You're buying an oil-heated home but know nothing about heating a home using oil? Not to worry! There are only a few things you should do that are just slightly different from living in a home that uses an alternative source of energy:
There’s nothing worse than being let down by the miracle (science) of air conditioning you rely on to keep your home comfortable. We all know these things do happen – especially without regular maintenance. Not only is it important to have your condensers checked and air filters replaced, but it’s also best to know the reasons your air conditioner might not be doing its job before it stops working. This way you’ll know how to avoid the problem and when to call a professional. So, before you call in your HVAC squad, let's check the two places that could tell us why your AC is blowing hot air.
June 21st means summer is finally here! School is out, temperatures are rising and now is when we all start to feel that heat and HUMIDITY. Don't sweat it, here are a few tips to efficiently keep your home cool this summer...
Is the air flow in your HVAC system weak? Are your energy bills higher than usual? Do you have itchy eyes or a runny nose? You might have a clogged or dirty air filter. 60 seconds is all it takes to learn the shocking truth about the importance of changing your air filter. Changing your filter could change your life... True story.
The hottest days of the summer are here! The thermometer is soaring and the humidity is so high you could wring out the air like a wet shirt. You can almost guarantee you’ll be uncomfortable as soon as you step outside. Good thing your home is air-conditioned. However, air conditioning and HVAC units do not last forever — 12 years is the average lifespan. The moment they fail is usually when you need them the most. There is good news! Not every A/C problem is an emergency. Here are a few issues [...]
Your heating and cooling systems require regular maintenance to keep them running properly. Homeowners should stay on top of monthly maintenance tasks to improve their systems performance and maximize its efficiency. Here is a list what you should inspect, clean, schedule, and set for the month of September: 1. Air Filters During times of heavy cooling system use, your air filters should be inspected frequently to make sure unwanted dust and dirt haven’t collected or clogged up your system. You may find it necessary to replace air filters sooner than the [...]