Worried About The Safety Of Your Furnace? What To Know Now

As a homeowner it's important to maintain your appliances and to know when to replace them. If your furnace is past due for an upgrade and you think it's time invest in a new unit, there are some things to research and know so you are confident you are getting an efficient and safe unit. Set up a consultation with more than one HVAC company to have them provide an estimate for a new unit with installation, and to have them remove the other.   Read More...

3 Reasons Your Air Conditioner Isn't Cooling

The key to being as comfortable as possible during the summer is having an air conditioner that cools as well it should. This will allow you to feel your best and can help you avoid being too hot. However, if you have issues with your air conditioner not cooling as it should, it's ideal to learn what may be causing the problem. Knowing some of the most common reasons, this is likely to happen can be helpful to you.   Read More...

How To Stay Warm Before The Heating Technician Arrives

When your heating system breaks down during an extremely cold weather, your first step should be to call an emergency technician to resolve the issue as fast as possible. However, the technician will not arrive as soon as you put your phone down, which means you have to stay warm while waiting for their arrival. Here are some practical and easy tips to help you do just that: Stop All Drafts   Read More...

Portable Vs. Wall-Mounted Heat Pumps

Heat pumps can be a great solution for adding extra heat to one or more rooms in your home. However, they do have certain limitations to consider. They definitely aren't the right solution for every home. Also, not all heat pumps are the same. The two most popular types of heat pumps are wall-mounted and portable units. This article compares the two and explains when and where they work the best.   Read More...

How To Keep Up Your HVAC Efficiency

If there is one thing that homeowners hate spending money on, it is their utility bills. Instead of trying to constantly turn down your heat and air conditioner to save money, you should be taking more practical and long-term steps to reduce your bills. That is, if you do your part to maintain your system, regularly clean it, and always change your filters in time, your vital HVAC components are going to run more efficiently and last longer.   Read More...