The Pros and Cons To Both Gas and Electric Furnaces

There’s really no shortcut to determining the best furnace to buy; you need to do your homework. What you need to decide for yourself, though, is how important is energy conservation vs. cost? Choosing between natural gas and electric makes a difference to the environment and where your money goes. Whether you’re building a home… [Read More]

Some Furnace Smells Are Dangerous and Some Are Not. Find Out How To Know the Difference…

Sometimes when you start your heater for the first time after the weather gets colder you may you may get a whole host of  furnace smells. A common smell is a burning smell. Some burning smells are harmless and other can be dangerous.  The following will help you identify these smells… It Could Be Dust… [Read More]

These Are a List of Furnace Sounds That You Shouldn’t Ignore…

Yep… Furnaces make some sound and this posts it meant to let you know which of those sounds to listen to and take action on. It could be a banging or popping sound coming from the duct work or a whistling or humming sound coming from the blower which are normal but the following sounds… [Read More]

Air Conditioning Tips – Beware of These Air Conditioning Myths That May Cost You Money…

Seems like everybody has a way to to save a bit on their energy bills. The following are some myths about Air Conditioning that you’ll want to avoid… Air Conditioners Don’t Really Need Tune-Ups It can actually cost you more in the long haul, if you don’t get your air conditioner tune-up each year. The… [Read More]

Is Your Furnace Not Keeping Your Home Warm? View This List of What To Try and Not To Try…

During the beginning of cooler seasons, we start to think about our heating bills and how to keep warm. There’s lots information available, and here’s a few suggestions that may help you understand some concepts. Turn the Heat Up When we get cold in our homes, the first thing we want to do is turn… [Read More]

Clean Ducts and Vents Help You Breathe Easier and Spend Less on Energy Bills

It’s important to keep your air ducts and vents clean to avoid major consequences regarding the air quality and health of families in your home. Air ducts are not usually on our minds and the thought of cleaning them can be easily forgotten. You can reduce your energy bills and save money by keeping your… [Read More]

Why It’s Best To Replace Your Furnace and Air Conditioning At the Same Time

A properly functioning heating and cooling system can make the world of difference in your ability to be comfortable in your home. If one system breaks down, you may be tempted to only replace that system, instead of both, but that could become an even bigger problem for you down the road. Replacing both systems… [Read More]

What Goes Into Cleaning Your Heat Pump Condenser Coils And Why It’s Just Easier to Have a Mainteance Agreement…

Deep clean your indoor and outdoor coils no less than once a year for the best results this summer. While it’s best to schedule professional HVAC maintenance and cleaning twice a year, we recommend more frequent condenser coil cleanings. The condenser coil is also known as the “outdoor coil” because it is located in the… [Read More]

An HVAC Professional Can Help You Overcome These Common Causes of Poor Indoor Air Quality In Your Home or Office

Your home should provide a place of comfort, safety and rest from your busy day’s activities. However, your ideal home retreat may be affected by an unseen nuisance – indoor air pollution. The United State Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ranked indoor air pollution among the top 5 environmental dangers we’re facing today. Chemical odors,… [Read More]

Why Is My Air Conditioner is Running Constantly? Here are Seven Possible Reasons…

There are numerous reasons why your A/C system may seem to be running non-stop. This may not always be a bad thing, but sometimes it can be an indicator that there is a problem with your HVAC system. A properly sized, energy efficient central air conditioning system will run fairly continuously during the summer months… [Read More]