What Temperature Should I Set My Thermostat to in the Summer and Winter?

Thermostat Settings

Throughout the year in Indianapolis and across Central Indiana, the temperature will fluctuate from hot and humid in the summer to frigid and below-freezing in the winter. If you’re constantly adjusting and cranking the temperature on your thermostat, it will lead to higher-than-expected utility bills and overall frustration and discomfort. Finding ways to keep your house cool in the summer … Read More

Why Ductless Mini Splits are Perfect for a Three-Season Room

Outside Patio

With a “3-season room,” you have the perfect place to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors with your loved ones.  In the spring and summer, you can sit out with a book or open up a few of the windows to enjoy the breeze. You can watch the beauty of a thunderstorm while staying safe and dry. Then, in … Read More

Setting Your Thermostat for Summer

The temperatures are rising and that means summer is on its way! With warmer weather on the horizon it’s time to think about setting your thermostat for summer. These tips will help you save money this summer and make your home more energy efficient. During the summer months it’s best to set your thermostat between 75 and 78 degrees, or … Read More

Duct Free Units for Older Homes

If you live in an older home in central Indiana, you might be dreading the summertime. Homes constructed before central heating and cooling systems became popular are not designed for the network of air ducts newer HVAC systems require. Remodeling an older home to accommodate ductwork may not be practical if city codes or homeowner associations limit the changes that … Read More

Chapman Heating & Air Conditioning Donated New HVAC Unit to Humane Society

INDIANAPOLIS, July 3, 2014 – Chapman Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc., a local HVAC company in Indianapolis, donated and installed a new heating and cooling system to the Humane Society for Hamilton County’s dog intake area, where all of the dogs first arrive and might stay for several days before there is room to move them into the kennel.

Zoning Your Home Heating and Air Conditioning

Indianapolis has had a rough winter. The temperatures have been below freezing and the snow looks like it will never melt. As these cold temperatures continue to hang around, your energy bill will only increase. A zoned heating and cooling system is a great option that will help you save money without having to sacrifice comfort. What is Zoning? Zoning … Read More

Why was My Energy Bill so High?

Indianapolis has faced one of the harshest winters this year. We have encountered negative temperatures and more than enough snow and ice. So how has this affected your energy bill? Was your bill through the roof? You’re not alone. There are many causes for high energy bills, and here are some reasons yours might be more than you expected. Common … Read More

How to Protect Your Home from Winter Damage

Cold temperatures lead to a decrease in the amount of moisture in the air. The lack of moisture not only causes itchy, dry skin, but it also takes a toll on the inside of your home. Have you noticed the paint on your walls start to chip, is your wallpaper peeling or are your hardwood floors starting to crack? Is … Read More

The Most Important Thing You Can Do for Your Furnace

After that crazy snow storm and cold snap here in Indianapolis, we all appreciate just how important our furnaces are. Without them humming away, things can get unpleasant in a hurry. So to make sure your furnace is always in tip-top shape, there is one critical thing you must do. Even if you do nothing else for your furnace (except … Read More