Optimize Your Home Comfort with Zone Systems

July 15, 2024 | Air Conditioning

At Allied Services, Inc., we believe in providing solutions that enhance your home’s comfort and energy efficiency. One such innovative solution is the zone system, which splits your home’s ductwork into different comfort areas, offering independent temperature control for each zone. Today on the blog, our team discusses zone systems to help you see the benefits and better understand your heating and cooling options.

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Top 5 HVAC Myths Debunked

July 1, 2024 | Air Filters

At Allied Services, Inc., we understand that there’s a lot of misinformation about HVAC systems. So, we’re debunking five of the most common HVAC myths to help you make informed decisions about your home’s heating and cooling.

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Keep Cool This Summer: Troubleshooting 3 Common AC Issues

June 7, 2024 | AC Repair

Summer in Dayton, Ohio, brings warm, sunny days perfect for outdoor fun and relaxation. But when the heat rises, there’s nothing more crucial than a reliable air conditioning system to keep your home comfortable. At Allied Services, Inc., we understand how frustrating it can be when your AC unit isn’t performing as it should. To help you stay cool this summer, we’ve put together troubleshooting tips for three common air conditioning issues.

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4 Reasons an HVAC Service Plan Is Really Worth It

May 20, 2024 | Beavercreek

There are many responsibilities to consider in homeownership. Among these, ensuring the efficiency and longevity of your HVAC system is a crucial task. While it’s easy to overlook the importance of regular maintenance, opting into an HVAC service plan can bring many benefits beyond mere convenience. Continue reading to learn more from the team at Allied Services, Inc.

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Should You Close HVAC Vents in Unused Rooms?

May 6, 2024 | Cooling

As homeowners, we’re often on the lookout for ways to optimize energy efficiency and reduce utility costs without sacrificing comfort. One common piece of advice that frequently circulates is the idea of closing HVAC vents in rooms that are not in use. The logic seems sound: by closing vents in unused rooms, you can redirect airflow to the most needed areas, thereby saving energy and money. But does this practice actually deliver the desired results, or could it potentially do more harm than good? Continue reading to learn more from the team at Allied Services, Inc.

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