Heating and AC Information

Types of Boilers for Homes
February 23rd, 2021

As the wintertime rolls back around, you may be concerned with the thought of your home's heating. If it's time to invest in a new type of heating system, you may have been doing some research on boiler systems. These are great options for keeping energy costs low and ensuring that your home stays nice and toasty throughout all the cold winter months.

How Do Boiler Systems Work?

All types of boilers use hot water as their primary source of heat. This water is heated via a fossil fuel...

February 9th, 2021

Many people consider their garage to be an extension of their home and a place they can enjoy watching entertainment or performing different woodworking projects throughout the year. During the colder seasons, it can be uncomfortable to spend as much time in the setting, making it necessary to know the best ways to heat the garage.

1. Use a Space Heater

Space heaters are extremely useful in directing heat to specific areas of the garage when you're working on repairs or are organizing...

4 Reasons Why Your HVAC Unit is Overheating
January 21st, 2021

A common problem with HVAC units arises when they work too long and too hard, resulting in overheating. Once the unit overheats, it could either trip the circuit breaker or stop working altogether.

To prevent yourself from falling victim, it would be best to acquaint yourself with the reasons that could cause the overheating. Top reasons why your HVAC unit could be overheating include a clogged air filter, dirty condenser coils, low refrigerant, and lack of professional maintenance....

January 7th, 2021

With so many people glued to electronic devices while stuck at home, energy costs are rapidly rising throughout the United States. Not only is this bad for the environment, but it is also hard on the wallet. To bring awareness to our rising energy consumption, National Cut Your Energy Cost Day was created. This special day is celebrated annually on January 10. These are the four best ways you can honor the special day by reducing your energy consumption.

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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....

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