Crown Group Ohio Blog

It’s the Season for Sweaters, Pumpkin Spice, Leaves, and . . . Poor Air Quality?

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October 14, 2019

Autumn in Northeast Ohio can be downright delightful. For many longtime residents it’s their favorite time of year, with cooler temperatures, beautiful leaves, pumpkin spice everything, football and Halloween. Those fall delights may be hiding a less than delightful secret, however. Fall can put seasonally unique stressors on your HVAC system, resulting in poor indoor […]

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Budgeting for Commercial HVAC

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September 30, 2019

As a business, you likely have a large amount of expenses to budget for each year. Employee benefits, payroll, insurance, office supplies, rent . . . the list goes on. Do you have your HVAC expenses on that list? Setting a comprehensive HVAC budget — which accounts for monthly expenses, unexpected costs and new equipment […]

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Can Exterior Paint Color Affect your Home’s Indoor Temperature?

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September 27, 2019

The color your home is painted or the building material used can impact how much air (hot or cold) comes through the walls and thus, affects indoor temperature. Think about it: on a hot day, would you be cooler or warmer if you were wearing a light-colored shirt? Your home is the same! If your […]

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The Ideal Indoor Temperature for . . .

comfortable family

August 19, 2019

A typical day 68-78° F The goal of any homeowner is to maximize comfort and minimize costs. In order to stay comfortable and save energy (and as a result, money!), an ideal temperature is 78° F in the summer and 68° F in the winter. Dressing right, using ceiling fans and curtains to your advantage, […]

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Protecting your Outdoor AC Unit during Heavy Rain

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August 5, 2019

It has been a rainy couple of months here in Northeast Ohio and taking a look at the weather forecast, it may not slow down any time soon. With all of the frequent storms, you may be wondering how much your outdoor AC unit can take. Generally, AC equipment is manufactured to withstand all sorts […]

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