The Unfiltered Blog
The Farmers’ Almanac predicts a cold, snowy winter in the Midwest. Whether this forecast makes you jump for joy or dream of living in a warmer climate, making it a priority to know the condition of your furnace will help you avoid an emergency situation.
Winter weather can be harmful to your home’s heating and air conditioning system. Just as you take extra safety precautions when driving on icy roads, you should take precautions to protect your home’s HVAC system.
Going to college and getting a four-year degree from a public or private institution is not the right path for everyone. In fact, in the State of Iowa 1 in 3 students drop out of college after their first year. And nationwide, nearly 2 million students who begin college each year will drop out before earning a diploma.
As the outside temperature begins to drop, so does the humidity level in your home. Cold air is not able to retain as much moisture as warm air, and dry winter air can cause humidity levels to drop as low as 15 percent. When the outdoor temperature is 35 degrees Fahrenheit, the humidity inside your home should be 35 percent.
Have you ever come home to a house that felt like the inside of a freezer? And when you looked at the thermostat you wondered, “what the heck is going on?”. When your furnace isn’t running properly, sometimes the solution is as simple as a flip of a switch.