Making Sure Your Furnace Doesn’t Aggravate Your Sinuses

As the heating season starts up for the year, you are facing another season of allergies, bloody noses and sniffles. Rather than turning off the heater and putting on a coat, try these techniques to make sure your heater doesn't kill your sinuses. Get Your Ducts Cleaned Over time, dust can collect in your ductwork. That dust will circulate through your air and get pushed out into your home. You can dust your furniture all you want, but until you go to the source, there is little that you can do. Read More 

Should You Buy An Air Conditioner Cover For Your Outdoor Condenser?

With winter approaching, some homeowners may be starting to wonder if they should put a cover for their air conditioner condenser. It's only natural to want to protect your air conditioner when snow and rain are on the way. Should you buy an air conditioner cover for your outdoor condenser? Air conditioner covers actually don't do anything to protect the condenser. In fact, air conditioner covers can do harm to your condenser. Read More 

2 Potential Problems With Your Air Conditioner’s Evaporator Coils – And How To Fix Them

Evaporator coils for a central heating and cooling unit are typically located within the air handler portion of the furnace. The evaporator coils receive liquid refrigerant, which is passed along from the outside condensing unit, and convert the refrigerant back to gas. This conversion causes the coils to become cold. A blower fan cycles air from inside your home across those coils and out your vents to produce the cooling. Read More 

4 Things To Check Before Calling Your Air Conditioning Repair Service

If you notice that your air conditioning is not working as it should or it is not working at all, then your first instinct would probably be to call your local air conditioning repair service. After all, living in the heat can be absolutely unbearable.However, before you do this, you should consider checking these four things first: The Power: First off, be sure that you check if the power in your home is working. Read More 

4 Ways To Maintain Your Air Conditioner In The Winter

It's easy to discount your air conditioner with the weather cooling down outside. Unfortunately, becoming too complacent could mean that your AC fails to work next summer. Wondering how you can maintain your AC this winter? Read on to find out your next steps.  1. Change Air Filters If you want to keep an efficient air conditioner, you need to replace and clean air filters regularly. Failing to do so means that you are contending with clogs and filth blocking the flow of air. Read More