Air Conditioner Issues: Common Problems to Avoid This Summer

Now that summer’s upon us and the temperatures are scorching, many families are completely reliant upon their AC units to keep them cool on a daily basis. In fact, two-thirds of all U.S. homes have residential cooling systems for exactly this reason. But unfortunately, as many of us know all too well, HVAC systems and home appliances don’t work perfectly forever. If you fail to keep up with regular AC repair and maintenance, you may find yourself in the middle of a heat wave with no relief. Want to avoid HVAC problems this summer? Keep an eye out for these common occurrences and contact your local heating and cooling repair […]

How To Make Your Home Heating System More Eco-Friendly In 3 Easy Steps

Fall is finally upon us, which means families all across the country will be turning on their home heating systems soon enough. But with an increased emphasis on green living, many homeowners are looking for ways to save energy (and money) without sacrificing comfort. Fortunately, there are a number of ways, ranging from basic to extravagant, to make your fall heating more eco-friendly. Below are three simple steps to reduce your HVAC system’s environmental impact this season. Install a programmable thermostat Just think about the times when you’re at work or your family is asleep: is the heat still set to the same temperature as it is during other times […]

Should You Ever Run Your Dehumidifier In Winter?

Fall is finally here, and that means that homeowners will soon be cranking their furnaces up and running their space heaters to make their homes more comfortable. Space heating alone accounts for around 45% of energy bills, but those extra costs are often accompanied by a lot of dry air. Most of us know that humidifiers can help fix that problem and add moisture when needed. But are there certain cases that might require homeowners to run their residential dehumidifiers during winter? The answer is yes, but only in specific circumstances. If you do need to use residential dehumidifiers during the colder months, you’ll likely need them only in your […]

3 Reasons Summer Is Actually The Best Time To Get Your Furnace Inspected

In summertime, you’re probably more concerned about your cooling needs than making sure your home has heat. But it won’t be long before you’ll need to think about firing up those home heating systems again. And if you’ve gone too long without regular maintenance, you might be in for an unwelcome surprise. Many HVAC experts say that up to 75% of their no-heat calls in winter are due to a lack of service. That’s why it’s better to get a head start on making sure your furnace, ducts, and other components of your system are working the way they should. It might surprise you, but summer is actually the best […]

3 Signs You Need Immediate Air Duct Cleaning

There’s no doubt that spring is here, and that means it’s time to clean house. But in your quest for cleanliness, it’s important not to overlook necessary HVAC repairs and maintenance. After all, the average American household spends 2.7% of their income on energy bills; if your system has a lot of build-up, you’ll likely end up paying more. Regular air duct cleaning will keep your system running smoothly and your family feeling healthy. However, the following three signs indicate you’re probably long-overdue for air duct cleaning. If you spot any of these signs, be sure to call us right away to schedule an appointment. 1.Visible dust, debris, and pet […]

Get Your AC Unit Ready For Summer With These 3 Easy Steps

Summer is right around the corner, and most Americans will soon be cranking up their air conditioners to fight the heat. But before you turn on the air, you need to make sure your system is in tip-top shape. Under normal circumstances, your heating and cooling needs make up around 43% of your monthly utility bill. But if you’re in need of critical HVAC repairs, those operating costs will be much higher. Worst of all, you may find yourself in the middle of a heat wave without any help from your residential cooling system! That’s why it’s better to be certain that your cooling system is problem-free before summer sets […]

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3 Reasons to Schedule an Air Conditioner Inspection This Spring

In many parts of the country, the temperatures are starting to get balmier. Before the hot and sunny days of summer are upon us, homeowners should have their air conditioners inspected. By getting your AC repairs done early, you’ll never have to deal with a sweltering house in the middle of a heat wave. Here are just a few reasons you should schedule your AC repairs and inspections during the spring. Increase energy efficiency Over the course of a year, your AC unit can become clogged with dust, pollen, and debris. This can really impact how well your air conditioner operates, which result in higher energy bills and may even […]

How to Prepare Your AC Unit For Spring in 5 Easy Steps

Spring may have just begun, but it’ll be summer before you know it. If you want to stay cool in summer — a necessity for most Americans, as nearly two-thirds of all U.S. homes have air conditioners — you need to get ready ahead of time. By prepping your AC unit this spring, you’ll be able to ensure good air quality and address problems before they get worse. A residential cooling system technician can help you get your AC unit in excellent working order before the temperature heats up. But if you want to handle some of the prep work yourself, be sure to follow these five easy steps. Clear […]

Boilers, Furnaces, or Heat Pumps: Which is Best For Your Home?

If you want to be comfortable in your home throughout the changing seasons, having an adequate heating system is a must. But if you’re planning on building or renovating your house, you might be confused about which type of heating system will work best. Most homeowners will decide between three different types of central home heating systems: furnaces, boilers, or heat pumps. Each of these heating systems functions a bit differently from the others, which means that there are distinct advantages and disadvantages of each. Below, we’ve broken down the differences between these systems, as well as their pros and cons. Furnaces Furnaces work by heating the air in your […]