3 Spring Maintenance Services That Will Help Extend The Life Of Your HVAC

With spring here, it is time to start maintenance projects around you home. Some of the projects you may be planning to take on can include improvements and repairs to your home. There are also some tasks that can be done to help prevent problems with mechanical systems like your HVAC. Here are some spring maintenance tasks that will help give your HVAC system many more years of use: 1. Change The Filters And Clean Your System Before Summer Read More 

Tips For Dealing With Your Plumbing And Heating In Winter Storms

During the winter months when those major winter storms roll around, there are numerous ways that you need to be prepared. Bad weather means that you will want to stay indoors and have all of the provisions and amenities you need to comfortably and safely ride out the harsh winter weather. Get to know some of the ways that you can best deal with your home's plumbing and heating systems when winter storm systems come around. Read More 

Should You Replace Your Conventional Furnace With A Condensing Furnace?

For decades, the standard in furnace design was to vent the exhaust gases created by burning a fuel out of your house through a vent pipe. The problem with this approach is that these exhaust gases are what your furnace uses to heat your home, and any heat left in the exhaust gases is heat which cannot be used to heat your home. In other words, a conventional furnace will never be as efficient as it could be. Read More 

3 Alternative Solutions To Cool Your Home With Energy Efficient Technology

If you are looking for an affordable way to keep your home cool this summer, you may want to consider some alternatives to conventional HVAC. There are many modern solutions that can help you keep your home cool for less. You may want to consider solutions like ventilation and radiant cooling for your needs. Here are some solutions that you may want to consider for alternatives to conventional air conditioning to cool your home for less: Read More 

3 Malfunctioning Air Handler Parts That Must Be Replaced Instead Of Fixed

A central air conditioning system has an exterior condensing unit that gets the cooling process started and an interior air handler that actually cools the air cycling in through your home. Problems in the air handler can cause your unit to become far less efficient or stop cooling the air completely. Those problems can be as minor as dirty coils that simply need a rinse, to low refrigerant that needs to be refilled and charged by an air conditioning repair technician. Read More