What Is HVAC Maintenance And Why Is Is So Important?

Posted on: 1 November 2017

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 If so, is it because these systems are old and outdated? If your systems are not extremely old and outdated, the problems you keep experiencing could be a result of lack of maintenance.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

Posted on: 27 February 2017

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

Posted on: 3 January 2017

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

Posted on: 3 January 2017

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]