Heating and AC Information

Seasonal Tune-Up or Preventative Maintenance
April 2nd, 2020

HVAC systems are probably one of your home’s most expensive investments geared towards making your home comfortable and inhabitable. It takes faithful preventative maintenance and seasonal tune-up practices to keep your HVAC system running efficiently and smoothly for extended periods. These practices are also instrumental in keeping costly and unexpected repair costs at bay. Before you embark on this journey, you might want to learn more about HVAC preventative maintenance and seasonal tune...

5 Ways Dirty Air Ducts Can Make You Sick
March 19th, 2020

Your home should be a place where you and your family can relax without having any worries. But simply being in your house could be having a detrimental effect on you and your family’s well being if your air vents aren’t being regularly maintained. The duct system helps to circulate air throughout the entire home, and if those ducts are dirty, that build-up of pollutants can get released directly into the air that you breathe. Polluted air can have many harmful effects on a person’s health,...

How Long Does an Air Conditioning Unit Last?
March 5th, 2020

Air conditioning systems help people keep their homes cool in the hot summer months. It’s important for homeowners to maintain an air conditioning unit to help keep the systems operating. By performing preventative maintenance, homeowners may increase the life and performance of an A/C unit. Inspecting an air conditioning unit and performing some do-it-yourself maintenance steps can provide homeowners with steps you can take to maintain your air conditioning units and prepare them for use...

Commercial HVAC
February 20th, 2020

Since HVAC systems provide the same functions of heating and cooling, regardless of where they're installed, it's common to think that there's no difference between residential and commercial systems. The truth is that there are many differences between the two sectors such as size, complexity, and location. Residential HVAC systems are highly recommended for homes and small businesses while commercial HVAC systems are recommended for warehouses, office buildings, and many retail spaces....

Finished Basement Options
February 5th, 2020

If you've acted on the decision of making your basement space a livable area, then you've likely installed your drywall, put in fixtures, and so forth. Now, the only thing left for you to do is to install an HVAC system to control the temperature in the area. Installing an HVAC system is a necessity to ensure the comfort of your family while in your newly finished basement.

Extend Your Existing HVAC System

The first option you have for ensuring that you get proper heating and cooling...

Changing Furnace Filter
January 23rd, 2020

The easiest way to clean the air in your home is to utilize a high quality furnace filter. HVAC professionals say that furnace filters can remove dust, mold, pollen, allergens and dander.

Despite these recommendations, home owners tend to forget about the importance of changing their furnace filter. Those who remember to change their furnace filter are tasked with some very important questions:

What type of furnace filter to do I need? How often should I change my filter? Are some...

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