3 Heating System Myths

Wednesday, February 20th, 2019

Winters in Lancaster and Athens can be brutal, so it’s important to know what’s going on with your heating system. At David White Services, we’ve been providing comprehensive HVAC services for decades, so our team has a tremendous amount of cumulative knowledge about how heating systems work. Here, we’d like to explore three heating system myths so that you can make informed decisions.

1. Using a Fireplace Saves Money

Today, fireplaces are about creating a cozy atmosphere ...
Read More

Stop Losing Energy Through Air and Duct Leaks

Friday, February 8th, 2019

If you haven’t had your house checked for air leaks recently, it may be time. Most houses lose a good deal of energy through air leakage. Ducts are also a place where you may be losing energy. To cut down on heating and cooling bills, you can find and seal leaks yourself or have a professional do it.

Finding Air Leaks

There are a number of ways to find air leaks in your home. You can simply ...
Read More

Help! My Hot Water Heater Is Leaking!

Friday, January 18th, 2019

A leaking hot water heater can happen at any time, and when it does, the results can range from minor to extensive water damage depending on where it’s located. There are several common reasons that result in leaking.

Causes of Hot Water Heater Leaks

Like most appliances, it’s only a matter of time before one or more components fail. Whether the leak is at the top or bottom and due to age or by accident, it’s a ...
Read More

The Wonderful Invention of Furnaces

Thursday, December 20th, 2018

The wonderful invention of furnaces, an appliance that generates heat, comes from a centuries-old idea. One of the earliest examples of the furnace was the hypocaust, utilized by the Romans. The hypocaust was an under-floor heating system that warmed a dwelling by supplying heat from a wood-burning fire in the basement corner. The exhaust was vented through chimneys via wall flues. Coal replaced wood as the primary heating medium in the seventeenth century and was ...
Read More

How to Find the Best Furnace for My Home?

Monday, December 17th, 2018

One of the most important features of your home is the central heating system. Your heating system not only keeps you comfortable during the winter, but it also keeps you safe. Here in Ohio, winters aren’t something to take lightly. With freezing temperatures a real concern, you need to make sure that you have the best furnace possible in order to deal with the cold. If you are in the market for a new furnace, ...
Read More

Importance Of Emergency Heating Services

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

It happens all too often. It is the middle of the winter and your furnace stops working. Not only can this be a huge inconvenience, but it can also prove to be dangerous if the weather conditions are severe. So, what do you do when an emergency with your heating system strikes at the worst time?

Dealing With Emergency Heating Repairs

A heating emergency can be stressful for you and your family. There are, however, things you ...
Read More

Benefits of Insulation

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

The insulation lining the walls and floors of your home is one of the biggest unsung heroes of the building. A properly insulated home isn’t just more energy efficient. It’s also more comfortable and safer. Here are the top five benefits to insulation:

Saves You Money

A properly insulated home requires less energy to maintain a constant temperature. This means that your house stays cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Ice storms come through ...
Read More

5 Benefits of Insulation

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

The insulation lining the walls and floors of your home is one of the biggest unsung heroes of the building. A properly insulated home isn’t just more energy efficient. It’s also more comfortable and safer. Here are the top five benefits to insulation:

1. Saves You Money

A properly insulated home requires less energy to maintain a constant temperature. This means that your house stays cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Ice storms come ...
Read More

What to Look for in a Heating Repair Company

Friday, October 5th, 2018

There are some things that you should consider while looking for a heating repair company because not all firms are the same. Doing research can save you a lot of trouble. Below we give you some tips on what you should look for when searching for a heating repair contractor.

1. Beware of Heating Companies That Over Bids Over Phone

Just as every vehicle is unique, every heating system is unique. You should not be comfortable in ...
Read More

Take Note: 3 Energy Efficiency Tips to Keep Your Comfortable

Sunday, September 30th, 2018

There’s no doubt that summer heat and humidity are as uncomfortable as freezing winter temperatures and gusty winds. But today, with a properly-sized and well-maintained HVAC system, there’s no reason to suffer through hot days and cold nights.

Heating and cooling costs represent nearly half of the energy use in a typical American home, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, so every dollar saved is good for the budget. Here are three simple tips to ...
Read More