Heating and AC Information

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover HVAC Units?
December 17th, 2020

Homeowners insurance may or may not cover HVAC units. The insurance policies available will indicate how they can cover the HVAC units in their terms and conditions. If a covered peril damages the company, then you can get compensation. Check your policy documents, and you will know when you may claim the cover. You may not get compensated if the unit will fail to work because of old age or other reasons that have not been stipulated in the coverage. The insurance can cover the unit under...

December 3rd, 2020

The modern air conditioner went through thousands of years of evolution to get to its present state. It's good to learn the facts about what people used to do to stay cool and comfortable during the hottest days of the year. Review these fun facts about HVAC systems that you may not know.

Coyne College was one of the first schools to offer training for HVAC technicians from 1899 to the present day. No one person is credited with inventing the mechanical heater or air conditioner....
Cozy socks next to fire with warm mug wrapped with its own sweater
November 19th, 2020

As you plan for a gathering with friends and family for this holiday season, you need to take care of your HVAC system.

HVAC maintenance service will not only save you from higher energy bills, but it will ensure your heating system performs optimally and prolong its service life. The following are some of the reasons you should have your HVAC system checked now.

Change the HVAC Filter

During the busy holidays, you may not be able to do the routine cleaning to your filters....

HVAC Tips for the Holidays
November 9th, 2020

Once the holidays begin, you may not wish to imagine that they end considering the perfect moment you spend with your family. The essential thing that you should not forget is your HVAC. Setting out for a holiday without ensuring that your HVAC is in good condition may see you coming back to your home for repairs. Below are some of the things you should consider before you set out for that perfect holiday during the cold season.

Here is what you should do for your HVAC before going on...
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October 22nd, 2020

Halloween is one of those few times of the year when adults get the chance to spend some time playing around and reliving their youth. From the candy to the costumes and decorations, we all want to feel like we did when we were young and heading out to trick or treat with our friends. The problem with being a homeowner is you have to temper your excitement for Halloween with the need to protect your HVAC system from the damage caused by our favorite aspects of the Holiday.

1. Watch out...
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October 8th, 2020

When October rolls around, it's time for some spooky surprises. While seeing your neighborhood children all dress up can be a good surprise, many homeowners worry about some eerie incidents that can happen this fall involving their HVAC system. By knowing the most common spooky instances, you can respond with knowledge instead of fear to solve the problem effortlessly.

The Cold Room

If you have a cold room in your home, and you swear that it is affected by a vengeful ghost, it's time...

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