Trees, Evapotranspiration, And Reducing AC Costs

Posted on: 23 May 2016

You do not necessarily have to have the latest, most energy-efficient equipment in order to have the most cost-effective AC system. To be clear, keeping your house cool starts with buying a highly efficient AC system, but you can boost the function of your air conditioner by planting trees, This is a low-tech solution because trees are nature's air conditioner.  Shade Is Only the Beginning The sun's UV rays will heat up objects. [Read More]

What Guarantees Do You Want From An HVAC Contractor?

Posted on: 29 February 2016

Selecting an HVAC contractor is one of the most difficult decision a consumer has to make. Most of the time, you need expensive work done now, but you have no idea who the local HVAC contractors are let alone how reliable they are. One of the best ways to make sure you're making the right choice is to find out what guarantees and contractor makes and how they back them. Here are a few of the guarantees you consider non-negotiable. [Read More]

Two Tricks For Improving Your Furnace Function

Posted on: 5 February 2016

Furnace efficiency does not stay consistent over time. Thus, if you buy a high-efficiency furnace, you can't pat yourself on the back with the assurance that you have done everything in your power to lower your fuel usage and heating costs. Instead, you need to take steps to ensure the continued optimal functioning of your furnace unit. Among other things, you need to inspect for and repair any leaks in your ductwork. [Read More]

The Most Popular Types of Heaters

Posted on: 1 December 2015

Setting up HVAC in your home or business can be a pretty complicated proposition, since there are so many different options to choose from. To help make your life a little easier, here is a breakdown of the most popular types of heaters: Central Heating The most common option for heating is often central heating, which is also the most heavily integrated heating system as well. This ultimately means that you need to have a dedicated ventilation system in order for central heating to work properly. [Read More]