None of us expect a disaster to happen, but you never know when one might take place. If you lose heat to your home for any reason in the last of these winter months, you’ll need an alternate heat source until the problem is fixed. Alternative Heating Options Be sure to be prepared with alternative […]
Winter is right around the corner, which means it’s time to take preventative measures before it’s too late! We know the importance of keeping your family home comfortable during the winter months, which is why we created a winter preparation checklist for you. Be sure to go through the checklist starting with windows and doors, […]
As the temperatures start to lower and the winds begin to pick up, your furnace is even more important than ever. Be sure to take the best care of it this season, and maintain your furnace as efficiently as possible. Every year, you should have somebody take a look, to ensure it will continue running efficiently […]
Although fall is the season most homeowners will have their furnace serviced, spring is the time to take preventative measures. Spring is the time to make sure your furnace is in good condition to prepare it for fall and summer. While servicing your furnace, this is a great time to check that your air conditioner […]
You’ve been running your heater for hours trying to heat up your house but you can’t get rid of that frigid air. You reach up to feel the air coming out of the vent and in shock you feel cold air! Before calling an HVAC company, here are a few things you can try. Check […]
Do you have a sore throat, watery-itchy eyes, and a runny nose? Are you tired of coughing, sneezing, and having shortness of breath? Does your head start to ache every time you’re in your home? Feeling more tired and sluggish than usual? Enough is enough, now is the time to take action! The dust and […]
What Is A Furnace Filter? A furnace filter is a removable filter that fits inside your furnace between the air intake location and the fan, heating coil, and motor. It was designed to protect the motor and other mechanical parts from a number of airborne particles that could ruin the furnace. A standard fiberglass filter […]
There are maintenance steps to undertake monthly, seasonally, or once a year. Depending on the nature of your HVAC system, there are things that you may need to perform every month.
Though the same ductwork that supplies the cold air from your air conditioner in the summer supplies the heat in the fall and winter, you should still ensure that it is in good condition with the transition of each season.
There have been many changes in the homes of recent years that have increased the amount of energy spent, and others that have worked to once again decrease our carbon footprint while still reaping the benefits that can come from these advanced technologies.