17 July 2019
Is the drain pan on your air conditioning rusted or damaged and leaking water? If so, make sure you aren't putting off repairs. An air conditioner with this type of problem might appear to be working malfunction-free, but it does not mean that everything is okay. Learn what could be in store for you if you put off this repair. 1. Water Damage It doesn't take a large amount of water to cause damage to a home.
12 June 2019
In a perfect world, you would be able to replace your air conditioner every 10 years as recommended by your HVAC company. But sadly, this is the real world, where air conditioners are not cheap, and you can't always afford to replace your unit at the first sign of old age. If you're left dealing with an aging AC unit this summer, you may worry that it will give up the ghost and leave you roasting in a hot home mid-August.
2 May 2019
Having one type of heating appliance and choosing to convert to another type of heating appliance may benefit you in the long run. If you are not choosing to convert, but you are forced to convert because your current furnace or boiler has kicked the bucket, then that is likely a good thing, too. However, you should be aware of some of the most complicated heating installation conversions and why they are complicated.
18 March 2019
Right about now, you may be laughing -- after all, a plumbing leak is obvious, right? The faucet drips non-stop, or the pipes under the sink make everything just a little bit wetter. Maybe there is a little water in the basement. What exactly would be the big deal about plumbing leak detection, and why would you need to detect such things sooner? Actually, you might be surprised by the answers to this very question.
4 February 2019
Do you or does anybody in your household suffer from severe hay fever or allergies? Obviously, you will want your home to be as clean and dust-free as possible so it can be a safe haven from allergens. But some people end up having worse allergies inside their home than they do when they are outside. There are so many possible contributing factors when it comes to allergens inside a building.
27 December 2018
Many people will forget about their furnaces until they suddenly realize that winter has set in. This isn't the best time to be rushing about trying to find a contractor. The waiting line may be long and the charges will be much higher if you need emergency services. The first thing any homeowner should know about furnaces is when to maintain them. It's not a good idea to carry out maintenance when you already need to run the furnace all day and night.
23 November 2018
If your new home has a gas-powered forced-air HVAC system and you are unfamiliar with how it works, then it's important you understand its basic parts and how they function. With a clear understanding, you can easily troubleshoot problems and perform basic maintenance on the system when it becomes necessary. Below you will find a list of gas-powered HVAC system parts and how they function, followed by some information about how to care and maintain your system between professional inspections and repairs:
13 October 2018
If you have a furnace in your home, it is important to keep it maintained properly. This will not only help the furnace last longer but offers other benefits as well. To help you below are two reasons to have a professional maintain the furnace each year. Keeps You and Your Family Healthy A healthy furnace also makes your home healthy. One reason for this is the furnace helps keep the humidity levels at the right level.
11 September 2018
If your heating repair company is held back a few days or even a week, and you have to go without your heater working properly, you may be wondering how on earth you are going to function. Even though you can move in with your family or friends for a few days until your heating repair company fixes everything, that may not always be the most feasible or convenient option. This article will list a few ways that you can heat your house while your furnace is being repaired.
14 August 2018
The air conditioning drain line plays an important role in the overall function and well-being of your air conditioning unit. Most people are aware that an air conditioning unit cools air, but what you may not realize is that the unit also helps to reduce moisture or humidity in the air as it cools your home. The moisture that is pulled out of the air has to go somewhere, which is where the drain line comes in; the drain line helps to discard the moisture so it doesn't build up in the unit, causing rust and corrosion.