

Posted on March 25, 2014

Most Cincinnati area homeowners know by now the great benefits of a programmable thermostat for improving heating and air conditioning efficiency. But the same technology that helps your furnace or boiler keep your family warm can also help with cooling costs.… read more »

5 Ways You Can Cut HVAC Energy Costs Throughout Your Cincinnati Home

Posted on March 24, 2014

The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in the typical Cincinnati home account for the largest share of energy expenses -- as much as 60 percent -- according to the federal Energy Star program. The good news is that there are plenty of simple ways you can cut the high cost of heating and cooling. Here are some tips on how to do it.… read more »

Duct Inspection and HVAC Repair: Are These Signs Present in Your Ohio Home?

Posted on March 21, 2014

Duct inspections are an important part of your annual home maintenance and HVAC repair schedules. Leaky, uninsulated, disconnected or obstructed ducts will significantly reduce the energy efficiency of your HVAC system and can compromise whole-house comfort and indoor air quality. If you like DIY projects, make it a point to inspect your ductwork annually. If not, hire a licensed HVAC technician to do it for you.… read more »

6 Reasons to Consider an Annual Service Agreement for Your HVAC System

Posted on March 20, 2014

Although you probably don't think about your HVAC system other than when you need to turn it on, you likely count on it to keep your home feeling comfortable throughout the year. If your system isn't well taken care of, the risk of a break down in the middle of a bone-chilling storm or a scorching hot day is greatly increased.… read more »

How Old Is Your Ohio Home’s Furnace? Here’s How to Determine Its Age

Posted on March 12, 2014

No furnace lasts forever. As time passes, the heat transfer process becomes less efficient, energy consumption increases and operating costs rise. Knowing the age of your heating system is helpful if you’re considering upgrading to a new higher-efficiency model or if you’re faced with expensive malfunctions and need to make a “repair or replace” decision. The average service life expectancy of a gas-fired furnace is 16 to 20 years.… read more »

Mold and Mildew Issues Impact Indoor Air Quality in the Winter, and Here’s Why

Posted on March 10, 2014

Around the Blue Ash area, maintaining good indoor air quality requires a year-round effort. That's because it's not just warm-weather grasses and flowering trees that produce allergens. Winter mold growth poses a hidden threat right in your own home.… read more »

Supplemental Furnace Equipment That Can Make Your Heating System More Efficient

Posted on March 7, 2014

If you've been considering an upgrade to your furnace or simply looking for ways to make your current unit more efficient, you also need to concentrate on supplemental equipment to help achieve your goals. If utilized properly, supplemental equipment can have a lasting, positive effect on your home's efficiency.… read more »

Serious Signs That Furnace Replacement Is on the Horizon for Your West Chester Home

Posted on March 5, 2014

The average furnace life span ranges from 15 to 25 years, depending on the quality of the equipment, usage history and whether or not it was professionally maintained on a consistent basis. If your furnace is coming up on the 15-year mark, you may want to consider researching your replacement options. An energy efficient replacement will pay for itself in a matter of years.… read more »

Keep Heating and Cooling in Your West Chester Home by Sealing Air Leaks Tight

Posted on March 3, 2014

The heating and cooling that occurs in your home relies on a variety of factors. One such factor is avoiding too many air leaks that allow conditioned air to escape. If your home is experiencing leakage -- and it'd be a safe bet to assume this is the case -- then it's important that you tackle the problem sooner rather than later to improve your home's energy efficiency.… read more »

Frozen Heat Pump? Reasons Why It Happens and How to Prevent It

Posted on February 28, 2014

It can be a baffling and unpleasant predicament to see the heat pump of your West Chester home encased in ice. Before you start chipping away at the ice, learn the common reasons why it happens and what to do, or take steps to prevent it from happening in the first place.… read more »

Keep Your Green Hills Home Efficient to Maximize Furnace AFUE

Posted on February 27, 2014

The following are steps you can take to keep your Green Hills home efficient and maximize furnace AFUE.… read more »

Forced Air Furnaces: They're Popular for a Reason

Posted on February 26, 2014

A forced air furnace possesses many features that makes it superior, and the fact it can quickly heat an entire home is just one.… read more »

Troubleshooting Furnace Ignition Problems in Your Blue Ash Home

Posted on February 25, 2014

Even the most high-quality and well-maintained furnaces encounter occasional problems. One of the most typical issues occurs when there are furnace ignition problems.… read more »

Is Your Furnace Blowing Cold Air? Don't Panic

Posted on February 24, 2014

The following are typical issues that cause a furnace to blow cold air.… read more »

Furnace Life Span Depends on System Care

Posted on February 21, 2014

You may have heard that Energy Star furnaces are built to last between 15 and 20 years. But it's understandable that, as an Ohioan, you might be a bit dubious of that assertion, given the workout your furnace endures during even a “normal” Midwestern winter.… read more »

Prevent Heat Loss in Your Forest Park Home and Give Your Furnace a Boost

Posted on February 20, 2014

Whether the furnace in your Forest Park home is an older model or a new high-efficiency unit, air leaks in your home and air flow problems in the ductwork can combine to increase the cost of heating over the winter.… read more »

When Ducts Age, Heating and Cooling Efficiency Can Suffer

Posted on February 19, 2014

After you have tightened up your home by adding insulation and caulking around doors and windows, one of the best ways to save energy is to make sure your ductwork is in good shape.… read more »

Taking a Late Winter Vacation? Secure Your Home and Your HVAC System

Posted on February 18, 2014

Winter is a great time to take a vacation, but before doing so, tend to your HVAC system and other critical components of your home before you leave.… read more »

Supplement Your HVAC System With Humidification: The Benefits

Posted on February 17, 2014

Unless you have a small home, a central humidifier that works with your HVAC system is the simplest and most efficient way to manage indoor humidity.… read more »

5 Benefits a Condensing Boiler Can Offer Your Hamilton Area Home

Posted on February 14, 2014

Condensing boilers are alternatives to traditional water heaters that can provide greater efficiency and potential cost savings while taking up less space and having little environmental impact.… read more »

Prevent Unnecessary HVAC Repair With a Maintenance Agreement

Posted on February 13, 2014

Maintenance agreements are a cost effective way to to prevent unnecessary HVAC repair and extend the lifetime of your system.… read more »

Cold Maineville Weather Increases HVAC Needs -- How a Hybrid Heat Dual Fuel System Helps

Posted on December 26, 2013

If you've been unhappy or disappointed in your furnace's performance in the past, you may want to consider using a dual fuel system this winter. With a dual fuel system supplementing your HVAC system, Maineville may not feel so cold this winter.… read more »

Furnaces Dry Out the Air, so Consider a Whole-House Humidifier for Your Fairfield Home

Posted on December 24, 2013

Winter doesn't just bring cold air. It also brings dry air, which can lead to sinus issues, allergy problems and nose bleeds, as well as encourage the spread of illnesses. Dry air can also make your furnace less efficient. For those looking to crack down on dry air and improve the furnace efficiency, Fairfield homeowners may want to consider a whole-house humidifier, which offers a number of appealing benefits:… read more »

Morrow Heating and Cooling Made Easier With Advanced Heat Pump Features

Posted on December 19, 2013

A heat pump, which transfers heat from cool areas to warm areas, is one way to achieve greater efficiency. Since the heat pump is only transferring heat rather than generating it, the pump can provide up to four times more energy than it uses.… read more »

Protect Your Heat Pump or Air Conditioner From Copper Theft This Winter

Posted on December 17, 2013

When it comes to the theft of your outside heat pump or air conditioner, Lebanon homeowners might be surprised at just how fast the action can be. Thieves will back their pick up or van to the outdoor unit, cut the attaching tubing and wiring, load the unit into their vehicle and quickly drive away. To avoid becoming the next target, consider the following precautionary measures:… read more »

Shopping for a New Heating and Cooling Upgrade? Heat Pump Pros and Cons

Posted on December 12, 2013

If you're looking to upgrade your home's heating and cooling, it's worth it to take a look at heat pumps. They're unique in that they're the only option that can provide for both the heating and cooling needs as a single system.… read more »

Keep Your Landen Heating and Air Conditioning Costs Down With These 10 Tips

Posted on December 11, 2013

In the city of Landen, heating and air conditioning savings are possible if you know where you can cut corners to conserve energy. To get started bringing utility costs down, we've compiled 10 easy-to-follow tips:… read more »

Montgomery Heating and Air Conditioning Is Maximized With the Right Programmable Thermostat

Posted on December 5, 2013

Homeowners are constantly looking for ways to control heating and cooling bills. Using a programmable thermostat to better control your home's temperature will make energy savings easier a more attainable goal.… read more »

Why Using the Right MERV Ratings on HVAC Filters Matters to Your West Chester Home

Posted on December 3, 2013

Forced-air heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems include an air filter to protect system components from airborne particles and improve the air quality of the spaces they serve. There are a range of air filters available that differ in how efficiently they filter out particles from the air… read more »

Allergy-Proof Your Middletown Home to Prevent the Spread of Irritants by Your HVAC System

Posted on November 29, 2013

Keeping your air clean is essential to good health, especially if you suffer from allergies. This room-by-room guide will help you allergy-proof your home so you can breathe easier.… read more »

How a Modulating Furnace Works to Keep Waynesville Homes Toasty Warm

Posted on November 26, 2013

When comparing makes and models to upgrade a furnace, Waynesville residents should consider a modulating furnace for both energy-efficiency and indoor comfort. Here’s why:… read more »

Whole-House Ventilation Is Important But Often Overlooked in West Chester Homes

Posted on November 21, 2013

In combination with your HVAC equipment, a whole-house ventilation system improves indoor air quality throughout your home. The four most common types of whole-house ventilation systems are:… read more »

Adding an Air Cleaner to Your HVAC System Improves Indoor Air Quality in Your Franklin Home

Posted on November 19, 2013

Indoor air cleaners can help improve your Franklin home's indoor air quality and reduce your exposure to indoor air pollutants.… read more »

AFUE Efficiency Ratings -- What the numbers Mean to Your Springboro Home Comfort

Posted on November 14, 2013

You can help significantly reduce those monthly expenses by using an energy-efficient furnace; Springboro winters can be harsh, so any savings during the gift-giving season are usually welcome. To ensure you get the most bang for your buck from your furnace, find out about what to look out for.… read more »

In the Market for HVAC Repair? What to Look For in an HVAC Professional

Posted on November 12, 2013

Home maintenance is a never-ending cycle of changing bulbs, freshening paint and cleaning gutters, and while you may be willing to take on most jobs yourself, some are best left to the experts. When it comes time for HVAC repair in Liberty Township, there's a long list of contractors to choose from, so how do you know which one to hire?… read more »

Has Your Carbon Monoxide Detector Sounded? Furnace Repair Might Be Necessary

Posted on November 7, 2013

You rely on carbon monoxide detectors to keep your family safe year-round, but they are especially important in the winter when you run combustion appliances with windows and doors tightly shut. Here’s more of what you need to know about carbon monoxide leaks in your Springdale home and how they relate to furnace repair and maintenance.… read more »

Heating and Cooling 101: How to Replace Your Heat Pump Air Filter

Posted on November 5, 2013

Heating and cooling in Oregonia area homes account for about 50 percent of a homeowner's utility bill. Your heat pump's air filter goes a long way toward keeping your heating and cooling costs in check, improving your home's indoor air quality and preventing system failure.… read more »

3 Reasons to Consider a Variable Speed Furnace for Your West Chester Home

Posted on November 4, 2013

If your furnace barely made it through last season, you’ve had months to research and prepare to invest in a new furnace. If you’ve considering various features but haven’t settled on a variable speed furnace for your West Chester home, consider everything it has to offer.… read more »

Trust Your Sharonville Heating and Air Conditioning Needs to NATE-Certified Experts

Posted on October 30, 2013

Much of your comfort at home depends on your heating and air conditioning system. To maintain that comfort, it's wise to allow only highly skilled, experienced technicians to care for the system in your Sharonville home. Looking for NATE certification is one easy way to find those technicians.… read more »

Keep in Heating and Air Conditioning in Your Mason Home -- How Caulk Can Help

Posted on October 28, 2013

No matter how efficient your heating and air conditioning system, it can't keep you comfortable if your home is riddled with air leaks. In a leaky home, Mason's cold winters and hot, humid summers rapidly draw out conditioned air and let in outdoor air. Air sealing your home with caulk and weatherstripping helps prevent this. In some older homes, air sealing could reduce your heating and air conditioning bills by up to 20 percent.… read more »

Heating and Air Fact or Fiction?: Closing Your Air Vents Improves HVAC Efficiency in Your Hamilton Home

Posted on October 23, 2013

Historically, homeowners closed off areas of their homes for heating and air conditioning efficiency. Hamilton homeowners are finding that while that may have been a good practice when wood stoves were used, it is not ideal for many homes today.… read more »

South Lebanon Homeowners Can Ward Off Furnace Repair With a Professional Inspection

Posted on October 21, 2013

On a snowy South Lebanon winter night, the last thing you want is a furnace breakdown. Getting your heating system checked before winter arrives helps keep it running reliably so you can avoid breakdowns and high furnace repair bills. Thorough, professional furnace inspections offer multiple benefits.… read more »

Should You Switch to a Heat Pump for Your Springdale Area Home?

Posted on October 14, 2013

When it comes time to replace your worn out furnace and air conditioner, it can be stressful to decide on the right replacement. There are many heating and cooling options on the market today. You could always have your old furnace and air conditioning unit replaced with an exact replication. However, if you want to find a more long-term, cost-effective and energy-efficient option for your Springdale household, you might consider making the switch to a heat pump.… read more »

8 Cost-Effective Ways to Reduce Heating and Cooling Costs in Your Monroe Home

Posted on October 9, 2013

Nearly 50 percent of your annual utility bill is spent heating and cooling your Monroe home. You can save a considerable amount of money this year with these tips designed to lower your energy consumption and improve the energy efficiency of your home.… read more »

Humidity: Strike a Balance for Comfort in Your Springboro Home Year-Round

Posted on October 7, 2013

When the local forecast calls for high humidity levels in the Springboro area, it's time to take action. We all know what high humidity feels like, and many homes don't have proper insulation against it, nor are they equipped with vapor barriers. However, homeowners should also be conscious of having indoor air that's too dry, which usually happens in the cold winter weather. The bottom line: Proper home humidity levels are essential for year-round comfort.… read more »

Buying a Furnace for Your Franklin Home This Year? Do Your Homework Ahead of Time

Posted on October 2, 2013

A new furnace isn't a purchase you make every day, or even every year for that matter. In fact, it’s probably been a decade or more since you’ve been furnace shopping for your Franklin OH home. Here’s a little homework you can do ahead of time to help the purchasing process go smoothly.… read more »

Knock Out This Fall Home Heating Checklist so You're Ready for the Springboro Cold

Posted on September 25, 2013

As the weather starts to turn chilly in Cincinnati and Springboro, several aspects of your home heating system deserve your attention before you can expect efficient performance all season long. Check the following items off your home heating checklist so you’re ready for the cold.… read more »

End-of-Season Air Conditioner Care: Button Up the System as Cold Weather Approaches Fairfield

Posted on September 23, 2013

With summer just a memory and the colder months of winter waiting just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about winterizing your air conditioner. While temperatures might not be pleasant enough in Fairfield, OH just yet to completely shut down your A/C system, it’s a good idea to start planning the steps you'll take to ensure that your air conditioner is in great shape when the weather starts warming up again next spring.… read more »

Seal Air Leaks in Your Cincinnati Home and Give Your HVAC System an Assist

Posted on September 18, 2013

Air leaks throughout your Cincinnati area home are the definition of money for nothing. You've paid to heat or cool the air using your HVAC system, but if you have air leaks, you won't enjoy the benefits of a comfortable home even though you're paying for them. Taking action to seal air leaks in your home is the only way to solve this problem. Here are some tips to get you started.… read more »

Teach Kids About HVAC and Energy Savings to Develop Good Habits Early

Posted on September 16, 2013

Conserving energy here in West Chester is a household responsibility. If you want to do it right, you have to involve the whole household. Since everyone from adults to small children use appliances and equipment that consume energy, making sure everyone is working together can really pay off. Not only will you save energy and money on your utility bills, but you'll also be teaching your kids an excellent lesson that will follow them wherever they go.… read more »

Care for CO Detectors and Smoke Alarms: They're On the Job for You

Posted on September 11, 2013

Two of the most prominent dangers in any home are smoke and carbon monoxide (CO). In order to protect yourself and your family, you need to install and maintain CO detectors and smoke alarms. Both of these products continuously scan the air in your house to detect if there is any smoke or CO present; if so, they will sound a blaring alarm. However, they can only do this when operating correctly, which means you must take care of them.… read more »

A Programmable Thermostat Helps Schedule Comfort Along With Savings

Posted on September 9, 2013

Using a programmable thermostat is an easy way to lower your summer utility bill. These thermostats allow for several different temperature settings throughout the day, so you can set it to keep your home warmer when it’s unoccupied for reduced energy consumption. Most also allow separate schedules for weekdays and weekends. If it’s common for your house to be empty at least four hours at a time, you should consider installing a programmable thermostat. You can save 5 to 15 percent on annual energy costs by using one.… read more »

Duct Sealing Helps Keep the Cool Air Flowing All Summer Long

Posted on September 4, 2013

In all likelihood, you wouldn’t try to sip through a straw with a hole in it. Your cold drink would spill right through the hole. But that’s exactly what happens if there are holes or cracks in your ducts: The cool air spills right through, which is why duct sealing is the obvious remedy.… read more »

Does the Heat Pump Cooling System in Your Cincinnati Home Need Attention?

Posted on September 2, 2013

A heat pump cooling system works much like a standard air conditioner. But, unlike an A/C, heat pumps can reverse the direction of coolant to cool or heat your home. In the summer, heat pumps move warm air out of the house to cool it and in the winter, they reverse the process.… read more »

A Clean Air Filter Can Give Your A/C an Efficiency Boost

Posted on August 28, 2013

One of the most important yet frequently overlooked steps to ensure the economy, efficiency and longevity of your home's HVAC system is conducting proper air filter maintenance. Making sure that you regularly provide a correctly sized, clean air filter for your heating and cooling equipment will go a long way toward boosting your system's effectiveness, as well as maintaining your home's indoor air quality.… read more »

Tips to Keep a High Efficiency A/C Operating at its Best

Posted on August 12, 2013

Keeping your high efficiency A/C performing at its best requires attention throughout the summer from you and a licensed HVAC contractor. These systems earn their ratings under ideal testing conditions. Replicating that environment for your own air conditioner involves four steps.… read more »

The Heat Pump Balance Point -- What It Is and Why It Matters

Posted on August 7, 2013

Much of the terminology used in the HVAC industry is misunderstood by Cincinnati homeowners and many heat pump repairmen. It all has meaning and importance. Understanding your heat pump balance point helps you choose the best system and be better prepared for extreme weather.… read more »

Improve Indoor Air Quality to Make Home a Haven When Summer's at its Hottest

Posted on August 5, 2013

Improving the indoor air quality in your West Chester area home is essential for good health. The EPA has identified indoor air in the typical home as one of the top five environmental hazards. Gaseous and particulate pollutants in your home can exacerbate allergy and asthma symptoms, and can cause a number of health problems later on. Three ways to improve your indoor air quality include source control, air cleaning technologies and optimum ventilation in the home.… read more »

Not Using That Whole-House Humidifier This Summer? How to Close It Properly

Posted on July 31, 2013

During the humid cooling months, it makes sense to close down your whole-house humidifier. It also gives you an opportunity to inspect your system for wear and ensure that your humidifier is in good shape for the coming Cincinnati winter.… read more »

Your Heat Pump Cools Your Home Efficiently If It's Sized Correctly

Posted on July 29, 2013

Having a heat pump installed in your West Chester area home is an efficient and economical way to provide both heating and cooling to your indoor environment. Through the use of a built-in reversing valve, heat pumps are unique in their ability to heat or cool an interior space, taking the place of a furnace during the winter season and an air conditioner during summer.… read more »

When Your HVAC Tech Arrives for A/C Preventive Maintenance, Here's What to Expect

Posted on July 24, 2013

A/C preventive maintenance helps tackle future problems with your air conditioner head on and reduces unplanned expenses. When your HVAC contractor visits your home to perform your system’s annual checkup, he or she has many areas to address to ensure that you'll cash in on the benefits of system maintenance.… read more »

Add the Right Programmable Thermostat to Your System -- Your Options

Posted on July 22, 2013

Adding a programmable thermostat allows Cincinnati area homeowners better control over their comfort level and can reduce home energy consumption if used correctly. But which one is the right one for your needs?… read more »

West Chester Area Homes Can Benefit From This Advanced A/C Technology

Posted on July 15, 2013

What type of advanced A/C technology do you look for in a new air conditioning system? The feature that should top your list is a high seasonal energy efficiency ratio, or SEER. This rating indicates how efficient an air conditioner is at removing heat from your home. Look for 15 SEER or higher for the best energy efficiency possible.… read more »

Minimize A/C Usage in Your Cincinnati Home With These Energy-Saving Tips

Posted on July 3, 2013

This summer, cooling your home in the most energy-conscious manner should be on the top of your list. The best way to keep your energy bills low is to minimize A/C usage. The summer months can be scorching in your Cincinnati area home, so how can you keep cool while giving the air conditioning a break?… read more »

HEPA Filtration Offers Extreme Air Quality for Ohioans in Need

Posted on July 1, 2013

If you suffer from allergies or asthma, you know how important it is to maintain your home's indoor air quality. When the pollen count's high, your home may be the only place where you can find solace from the itchy eyes or constant sneezing triggered by the outdoors. There are many types of air filters available, but if you want the top of the line, there's HEPA filtration.… read more »

Caring for Your Air Conditioner: Compressors 101

Posted on June 26, 2013

Caring for your air conditioner is one of the tasks Cincinnati area homeowners should keep up with, because without regular care, your A/C can fail.… read more »

Keep the Energy Costs Down in Your Cincinnati Home With These Simple Tasks

Posted on June 24, 2013

Temperatures will soar in Cincinnati this summer, and it's a good idea to reevaluate the cost to efficiently cool your home. In addition to dispelling myths about energy savings, you should remember that about half the energy you use in your home is dedicated to keeping it cool. You can cut your energy costs and stay cool with some simple tasks that you can do yourself.… read more »

A/C Replacement Coming Soon? Do Your Homework Now

Posted on June 17, 2013

Summer in Cincinnati is arriving; is your A/C on its way out? Picking an A/C replacement can be a difficult decision. If your air conditioner isn't performing as effectively as it has in years past, now's the time to do your homework before you choose a replacement.… read more »

Replacing Your Air Conditioner? Take Advantage of Energy Tax Credits

Posted on June 5, 2013

Are you considering buying a new air conditioner? In early 2013, the federal government made upgrading your HVAC system more appealing with the extension of 25C tax credits for highly-efficient water heating and HVAC equipment, including newly installed air conditioning units.… read more »

Keep Your Cincinnati Home Running Smoothly -- Identify Common A/C Problems

Posted on June 3, 2013

Regardless of the age of the air conditioner in your West Chester area home, you may experience problems with your system this summer, especially if you haven't scheduled preventive maintenance at the beginning of each cooling season. Here are some of the most common A/C problems.… read more »

Use Your Programmable Thermostat for Saving Energy in Cincinnati, Ohio

Posted on May 27, 2013

Using your programmable thermostat effectively can reduce your home energy consumption and lower your Cincinnati utility bill. By programming your thermostat to automatically adjust your heating and air conditioning settings to fit your family's normal schedule, you won't have to remember to adjust the thermostat every time you leave the house or return home. Your thermostat will turn your HVAC systems off and on for you, so that your house will be at the right temperature every morning when you get up and every evening when you get home from work.… read more »

Living In Greater Cincinnati: Choose an A/C Filter that Balances Airflow With MERV

Posted on May 22, 2013

When you choose an A/C filter, it's important to understand both the numerical rating (MERV) for the filter and your home unit's airflow capacity.… read more »

Prepping Your Air Conditioner for a Cincinnati Summer

Posted on May 20, 2013

Springtime is the right time for prepping your air conditioner for summer in Cincinnati. You’ll be ready for any early hot spells and you’ll beat the rush for summer air conditioner service. Get your air conditioner ready by adding "check A/C" to your springtime to-do list, and follow this simple guide to home comfort and cool savings.… read more »

One of the Perks of Replacing Your Air Conditioner? A New Warranty

Posted on May 13, 2013

Replacing your air conditioner can be a pretty big decision, but often a necessary one. If you've had your air conditioner for 10 years or more, it might be time to invest in a new one — and one major benefit: a new warranty.… read more »

Before the Cooling Season Starts, Schedule Maintenance for Your Heat Pump

Posted on April 24, 2013

Cincinnati heating and cooling professionals get a lot of calls in the summer months for cooling systems that develop problems during heavy use in hot weather, so it's best to schedule maintenance for your heat pump during the spring. Making sure your heat pump is well maintained will lessen the chance it will break during its frequent use in the heat of the summer.… read more »

First Step in Air Conditioner Replacement: A Load Calculation

Posted on April 22, 2013

The first step in replacing your central air conditioner should always be a load calculation. The calculation determines the precise size for the A/C equipment and it takes into account many variables about your home's ability to resist heat gain.… read more »

Need to Schedule a Duct Cleaning for your Cincinnati Home?

Posted on April 17, 2013

If you're ready to schedule duct cleaning for your Bulter County, Greater Cincinnati area residence, you may be wondering what to expect from the appointment. In order to clean out your ductwork, experts use various tools that help remove debris, dander, dust and other particles that may contaminate your air or reduce the amount of air flowing through your ducts.… read more »

Replacing your Cincinnati Air Conditioner: What's Involved

Posted on April 15, 2013

While the idea of air conditioner replacement might seem like a simple task when you're working with nothing but a wall unit, central HVAC units that provide both heating and cooling measures for your entire home require a bit more research and investment.… read more »

3 Cincinnati Furnace Problems to Tend to Immediately

Posted on April 3, 2013

You may not give your furnace much thought when it’s performing well, but it will force you to take notice when it’s not. Most repairs can be avoided through annual preventive maintenance and regular filter changes, but when furnace problems do arise, it’s important to call for service to avoid being left out in the cold. Here are three furnace problems that may arise in your West Chester home during heating season.… read more »

5 Boiler Problems Greater Cincinnati Homeowners Should Watch For

Posted on March 27, 2013

As a Butler County, Greater Cincinnati area homeowner, your boiler is one of the most important appliances in your home. When the cold weather rolls in, your boiler kicks into overdrive to keep your home warm and comfortable. With this machine's hefty workload, it's not surprising that homeowners experience boiler problems from time to time. By keeping a watchful eye and keeping up with preventive maintenance, you can detect issues early on and call an expert before the problem grows larger and becomes more costly to fix.… read more »

When Your Cincinnati Heat Pump Freezes, Don't Hesitate to Get Expert Help

Posted on March 25, 2013

During Cincinnati's winter months, your heat pump is susceptible to freezing. It isn't unusual for your heat pump's coil to ice up in cold weather, but most of the time the system's defrost cycle will be able to handle this ice and keep things running. However, when your heat pump freezes and the defrost cycle isn't working or is ineffective, you'll need to contact a professional heating and cooling contractor.… read more »

Caring for a Furnace Sidewall Vent: 3 Tips

Posted on March 18, 2013

New high-efficiency furnaces can save you up to 30 percent on your winter heating bills, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. However, these new heating systems have somewhat different maintenance needs than a traditional furnace. Sure, you still have to change the filter monthly in the winter and have your furnace serviced once a year, but you also need to care for your furnace sidewall vent.… read more »

Save Energy in Cincinnati When Running a Heat Pump

Posted on March 13, 2013

If you're a homeowner in Buter County or the Greater Cincinnati area and want to save energy costs during the colder months, you should have an understanding of the relationship between temperature and balance point as it applies to your heat pump.… read more »

Understanding How a Whole-House Humidifier Works

Posted on March 6, 2013

A whole-house humidifier is a simple yet effective tool that leverages gravity and water evaporation to simultaneously provide supreme home comfort, protect property and possessions, and even ward off viral infections by optimally humidifying indoor air during the cold, dry months. Understanding how a whole-house humidifier works can enable you to reap all these benefits in your Cincinnati area home.… read more »

Condensing Furnaces Increase Home Safety in Cincinnati

Posted on February 25, 2013

Most Cincinnati homeowners know how deadly carbon monoxide can be, but did you know that an old furnace may well be leaking all kinds of poisonous gases into your home? If you're in the market for a replacement furnace, look into a condensing furnace, which offers greater efficiency and increased home safety.… read more »

Get More Out of Your Cincinnati Furnace with Regular Filter Changes

Posted on February 13, 2013

During Cincinnati's winter season, most people rely on furnaces to keep them warm. Taking proper care of that important piece of equipment should be high on a homeowner's to-do list, which includes regular filter changes.… read more »

Notice These Furnace Smells? Don't Let Them Go Unchecked

Posted on February 6, 2013

Under ideal conditions, your Cincinnati furnace doesn’t require much attention. There are situations however, that warrant a call for service, such as unusual furnace smells. While these smells may not cause your unit to malfunction, they could be hazardous. If you notice any of the odors listed below, don’t let them go unchecked.… read more »

Living In Cincinnati: Choosing Advanced Heat Pump Features

Posted on February 4, 2013

A heat pump is an ideal means of delivering warm temperatures to your Cincinnati home during a mild winter. If you are shopping for a new heat pump, there are certain considerations that you must take into account to get the best system.… read more »

Furnace Filter Basics: Learn What You Need to Know About This Nifty Device

Posted on January 30, 2013

Checking and replacing the air filter in your furnace is a very simple task, but the benefits cannot be overstated. The air in your Cincinnati home contains particles including dust, bacteria, viruses, mold and pollen. Your air filter traps many of these particles, keeping your family healthier and helping to reduce allergies and asthma flare-ups. The filter also protects your furnace against dust buildup, which can damage your fan and heat exchanger and result in expensive repair bills. A clean filter will keep your system operating efficiently and keep your energy bills in check. These furnace filter basics will help you maintain good indoor air quality and protect your furnace from damage.… read more »

Why Dual-Fuel Heating Works in Greater Cincinnati Homes

Posted on January 28, 2013

Dual-fuel heating is a relatively new approach to conditioning homes in Cincinnati. It employs all of the energy efficiency of a heat pump and switches to a gas furnace when temperatures fall into the 30s or lower. This kind of system lets you extract the heat in the air using the heat pump and only uses fuel when the outdoor temperatures don't have enough heat to warm your home efficiently.… read more »

Change The Furnace Filter Regularly This Season To Maximize Efficiency

Posted on January 21, 2013

If you own a furnace, you’ve no doubt heard the advice: Change the furnace filter regularly, especially during the winter. Whether you heed this sound advice is another matter, so consider this dire but honest warning: The last thing you want to happen is for your furnace to shut down in the middle of a frigid Cincinnati winter. And that’s exactly what your furnace could do if the filter is choked with so much dust and debris that it stalls the motor.… read more »

Selecting Heat Pump Features That Boost Return

Posted on January 3, 2013

For homeowners in Butler County and Greater Cincinnati, selecting heat pump features that offer the most bang for your buck makes for a quicker return on investment, enhances home comfort, and provides efficient heating when the mercury dips below freezing.… read more »

Using Ceiling Fans During Cincinnati Winters To Promote A Comfortable Home

Posted on December 31, 2012

If you want to take a bite out of your heating bill, consider using ceiling fans to help recirculate the heated air that naturally rises to the ceiling.… read more »

Choosing An HVAC Contractor To Install A Furnace in Butler County or Greater Cincinnati? Here's What Should Be Done

Posted on December 27, 2012

When you're getting a new furnace, one of the most important steps in the process involves choosing an HVAC contractor to help you find the right system. When you're interviewing contractors, use these guidelines to decide which contractor will provide the best advice and installation.… read more »

When You're Running A Gas Furnace, Safety Is A Must

Posted on December 24, 2012

Operating a gas furnace in your Butler County or Greater Cincinnati home is one of the safest and most efficient ways to heat your home. However, any time equipment burns combustible fuel inside the home, there are certain safety precautions that should be taken. Follow these tips to ensure gas furnace safety.… read more »

Get Your Butler County or Greater Cincinnati Home Ready For Winter

Posted on December 19, 2012

If you live in Butler County or Greater Cincinnati, it's necessary to prepare for what is most commonly a blistering winter. But, how can you know if your home is ready for winter? A couple of hours spent winterizing your home can actually save you from uncomfortably chilly nights, ensure that your HVAC unit is running efficiently and smoothly and prevent unnecessary spending on energy expenses.… read more »

3 Alternative Heating System Options for your Butler County or Greater Cincinnati area home

Posted on December 17, 2012

As you evaluate the effectiveness of your current heating system, it might be time to consider some new, alternative heating system options -- especially if your existing heating system is on its last legs -- that will keep you warm and comfortable, and reduce energy costs.… read more »

Lower Heating Costs in Butler County and Greater Cincinnati This Year With A Comprehensive Plan

Posted on December 12, 2012

Don't let the high costs of energy in Butler County and Greater Cincinnati put a stranglehold on your budget. The time is now to lower your heating costs this year with a comprehensive plan of attack.… read more »

The Quality Of Your Furnace Filter Matters: Here's How To Select One

Posted on December 10, 2012

A furnace filter is essential to protect both your furnace and the condition of your home's air. Quality is important, as a good furnace filter can serve to preserve the life of your furnace and cut down on Cincinnati's allergy problems or illnesses within the home.… read more »

Buying A Boiler? Here's A Handy, Simple Guide To Maximize The Return

Posted on December 5, 2012

Was your Butler County or Greater Cincinnati area home's boiler on the fritz at the end of the last heating season? Now is the time to start planning on buying a boiler to ensure efficient, lasting heat over the winter season. By following these three easy steps to buying a boiler, you can upgrade your home's heating system with confidence and ease.… read more »

Furnace Features Butler County and Greater Cincinnati Homeowners Shouldn't Ignore

Posted on December 3, 2012

If you are shopping for a new furnace for your Butler County or Greater Cincinnati area home, you understand how much heating systems have changed since you bought your last unit. Today's furnaces have an array of bells and whistles that make them significantly more efficient than the unit that has been heating your home until now.… read more »

Replace Your Furnace When It Shows These 4 Signs

Posted on November 28, 2012

Living in Cincinnati, it’s easy to forget about your furnace when it’s functioning properly. But when your furnace starts giving you headaches, it's probably smart to consider a replacement. Here are four telltale signs that it's time to start thinking about getting a new furnace.… read more »

Energy Savings Myths: Don't Let Bad Advice Increase Energy Consumption

Posted on November 26, 2012

If you're trying to conserve energy in your Butler County or Greater Cincinnati area home, it pays to know the difference between energy-savings myths and energy-savings facts. There's a lot of misinformation out there. Save yourself time and money by discarding these energy myths.… read more »

Find Out Why Furnace Tune-Ups Are Invaluable

Posted on November 21, 2012

It’s that grit-your-teeth-and-bear-it moment of truth during a furnace tune-up: Just tell me if anything is wrong with my furnace. But as uncomfortable as this moment may be, it is far less painful than the alternative: a full-fledged furnace breakdown and an astronomical repair bill. This is one reason furnace tune-ups are invaluable. They bring minor problems to light so they can be fixed at little cost -- before they balloon into bigger problems.… read more »

Evaluate Your Attic Ventilation System To Ensure Optimal Results

Posted on November 19, 2012

We've discussed the importance of your Butler County or Greater Cincinnati area home's attic ventilation system in previous posts, but do you really know how yours stacks up? According to the American Institute of Architects, a staggering 90 percent of all American homes have unacceptably high levels of moisture -- largely because of poor attic ventilation. An understanding of good attic ventilation will help you steer clear of these problems.… read more »

Cincinnati Boiler Problems Require Expert Help: Know When To Call The Pros

Posted on November 7, 2012

While it’s commendable to try to troubleshoot some home maintenance issues yourself, it’s wise to call the experts about others, especially boiler problems.… read more »

Boost Furnace Efficiency in Cincinnati This Year With 3 Top Tips

Posted on November 5, 2012

It’s bound to get cold in Butler County and the Greater Cincinnati area this winter, and if you want to keep heating costs down, now’s the time to make a few changes around your home to boost furnace efficiency. Whether your furnace is brand new or a few years old, these tips will help you get the most from your heating equipment.… read more »

One Zoning System Perk You Can't Afford To Ignore? Longer HVAC Service Life

Posted on October 31, 2012

If HVAC experts were builders in Cincinnati, they almost certainly would build every two-story home with a zoning system. All they can do is the next best thing: Make sure that homeowners know that there’s one zoning system perk they can’t afford to ignore, and that is a longer HVAC system life span.… read more »

A Fall Furnace Tune-Up Now, You Save Later

Posted on October 15, 2012

A fall furnace tune-up is a low-cost insurance policy: You pay a little now to save a lot of grief and anguish -- and money -- later.… read more »

Programming Your Thermostat For Savings in Cincinnati--And More Savings

Posted on October 10, 2012

A programmable thermostat is a powerful tool that can help reduce your energy bills in Cincinnati. By programming your thermostat schedule around your household's needs, saving money is nearly automatic. Here are some guidelines you can use to help set your thermostat for savings, and keep your home comfortable.… read more »

Air-Sealing Project Gets Energy-Efficient Results Around The House

Posted on October 8, 2012

You can reduce energy costs and increase home comfort by conducting a simple air-sealing project. Air leaks, which are prevalent in many Greater Cincinnati homes, can significantly lessen the efficiency of a heating or cooling system. Conducting an air-sealing project is inexpensive and easy enough for the average homeowner to do.… read more »

Choosing An Indoor Air Quality System: 4 Factors You Shouldn't Overlook

Posted on October 3, 2012

Are you concerned about the vast number of little microorganisms and dust particles floating around your house at all hours of the day and night? Perhaps it is time for you to invest in an indoor air quality system to help get rid of all those harmful Cincinnati elements.… read more »

Your Home Heat Pump Will Get Better Results If You Check These 3 Factors

Posted on October 1, 2012

If you would like to cut utility bills and enjoy year-round comfort in your Greater Cincinnati area home, proper home heat pump maintenance is essential. And these three factors are of critical importance: refrigerant levels, airflow and ductwork.… read more »

Boost Air Filter Efficiency in Cincinnati: 5 Terms You Need To Know

Posted on September 26, 2012

It is important to regularly replace your HVAC air filter, but it is equally important that you choose the right filter when buying a replacement. Air filters can vary in a number of ways, and there are different ratings and terms used to describe air filter efficiency.… read more »

How To Use The EnergyGuide Label When Upgrading HVAC Equipment

Posted on September 24, 2012

You've likely seen them in every department store and hardware store in Cincinnati: Those big yellow labels that scream out the words "EnergyGuide." What you might not know, however, is how to use the EnergyGuide label when upgrading your HVAC equipment.… read more »

Selecting An End-Of-Season Air Conditioner? Know How To Navigate Cincinnati Area Industry Lingo

Posted on September 19, 2012

When selecting an end-of-season air conditioner, learn to speak the language. An understanding of industry terms will help put you at ease when speaking with your technician about this purchase. Replacing your air conditioner now will give you a comfortable start when temperatures rise again. And with a better understanding of A/C terminology, you'll be in a better position to make the best choice and increase return on investment.… read more »

How To Reduce Air Conditioner Noise When Selecting A New System

Posted on August 29, 2012

When selecting a new air conditioner for your Greater Cincinnati area home, many people focus almost solely on how efficiently the unit will cool a room. This is obviously important, but there is a second primary factor that must be considered when purchasing a new unit: air conditioner noise.… read more »

Refrigerant Charge And Airflow: 2 Checks Maintenance Should Include

Posted on August 27, 2012

Though you may not think about it much, the refrigerant charge and airflow of your air conditioner are essential to your home comfort. As a Cincinnati homeowner, there are measures that you can take to keep your equipment running efficiently; however, annual preventive maintenance is also a must. As your HVAC technician services your air conditioner, make sure that checking refrigerant charge and airflow is at the top of the list.… read more »

Benefit From Heat Pump Maintenance: Schedule An Appointment Today

Posted on August 22, 2012

Your home' s heat pump is a major investment. How well it works and how efficiently it provides conditioned air to your Greater Cincinnati area home -- as well as how often you have heat pump maintenance performed -- will have a significant impact on how high your energy bills are.… read more »

Wondering How To Fix A Leaky Air Conditioner? Get Expert Advice

Posted on August 15, 2012

Considering all the heat advisories the Cincinnati area has experienced this summer, your air conditioner is probably working very hard. And that means it's producing a lot of condensation because of all the moisture it's removing from the air. This could spell trouble if your air conditioner is leaky, as all that extra moisture could cause water to drip down a wall or pool on a floor. Before a small problem becomes a big issue, call your A/C technician for expert advice. He can get to the root of the problem and correct it. Here are some preventive measures that you can take yourself.… read more »

Lowering Heat Gain In Your Greater Cincinnati Home With Window Treatments

Posted on August 13, 2012

There are several ways to go about lowering heat gain in your Greater Cincinnati area home, but one of the most effective is to keep the sun out. Other than planting trees on the south and west sides of your home to provide shade, using certain window treatments is the most effective method of keeping direct sunlight out.… read more »

Wondering How To Combat Cincinnati Summer Allergies? Look To These Air Quality Solutions

Posted on August 8, 2012

For many, summer means long days spent outdoors. But those who suffer from summer allergies may want to hide indoors until pollen season is over. Your Cincinnati home can be your safe haven at this time of year, but only if the indoor air quality is up to par. However, in many homes the indoor air may be even more polluted than the outside. Here are some air quality solutions to consider that can help you breathe easier.… read more »

Cincinnati Home Maintenance Tips That Ensure Energy Savings During A Vacation

Posted on July 30, 2012

Summertime is when many Cincinnati families choose to head out on a vacation together. Planning your trip and getting your car ready may be the first thing you think about as you prepare; however, there are also several home maintenance tasks you can carry out that will save you a great deal on your home cooling bill while you are away.… read more »

Ductless Mini-Split Maintenance Should Be Performed Annually in Butler County and Greater Cincinnati

Posted on July 26, 2012

Ductless mini-split systems are a great way for Cincinnati homes lacking existing ducts to have a zoned heating and cooling system. A type of heat-pump system, ductless mini splits are well known for their efficiency. In order to perform, however, they must be regularly maintained.… read more »

Selecting A New Heat Pump? Consider Efficiency Ratings And These 5 Features

Posted on July 24, 2012

A new heat pump could provide you with the efficient heating and cooling you’ve been looking for. In the summer, a heat pump looks and acts like an air conditioner. In the winter, it operates in reverse, pulling heat from outdoor air and delivering it to the interior at 150 to 300 percent efficiency.… read more »

HEPA Filtration Helps Fight Indoor Air Quality Problems in Cincinnati

Posted on July 18, 2012

Filtering the air we breathe sounds like a good, simple, common-sense idea. People in who suffer from allergies or asthma, the elderly and the very young may benefit most, but clean air is better for everyone in Cincinnati. Investing in a HEPA filtration system can help to address air-quality problems, and create a more comfortable living environment.… read more »

Sizing Ducts: An Important Step To Ensure Maximum ROI On Your New System

Posted on July 16, 2012

When it's time to install a new or upgraded HVAC system in your Cincinnati home, you know you're making an investment in your comfort and your home's value. You want to make sure that you get the most bang for your buck -- not just during the initial purchase, but also during the years that you use the system. Properly sizing ducts will help to maximize your monetary savings and your comfort, giving you the best possible return on your investment.… read more »

Get Quality HVAC Installation With This Expert Advice From The Pros At Tri-County Heating & Cooling

Posted on July 11, 2012

When you’ve decided to replace your outdated air conditioning unit with a new, more energy-efficient system, it's best to get acquainted with the process of a quality HVAC installation. In fact, improper installation can reduce the efficiency of your new equipment by up to 30 percent and possibly shorten its life span, making a quality HVAC installation even more important.… read more »

Air Conditioner Terms Every Cincinnati Homeowner Should Know When Upgrading

Posted on July 9, 2012

The world of air conditioning has its own language. So it's helpful for Cincinnati homeowners to acquaint themselves with relevant terminology when upgrading their air conditioners. Here are a few basic terms that will help you in the process.… read more »

How To Weatherize Your Greater West Chester Area Home In One Weekend

Posted on July 5, 2012

Summer is a good time to weatherize your greater West Chester area home because temperatures are comfortable outdoors and you'll start saving money on energy costs immediately. The components of your home that contribute to inefficient cooling and heating include your insulation, air infiltration and the condition of your HVAC equipment.… read more »

High-Efficiency Air Conditioning Offers Long-Term Value in the Greater Cincinnati area

Posted on July 3, 2012

Healthy humans can generally survive in Cincinnati without air conditioning, but what a relief it is to walk inside to cool air on a hot summer day! So, why not provide your family with the comfort of high-efficiency air conditioning that pays for itself in lower energy bills and is also good for the earth’s environment?… read more »

How To Know If It's Time To Replace Your Air Conditioner

Posted on June 27, 2012

Owning a home in Greater Cincinnati occasionally involves making tough decisions, such as when to replace your air conditioner. All mechanical equipment has a service life, but you can use these tips to help you decide if it's time to upgrade your air conditioner.… read more »

Choosing An HVAC Contractor: Certifications And Expertise Weed Out The Rest From The Best

Posted on June 25, 2012

Choosing an HVAC contractor in Greater Cincinnati does not have to be a matter of blind luck. You want the best for your home and your family, and you can have the best -- by choosing an HVAC contractor that is a certified expert in the field.… read more »

Upgrading? Look For These 5 Air Conditioning Features To Boost Comfort during Cincinnati summers

Posted on June 13, 2012

So you're in the market for a new air conditioning system. All you may really care about is that you feel a rush of cool air when you turn on the system. But also consider these five features which can save you money, while boosting your comfort.… read more »

HVAC Warranties Protect Your Most Valuable Home-Comfort Investment

Posted on June 11, 2012

Many Greater Cincinnati homeowners see the purchase of HVAC warranties as a burden, when they are actually a great investment in your home-comfort systems. To get the most out of your heating and cooling equipment’s warranties, here are three things to consider.… read more »

Cincinnati Air Conditioner Maintenance: Tasks Your Cooling Technician--And You--Can Do

Posted on May 31, 2012

It's ideal to make sure your A/C is ready for the cooling season by scheduling air conditioner maintenance, designed to keep your system healthy and running efficiently, before the Cincinnati summer weather heats up… read more »

Use Efficiency Ratings To Select High-Performance Equipment

Posted on May 23, 2012

If you are in the market for a new home-comfort system, the first thing you need to do is become familiar with efficiency ratings. HVAC equipment is a big investment, but your investment can pay off fairly quickly if your new system significantly lowers your utility bills… read more »

Upgrading HVAC Equiment in Cincinnati: Seven Tips To Put That Extra Cash To Good Use

Posted on May 16, 2012

Maybe you weren't holding the winning numbers in Mega Millions, but you may feel as though you hit the jackpot if you use the extra cash you have to upgrade your HVAC system… read more »

How To Buy A Programmable Thermostat -- And Optimize Savings in Cincinnati

Posted on May 9, 2012

When money's tight, most Greater Cincinnati homeowners look for ways to save. Sometimes that means spending a little money to save much more. A programmable thermostat is one of those investments. Although you could buy a programmable thermostat with all the bells and whistles -- such as today's smart thermostats...… read more »

How A Heat-Pump System Operates: Luxurious Comfort, Ultra Savings

Posted on April 19, 2012

A heat-pump system is an efficient way to heat and cool your Cincinnati home, allowing you to keep your home comfortable--without spending a fortune. In order to better understand why heat pumps are so efficient, its helpful to understand how they work.… read more »

Buying HVAC Equipment Online? Think Twice -- And Use An Expert From Cincinnati Instead

Posted on April 5, 2012

It's been said that nothing can trigger buyer's regret, if not buyer's remorse, more than big-ticket items like houses, cars and appliances. So if you're considering buying HVAC equipment online, think twice and turn to a local expert in Greater Cincinnati instead.… read more »

Furnace Blower Maintenance -- How To Save Like A Pauper But Live Like A King

Posted on April 3, 2012

The person who proclaimed that "ignorance is bliss" could not possibly have been a Cincinnati homeowner with a furnace to maintain. Knowing a few things about furnace blower maintenance will help you save money like a pauper but enjoy a consistently warm castle, just like a king.… read more »

Furnace Replacement: Use These 8 Signs To Help You Decide

Posted on March 28, 2012

Knowing when to replace your furnace is a lot like knowing when to replace an old car. The warning signs are almost always there; recognizing what they are and then formulating an action plan will help you avert a "panic purchase."… read more »

3 Furnace Noises That Often Signal Bigger Problems Down The Line

Posted on March 21, 2012

Your furnace works harder and longer during a cold Cincinnati winter, but it shouldn't be making three noises that often signal bigger problems down the line. Consider these furnace noises a warning sign:… read more »

Duct Returns: 3 Rules For Optimal Comfort in Greater Cincinnati

Posted on March 19, 2012

Central heating and cooling systems deliver air to every room in your Cincinnati home via supply vents. And duct returns send that air back through the system so that it's re-heated or -cooled. Here’s a look at three rules duct returns should follow to optimize comfort.… read more »

A Red-Tagged Furnace Presents A Significant Danger, So Know What To Do Next

Posted on March 14, 2012

Some announcements in life have a way of snapping you to attention, such as when a utility company technician tells you that your furnace must be "red-tagged." Even if you don't know what this means, it just doesn't sound good.… read more »

Hiring an HVAC Contractor in Cincinnati? 5 Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make

Posted on March 7, 2012

If you own a home in Cincinnati, then you probably also own a contractor story that you've told time and time again. And it may not have the most pleasant story line. But this year, when it comes to hiring an HVAC contractor, your story will follow a decidedly sensible course and feature a happy ending. This time, you won't replicate past mistakes because you will:… read more »

Ignoring An Air Filter Is More Of A Gamble Than You'd Think -- 1 Simple Tip To Protect Yourself

Posted on March 5, 2012

Ignoring an air filter does nothing to benefit anyone in Cincinnati, except that it saves you from buying a replacement filter. To prevent gambling with the life of your furnace and the quality of your air, simply check the filter once a month and change it when it starts to show signs that it's full. And never let the filter go longer than 3 months without being changed.… read more »

Heat-Pump Performance: 3 Industry Secrets That Increase Efficiency

Posted on February 27, 2012

Air-source heat pumps are incredibly efficient pieces of equipment, but it's important to prioritize heat-pump performance. They move heat, like a refrigerator, which allows them to more than exceed 100 percent efficiency. Many people from Cincinnati have their heat pump installed and never give it a second thought. However, to get the most out of your investment in a high-efficiency heat pump, there are three industry secrets you must know about. Combine each of these and you will see a spike in heat-pump performance.… read more »

Furnace Replacement Tips For Tight Budgets in Cincinnati

Posted on February 20, 2012

Furnace replacement can be a daunting task, especially if you are on a tight budget. But if you arm yourself with some furnace replacement tips regarding some of the more important aspects, you will be able to make an educated choice for a furnace that will not only be affordable to purchase, it will help keep your Cincinnati home energy efficient for years to come.… read more »

Preventive Maintenance Provides Optimal Efficiency, Comfort: Check Out Available Coverage In Greater Cincinnati Area

Posted on February 15, 2012

It's a basic truism that a moving part requires regular maintenance to keep it running in peak condition. So when you think of your furnace, with multiple moving parts working in tandem with other components, preventive maintenance should be at the top of your winter to-do list.… read more »

Heat-Pump Thermostat: Guidelines For Optimal Operation

Posted on February 1, 2012

If you have recently installed a heat pump in your Cincinnati home, there are multiple approaches you can take to keeping your home a comfortable temperature. The goal is to save energy while remaining comfortable at all times. Here are three heat-pump thermostat options you can look into for your home.… read more »

Your Home Heating Load Can Make Or Break Energy Savings in Cincinnati

Posted on January 4, 2012

When you hear an HVAC technician refer to your home heating load, they’re basically talking about the amount of heat required to bring your Cincinnati home to your desired level of comfort. If your heating load surpasses the heating capacity of your furnace or heat pump, you’ll likely see increased energy bills and system wear, which can be costly over the long term.… read more »

Furnace Troubleshooting Tips For Greater Cincinnati Homeowners

Posted on January 2, 2012

No one looks forward to furnace repair. In fact, most homeowners want to try everything they can before calling in an HVAC technician. With that in mind, here are a few furnace troubleshooting tips for Greater Cincinnati homeowners.… read more »

Your Home Heating Systems Create A Synergistic Effect On Utility Bills in Cincinnati

Posted on December 28, 2011

The efficiency of your Cincinnati home heating systems depends on the synergy of multiple components. Your thermostat, your heating source, and your ductwork are three major components of that system.… read more »

Furnace Motor Efficiency: What You Need To Know

Posted on December 21, 2011

Furnace motor efficiency greatly contributes to the overall efficiency levels that a furnace can reach. Electronically Commutated Motors (ECMs) are the result of a new generation of technology that has given furnace motor efficiency a big boost over other types of motors.… read more »

Follow These Programmable Thermostat Guidelines, And See Results!

Posted on December 19, 2011

If you have a programmable thermostat, you have an ideal means of saving energy right at your fingertips; the key is simply learning how to program it. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of programmable thermostat guidelines designed to help you save money on your energy costs without sacrificing household comfort in Cincinnati.… read more »

Steps To Calculate HVAC Return On Investment

Posted on December 14, 2011

Whether you’re talking furnaces, air conditioners or heat pumps, HVAC upgrades should be treated as long-term investments. As such, HVAC return on investment should be a serious consideration in the decision-making process when comparing potential upgrades.… read more »

Air-Source Heat Pumps Get Efficient Results In Cincinnati's Climate

Posted on December 1, 2011

Efficiency is no longer an option when it comes home comfort in Cincinnati. It’s essential. The economy may be down, but thanks to advancements in comfort technology, such as air-source heat pumps, you don’t have to sacrifice comfort in the name of savings.… read more »

When Purchasing Heating And Cooling Equipment in Cincinnati, Consider Price AND Lifetime Costs

Posted on November 17, 2011

Anyone who has ever lived in the Greater Cincinnati area knows that it's not unusual to see daily temperature swings of 25 degrees, putting even the best heating and cooling systems to the test and driving up energy bills. Therefore, purchasing the most energy-efficient system that you can afford is a priority.… read more »

Most Greater Cincinnati Area Homeowners Already Know That Changing Air Filters Regularly Is Important, But Do You Know Why You Should Do It?

Posted on November 15, 2011

Keeping your filters clean is the single most important thing you can do to maintain your HVAC system. Manufacturers generally recommend that air filters be changed every thirty days, especially when the system is used consistently, but many Cincinnati homeowners do not know why it is critical. Neglecting this simple piece of equipment could raise your utility bills and result in having to replace the whole HVAC much sooner than expected. Ignoring it could also put the health of your family at risk.… read more »

Wondering Why All The Hype About Preventive Maintenance? Why It's A Valuable Service To Have Done

Posted on November 3, 2011

With the vital role that your Cincinnati area home heating system plays in your family’s day-to-day comfort, it is important not to neglect the simple preventive maintenance that will help keep it performing optimally. Maintenance also helps equipment to run more efficiently, and it saves you money.… read more »

What's The Approximate Lifespan Of A Heat-Pump System?

Posted on November 1, 2011

Heat pumps are one of the most energy-efficient HVAC systems on the market in Cincinnati. If you have one, you might wonder how long it is expected to last, and that depends on several factors.… read more »

Buyer's Guide: Select A Furnace That Meets The Special Heating Demands Of Your Greater Cincinnati Area Home

Posted on October 27, 2011

When it comes to keeping comfortable in cold weather, no two homes are alike. Some require more energy to keep warm, others not as much. That’s why every furnace must fit its home perfectly. Here’s a simple buyer’s guide that can help you find the perfect new system for your Cincinnati home...… read more »

Furnace Filters And Efficiency: Investigate Factors That Influence Cincinnati Savings

Posted on October 21, 2011

Furnace filters are designed to prevent dust and other debris from building up in your furnace. The most basic filters are designed only to protect your equipment, but you can get higher-efficiency filters if you want to improve indoor air quality as well.… read more »

Use These Steps For Winterizing Your Air Conditioner

Posted on October 5, 2011

Winter is on the way, and homeowners living in climates like Cincinnati, where the weather gets cold, should prepare now for those cooler temperatures. Getting your air conditioner ready to do battle with Mother Nature will help breeze through the season without much difficulty.… read more »

Features That Impact Boiler Efficiency

Posted on October 3, 2011

Your boiler can account for a significant percentage of your total Cincinnati household energy costs, so it makes sense that you would want this particular piece of home comfort equipment to operate efficiently.… read more »

The Repair Or Replace Dilemma: Let Tri-County Heating & Cooling Help You Decide

Posted on September 26, 2011

If your heating and cooling equipment has broken down, you are faced with a dilemma. You need to decide whether to pay for repairs or for a whole-system replacement. It can be a difficult decision: You don't want to make a large investment in a new system you don't need.… read more »

Good Questions Get Good Answers: Use These To Hire A Heating & Cooling Contractor

Posted on September 19, 2011

Hiring a good heating and cooling contractor is not as simple as calling the first one listed in the Greater Cincinnati Area phone book. You wouldn't trust your car to just any mechanic, so why would you let just any technician work on your valuable home comfort system?… read more »

Some Good Reasons Why You Should Choose Energy Star Products

Posted on September 14, 2011

Energy Star is a government-backed program, run jointly between the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy, which makes it simple for Greater Cincinnati Area homeowners to know which HVAC equipment and home appliances save the most energy.… read more »

Are Heating And Cooling Needs Determined By Degree Days? Find Out How To Assess Efficiency in Cincinnati

Posted on September 12, 2011

Heating and cooling degree days help you estimate how much energy your home has used in a specific span of time. Keeping track of your meter readings can help you gauge how much energy you’re using, but that doesn’t account for the variable of changing weather in Cincinnati.… read more »

Now Is The Time To Schedule That Fall Tuneup

Posted on September 7, 2011

We tend to take our heating and cooling systems for granted. We use them every day, and many of us don't think about maintaining them until they break down. Then we realize how vital they are to our comfort (and sometimes our safety). Getting a tuneup now can avert major repairs and breakdowns later, not to mention the associated costs and hassle.… read more »

The Foundation Of Your HVAC Systems Revolves Around Your Ductwork Design; Here's Why

Posted on September 1, 2011

As the delivery component of your heating and cooling system, your ductwork should evenly and efficiently distribute conditioned air throughout your household. Unfortunately, many homes in the Greater Cincinnati area have poorly conceived duct configurations, improperly installed ductwork or inadequate duct sealing.… read more »

Size Your Air-Conditioning System First, And You'll Get Efficient Results Later

Posted on August 29, 2011

So you’re upgrading to a high-efficiency air-conditioning system? Congratulations! You’ll save money, energy and help the environment. But first, make sure that your new equipment is properly sized and installed to get the most out of its performance.… read more »

The Cooling Season In Cincinnati May Be Near The End, But Preventive Maintenance Should Not Be Ignored

Posted on August 18, 2011

What’s the best way to ensure your cooling equipment makes it through to next summer in the Greater Cincinnati area? Preventive maintenance. Maintenance tunes up your equipment after the worst of the summer heat and conditions it to work as efficiently as possible for the duration of the season. It’s the best way to prevent expensive repairs -- or an even more expensive breakdown.… read more »

Going Out Of Town? Tips For Your HVAC System While You're Away From Cincinnati

Posted on August 11, 2011

A vacation is supposed to be a time of relaxation -- not a time to worry about whether your HVAC system will fail, or other potential home disasters. Tri-County Heating & Cooling is here with some HVAC advice to ease your mind and save you energy until you’re back in Cincinnati again.… read more »

Upgrading Your Cooling Equipment? HVAC Concepts You Should Know

Posted on August 2, 2011

If you’re investing in an upgrade to your HVAC equipment, understanding some basic HVAC concepts and terms can help you get the best deal for your energy dollar. Here are a few common parts and other terms that could help you out.… read more »

Preventive Maintenance: What You Can Do -- And What To Leave To The Professionals

Posted on July 27, 2011

With air conditioning and heating representing about 40 percent of energy use in the average Cincinnati home, it’s important to keep your HVAC equipment operating efficiently. Nothing gets the job done like preventive maintenance. While there are some maintenance tasks you can perform yourself, sometimes it’s a good idea to call in a pro.… read more »

Comfort? Efficiency? Convenience? Programmable Thermostats That Do It All

Posted on July 18, 2011

Installing a programmable thermostat in your Cincinnati area home is one of the easiest ways to make your heating and cooling system more energy efficient. Programmable thermostats maintain the level of comfort you are used to (or improve it) and are easy to use -- and they save you money.… read more »

When Choosing An HVAC Contractor Use NATE And ACCA As Your Guide

Posted on July 11, 2011

A decision as important as choosing an HVAC contractor in the Greater Cincinnati area requires some research. While referrals from friends and relatives and references from contractors' customers can help guide the initial process, the technicians you hire should be able to demonstrate they are experts in heating and cooling installation and maintenance. Contractor affiliations with two particular industry organizations, NATE and ACCA, help to demonstrate just that.… read more »

Welcome To Tri-County Heating & Cooling's New Home Comfort Blog!

Posted on June 28, 2011

At Tri-County, one of the things we like best about our jobs as HVAC professionals is conversing with our customers. It's gratifying to share our knowledge and use our experience to help solve problems. That's why we've decided to start our new blog, focused on the concerns of local residents here in Butler County and the Greater Cincinnati area of Ohio.… read more »

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