It's almost summer, which means that you may have a few things to get done around your house to ensure that you have a safe and comfortable summer. While you are daydreaming of all of the fun barbecues you are going to have in your backyard, there are some other things for you to think about as well such as your air conditioner. To make sure that your AC unit runs as well as possible, you should consider getting a professional tune-up from an AC repair technician.
23 February 2019
If you didn't begin the winter with a heater tune-up, you still have time. There are still several weeks of winter left, which means you still need your heater. Scheduling a mid-season tune-up for your heater is a great way to protect your heater from all the hard work it does during the winter. Here are just four of the reasons why you need to have your heater serviced as soon as possible.
15 January 2019
If you've ever tried to tough out the winter without a fully functioning furnace, you know how important heating can be. Without a furnace, you can get sick from being too cold inside your own house! Avoid this problem by keeping your furnace well-maintained. Here are four signs that your furnace should be replaced. 1. Repairs are too costly. If your furnace won't turn on, you should first check the thermostat and furnace itself for damage.
8 December 2018
Just because you don't need your air conditioner the rest of this season doesn't mean you should just turn it off and leave it. This is the best time to perform maintenance on your system. You've used it all season long, and there's a good chance your system is in need of a good cleaning. Read on for some end-of-season maintenance you should be doing. Remove Weeds/Tall Grass Remove brush from around your air conditioning unit.
29 October 2018
Do you have central heating that stopped working all of a sudden? Is there no longer air flowing out of your registers? Or, is the air coming out of registers just not as hot as it should be? Obviously, there are many different things that could break on a central heating system because it is made up of many complicated and connected components. A small problem with one element in the furnace can lead to other issues.
28 September 2018
If you're in the process of building your home, you're probably putting a lot of thought into every aspect of the construction. Part of that thought should be going into the HVAC system; particularly the air conditioning unit. You might not realize this but the choices you make about your air conditioning unit now will determine energy efficiency later. Here are three mistakes you can make that will undermine the energy efficiency of your home.
24 August 2018
A ductless HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system may not be the perfect option when installing a whole house heating system in a new house. However, there are cases where ductless HVAC from an HVAC equipment manufacturer fits better than other forms of heating and cooling. Here are some of those cases and why they are suitable for ductless HVAC installation: When You Create an Additional Room A ductless HVAC system is a perfect remedy for an additional room without heating and cooling.
21 July 2018
When your furnace is working the way that it is designed to, it seems that all is well with the world. Feeling the comforting, warm heat blast through the vents in your home is an experience that you definitely don't want to take for granted. Doing a few simple maintenance tasks can go a long way toward keeping your furnace in amazing condition. Read the following information so you'll know what you need to do to keep your furnace working for as long as possible.
18 June 2018
Whether you've recently moved somewhere new or are a first-time homeowner, having a residential AC company that you can count on for HVAC installation, repairs, and installation is a must. With so many AC service companies likely operating out of your area, however, it can be difficult to find the company that best suits your needs. To make your job easier, there are a few things worth looking for as you shop around for a go-to AC company.
10 May 2018
As the name implies, forced air furnaces push air into vents to warm the home. The air then returns to the furnace to be reheated. However, you may notice the air flow lacks balance in certain rooms of the house, especially in two-story houses. Follow these steps to balance your forced-air furnace. Open All Dampers First, if your home doesn't have in-room thermometers, place a thermometer in each room that seems too hot or too cold.
26 March 2018