image description

Author Archive

Air Conditioning and Allergies: What You Need to Know

Allergies affect more than 50 million Americans throughout various times of the year. However, it’s actually allergens or “triggers” that cause issues with sneezing, watery eyes, and other common allergy symptoms. But did you know your air conditioning system can also play a role in the presence of allergens in your home? It’s Not Your […]

How to Detect a Faulty Thermostat

A well-functioning HVAC is vital for home comfort. Any differences in your air conditioner’s efficiency are troubling, but first, inspect the thermostat before contacting an HVAC specialist. Minor thermostat issues may mimic more severe problems with your HVAC system and directly affect your comfort and the efficiency of your system. When thermostat issues arise, they […]

HVAC To-Do List for Spring 2021

After a long cold winter, most of us are looking forward to the springtime. While you might be ready to get outside and have some outdoor fun, it’s important that you think about the necessary maintenance tasks that need to be completed around your home. When it comes to your HVAC system, many essential tasks […]

4 Reasons Why Your HVAC Unit is Overheating

You likely use your HVAC unit throughout the week to maintain a comfortable temperature in the building, whether it’s the middle of winter or you’re in a heatwave. Over time, some issues can start to occur with the system if it doesn’t get the necessary attention or care it needs. If the HVAC unit starts […]

3 Best Tips for Heating a Garage

More and more homeowners realize the benefits of adding heating systems to their garages. With time, the technology used to keep garages warm has changed significantly to improve efficiency and safety. Why should you heat your garage? The following are some of the top reasons: You’ll Prevent Freezing Damage If you’ve dealt with a dead […]

Why You Should Consider a Furnace Replacement

As the warmth of summer fades away, homeowners are getting prepared for those long winter nights. If you’ve been using that same old furnace for decades, it’s likely time to consider an upgrade. You don’t want to wait until the chill of a cold winter’s night to discover that your furnace has decided to call […]

National Cut Your Energy Cost Day

January 10th rings in another National Cut Your Energy Costs Day. This day is all about business and homeowners taking a few moments to consider more energy-efficient options for their needs. When you save more energy, it’s not only good for the environment, but it’s good for your wallet too. Reducing Home Heating Costs For […]

How to Choose the Right Thermostat for your Furnace

Here is an easy way of saving money on your heating and cooling bills, replacing your old thermostat with a new thermostat. Most people think that all thermostats effectively serve the same purpose, but there is a crucial difference that few seem to be talking about: their features. There are many thermostats with varied features […]

HVAC Tips for the Holidays

It’s that time of the year that we look forward to spending with our family and friends. Much of our time is spent inside huddled around the kitchen table or watching the big game in the living room. The last thing you would want to happen is to have your HVAC unit fail or not […]

Wooden house held in hand in front of blue sky and water background

Homeowners insurance can meet costs if your HVAC unit suffers damages from perils. Examples of hazards include fire, explosion, falling objects, and hailstorm. However, there are instances that the insurance won’t meet the repair or replacement costs. We take you through what homeowners insurance covers and the exceptions. When Homeowners Insurance Covers HVAC Units Homeowners […]