• Tips For Improving The Air Quality In Your Home

    Keeping the air quality inside your home as high as possible is important for ensuring that you are able to comfortably breathe while you are in your home. Properly caring for the ducting will be an important part of avoiding air quality issues. To help you with minimizing the issues that poorly maintained ducting can cause, you will want to consider some basic guidelines. Avoid Blocking The Vents With Furniture [Read More]

  • Smelly Furnace? 2 Odors That Could Signal A Problem

    The furnace is a key part of your heating system, but most homeowners do not place enough emphasis on maintaining this important part of the home. While surprising, certain odors coming vents while heating could signify a problem with your furnace. By knowing these smells, you will know when and if your system needs maintenance or repairs. Here are a few odors that are stemming from an underlying issue with your furnace. [Read More]

  • 3 Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs Repairs

    Central air conditioning is a great way to beat the heat during the summer months. However, if you haven't been maintaining your air conditioner, it may not be as efficient as it should be, but a repair may be just what you need. If your air conditioner has been acting a little funny, check out these three signs your air conditioner needs repairs. The System Shuts off or Cycles too Often [Read More]

  • Three Types Of Heating Units

    Do you live in a property where the heating unit doesn't keep the house as warm as you want it to be? The unit may be so old that it can no longer do its job as well as it used to. There may also be issues with the heating unit that need to be repaired. Usually the costs of repairing the unit are better than replacing it altogether, but in some instances a replacement just can't be helped. [Read More]

  • What Is HVAC Maintenance And Why Is Is So Important?

    Do you experience problems with your furnace or air conditioning system almost every single year? If so, is it because these systems are old and outdated? If your systems are not extremely old and outdated, the problems you keep experiencing could be a result of lack of maintenance. Like any systems, HVAC systems need maintenance, and they need this regularly. Here are several things to know about HVAC maintenance, its importance, and the benefits it offers. [Read More]

  • Temperature/Pressure Relief Valve Installation Mistakes And Increased Risks Of Water Heater Explosions

    If you intend to heat your home with a water heater, it is important to be mindful of the Temperature/Pressure Relief (TPR) valve. This is because this valve plays the important role of protecting a water heater from explosions. It does this by preventing the unnecessary buildup of pressure that usually occurs as a result of thermal expansion. Installation mistakes can cripple the functioning of this valve. And when this happens, it exposes a the tank to risks of explosion. [Read More]

  • Busting 3 Urban Myths On Home Heating

    Today more than ever, many homeowners are looking for ways to make their HVAC units more energy efficient. Unfortunately, there are many myths and urban legends on how to cut costs on heating. Most of these fallacies could actually result in energy wastage instead of cutting down utility costs. This article seeks to set the record straight on energy efficiency in your home by busting 3 popular myths on heating and air conditioning. [Read More]

  • 2 Reasons to Consider a Radiant Heating System

    One of the best choices that you can make when installing a new heating system in your home is to choose a radiant heating system, mostly because of the wide range of benefits and advantages that it can provide over a traditional furnace-based heating system. A radiant heating system functions a bit differently than a traditional system as the heating element is provided by water pipes or electrical panels that are located inside of your walls and floors. [Read More]

  • Preventative Maintenance For A Central Air Conditioner

    Do you constantly have to spend money on repairs to keep your central air conditioning system working in a satisfactory manner? If you are ready to go longer periods without the need for the system being repaired, investing in professional maintenance on occasion might resolve the problem. Unless you simply have an old system that is about to go out altogether, preventative maintenance is a wise investment. This article will give you an idea about the most important types of maintenance that should be done for better operation from the air conditioning system. [Read More]