How To Access And Clean A Furnace Pump

Servicing your own HVAC system is a great way to ensure that your utility bills don't increase due to a basic problem. There are a few simple repairs that you can do on your own, even if you don't have any HVAC experience. One of the best DIY HVAC repairs is to clean your furnace pump. Here is how to safely open up and access your furnace, and the best way to clean the pump. Read More 

Got A Malfunctioning Heater? 3 Things That You Shouldn’T Do When You’Re Trying To Warm Up

If your heating unit has recently malfunctioned on you, you are probably trying to do everything you can to stay warm while you are waiting on a HVAC technician to get out to your own and have a look at the unit. You are gathering all the blankets in the house and probably cuddling with your significant other (if you have one) or maybe even your dog to try to stay warm. Read More 

3 Maintenance Tips That Can Keep Your Air Conditioner Working Efficiently

The most important thing that you can do to limit your cooling costs and keep your air conditioner working as efficiently as possible is to properly maintain your cooling system. Listed below are three maintenance tips that you can follow in order to keep your air conditioner working efficiently. Check the Air Intake Filter One maintenance task that is frequently overlooked by many homeowners is checking the air intake filter, which is a major problem because a lot can go wrong when the air intake filter is clogged. Read More 

How To Clean Your Air Registers

Does it feel like your heating and air conditioning systems are laboring? Have you noticed decreased air quality in your home when you are running your heat or AC? If you're having problems, the first thing you should do is make sure the air registers around your home are clean and fully functioning. This article explains the best way to remove the registers from the wall and properly service them. Read More 

Trees, Green Roofs, and AC Savings

When you think of ways to save money on air conditioning, it is likely that you do not think about covering your roof with plants and planting trees to shade your condenser coils. This is probably because you have never fully appreciated the cost-saving benefits that you would gain by doing so. A green roof and strategically planted trees can not only help with reducing heat gain but also with making your AC system work better. Read More