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  • A Simple Way To Improve Your AC System

    11 May 2017

    Summer is almost here and there has never been a better time to get your AC system up and running and at maximum efficiency. While most people will call in professional HVAC contractors to service their system, you might be able to do a few of the jobs by yourself. You don't need a bunch of training, experience, or special tools to complete some simple but effective tasks that will make your system run a little smoother.

  • Comparing Radiant And Convection Space Heaters

    9 May 2017

    Radiant and convection space heaters are two of the most common types of space heaters available on the market. While both variants work to provide heat to the room that they are installed in, they do so in different ways, and thus each possess a distinct set of advantages and drawbacks. Understanding the differences and checking out the HVAC reviews between each type of space heater can help you choose the one that best fits your heating needs.

  • Spend Time In These Cool Locations When Your Air Conditioning Is Broken

    3 July 2016

    The moment you realize that your home's air conditioner isn't working properly, you should act quickly and call a licensed A/C repair service to get into the queue for a repair visit. If the contractor is busy, he or she may not be able to visit your home for a few days to diagnose the problem and get the repair work started. In the meantime, there's no need for you to suffer sitting around in a house in which the temperature is rapidly increasing.

  • If Your Pipes Have Frozen Before, Here's How To Keep It From Happening Again

    6 April 2016

    If your pipes have frozen in the past, it's important to take steps to make sure this does not happen again. You may have gotten lucky and not suffered any damage last time, but frozen pipes are prone to bursting -- and burst pipes can flood a home and cause dramatic damage. Here's how to protect your freeze-prone pipes when an intense cold spell is coming on. Keep cabinets and cupboards open.

  • Three Signs That Can Spell Trouble For Your Furnace

    15 March 2016

    It's no joke when your furnace stops working, especially if the breakdown takes place in the middle of a harsh stretch of the winter. When you're facing this problem, there's some good news and some bad news. The good news is that a licensed HVAC contractor in your community will be able to visit your home, determine the problem with your furnace and have it up and running again soon. The bad news is that the severity of the breakdown could have been prevented if you'd be able to notice some early warning signs of issues with the furnace.

  • Looking To Install A Heat Pump? Here Are A Few Things You Need To Know Beforehand

    4 February 2016

    Heat pumps work to provide your home with cool and warm air, making them the ideal solution for homeowners everywhere. Since these units can cool your home just as well as that of a traditional air conditioning unit, many people are switching to them and ditching their large air conditioning systems. This all around solution has been helping homeowners like you for quite some time. For those who have never thought about installing one of these units, here are a few things you need to know.

  • Natural Well Water Pollutants You Should Know About

    1 February 2016

    Truthfully, you are going to find pollutants in well water systems. Contrary to what a lot of people assume, a large number of those pollutants actually come from nature as opposed to man-made sources. After all, water flows along the landscape and comes in contact with streams, rivers, ponds, soil, rocks, and sand. During that time, it comes in contact with a number of impurities. While some of the things the water comes in contact with are harmless, others can be hazardous to your health.