Many HVAC units will have an average lifespan of 15 to 20 years. When the unit begins to fail or operate inefficiently, you might notice a spike in your electricity costs. You may also notice that the heat never quite gets to where you want it to be. It is important to have a professional […]Read more
We’re passionate about having a heating pump or furnace inspected and maintained every year. If you’ve read our blog before, you know that we believe it’s a sound investment. Scheduling furnace maintenance can feel like an inconvenience, but we believe it’s the best way to keep your system running all season long and to avoid […]Read more
The smell of pine trees and the cold air are often associated with winter by many people. For others, it’s the scent they notice when the heating in the house is turned back on for the winter. Many homeowners may worry that something is wrong with their heating system when a strange smell starts to […]Read more
Homeowners often face a difficult choice about deciding between repairing or replacing their HVAC equipment due to cost, home comfort, health, and safety precautions, as well as the impact the solution will have on the environment. Things to consider Before deciding whether to repair or replace your HVAC system, consider your home’s indoor air quality. […]Read more
In the hottest months of summer, your air conditioner can be expected to work extra hard. If you’re finding that your air conditioner is leaking water, consider that this may mean the AC needs to be looked at. What causes the extra water? Most modern air conditioning systems have an indoor and an outdoor unit. […]Read more
The air filters are responsible for maintaining your home’s HVAC system free of dust and debris. You would be surprised at how quickly it accumulates on your equipment. Following the coronavirus pandemic, AC filters have gained more attention. With concern about the airborne transmission of the virus, some experts are recommending the use of more […]Read more
Air conditioning systems are meant to keep a home cool and comfortable, so look for the ideal conditioner for your house. There are many things to take in to account when you are first deciding to replace your existing unit. Consider the steps below to make an informed selection. What kind of Air Conditioner do […]Read more
Nothing is more aggravating than turning on your air-conditioner for its first seasonal use – and nothing happens! To minimize your frustration, make sure you are familiar with your breaker panel box, know where your air filters are located, and how to properly set your thermostat. More tips can be found at AC Troubleshoot Tips […]Read more
Frustration can arise when your furnace, the primary source of heat for your home, suddenly stops working, in the dead of winter. A furnace is designed to move heated air through ducts and deliver it to rooms throughout the house. A furnace is powered by electricity, natural gas, or fuel oil. A variety of issues […]Read more
What if it gets really cold outside and your heat pump doesn’t seem to be heating well?
You could have one of these issues with your equipment.