4 Ways To Keep Your Heating Cost Down

Staying warm during the height of winter may take a great deal of effort. You'll want to ensure your HVAC system is working correctly to do so. However, it can be costly to heat your home when the weather is freezing. This makes it vital to find ways to assist in lowering your heating cost with ease. 1.   Wear extra clothing One of the best ways to help you remain warm without having the heat running all the time is by putting on an extra layer of clothing. [Read More]

Three Symptoms Of An AC Compressor Failure

The summer heat is here, and that means that your air conditioning system is more important than ever. There's nothing better than coming home to a nice, cool house after a day out in the sun. The great part about any central air conditioning system is its ability to keep your entire house at a comfortable and controlled temperature, but like any other complex system, it has many potential points of failure. [Read More]

Going on Summer Vacation Soon? Do This with Your AC and Thermostat First

If your family plans to travel this summer, you might be in a hurry to get your affairs and trip in order. One of the things you might do right before you leave home is turn off your cooling system. Although turning off your AC might seem like the right step to take, it may actually be wrong. Here's what you may do instead. Turn Your Thermostat Up a Notch [Read More]

Why Your HVAC Contractor Has To Install New Air Ducts After A Fire

If your home suffered some damage from a fire, you may be inclined to try to save as much of it as possible. Your home's ventilation system may look like it survived the fire, for the most part, and you may think that there is nothing wrong with it. Your HVAC installation contractor, however, wants to replace the entire system, right on down to the last air duct. Here is why he or she insists on replacing all of your home's air ducts after a fire. [Read More]