3 Ways To Help Your Furnace Keep You Warmer This Winter

With winter right around the corner, the time to address any issues with your home's heating system is now. You don't want to wait until the first cold front hits. You may find yourself waiting behind numerous other procrastinating homeowners to schedule a service call with a reliable HVAC technician. There are some simple things that you can do to help ensure your furnace is able to maximize the heat produced within your home this winter. Read More 

3 Ways To Set Up A Smart Air Conditioner System

The advent of smart home technology has allowed for more customization and control over many of your home's components, and your air conditioner is one you can work with. Rather than working with a simple thermostat on the wall, you can make use of smart air conditioning systems to give you wireless control via apps, to enable voice control, and even to control the temperatures of individual rooms. 1. Use A System With An App Read More 

Condenser Problems: Why Won’t Your Outdoor AC Unit Come On?

If your outdoor air conditioning unit fails to switch on when you turn on your cooling system, check is the thermostat to see if it's on the correct setting. If your thermostat is functional, you'll need to inspect the outdoor unit personally. The unit could have something wrong with it's condenser coil. In some cases, the electrical contacts inside the unit could be loose or rusted. Follow the simple tips listed below to troubleshoot your condenser unit. Read More 

How To Fix Holes In HVAC Ductwork

If you notice decrease heating and cooling efficiency and an increase in energy bills, the ductwork could have a hole. Most ductwork is made from thin sheet metal, which can easily get damaged. A hole in ductwork may also blow dust, suck hot air into the vents, or blow cool air in unwanted spaces. You should be able to fix the hole in sheet metal ductwork yourself following these tips. Read More 

Can A Whole House Fan Lower Your Air Conditioner Bills?

When you're living in a hot climate where summer arrives while the rest of the country is enjoying spring, the costs of air conditioning can add up quickly over the course of a year. Searching for a way to cut down your air conditioning costs, even by just a small percentage per month, can result in the savings of hundreds of dollars per year if you're running your air conditioner for six to nine months a year. Read More