What Everyone Needs To Know About HVAC Systems

  • Preparing Your Air Conditioner For Winter: Four Steps To Take

    4 August 2016

    When hot summer days are nearly gone, it's time to start thinking about winterizing your air conditioner. This can help to make sure your unit is ready to power on next year, which can help to reduce costly repairs to your HVAC system. Here are a few important steps to take to winterize your AC. Have Your HVAC System Inspected Having your HVAC system inspected should be part of your regular maintenance plan.

  • Should You Repair Or Replace Your Furnace?

    4 August 2016

    If you have an older furnace, it is more likely that system components will wear out and necessitate a repair. If you have a minor problem like a failing pilot light or thermocouple, then it probably makes sense to make a repair. On the other hand, if your system needs a major repair, you should at the very least contemplate replacing your furnace.  Operation Costs Over the years, the government has enforced more stringent requirements for furnace efficiency on furnace manufacturers.

  • 3 Tips For Transitioning Your HVAC System Into Fall And Winter

    4 August 2016

    During the warmer months, one of the last tasks on your mind is preparing your HVAC system for the fall and winter. As the cooler months approach, now is the time to check your system to determine if it is sufficient to withstand whatever mother nature has to offer. Keep Your Outside Unit Clean Do weekly inspections of your outside unit and clear the area around it of debris or grass.

  • Why Use A Ductless AC System?

    4 August 2016

    The standard type of AC unit for use in a home is a central air system. Such a system will have a set of coils located in a central location inside your home and a second set of coils located outside your home. Because of the central location of the evaporator coils, your unit will have to use a system of ducts to push cold air to the various rooms in your home.

  • What You Need To Do If Your AC Stops Blowing Out Cold Air

    3 August 2016

    What would you do if your air conditioner suddenly stopped pushing cold air into your home? Sure, you can call a local air conditioner repair company to have a technician resolve the problem. But, before you do that, you might want to try cleaning your AC unit. The part of your air conditioner that sits outside your home is called the condenser. Over time, it collects dust, debris, and dirt. If it gets too dirty, your air conditioner won't blow cold air into your home.

  • 4 Ways To Disguise The Air Conditioner In Your Yard

    3 August 2016

    For those who live in hot climates, central air conditioning is not just a luxury, it's a survival mechanism. Yet many people still regret the nuisance that a large, boxy condenser unit creates in their yard. If you would like to learn more about minimizing the visual impact of your air conditioner, read on. This article will discuss four effective strategies. Ornamental Fence Perhaps the simplest, and the most common, way to disguise an obtrusive air conditioner is to have a fence erected around it.

  • Getting More Efficiency from a Central Heating Unit

    3 August 2016

    A central heating unit is a great way to heat a house, but in order to get the most from your system, you need to make sure that it runs as efficiently as possible. While installing the most efficient furnace you can afford is a great place to start, there are more steps you need to take in order to make sure that your system runs as its optimum level.