What’s Involved In AC Maintenance?

Even though we're coming out of the warm summer months and moving into the winter, it's still worthwhile to think about what activities you need to plan to make sure your air conditioner is ready for next spring. For many people, air conditioning maintenance services are done primarily by their HVAC company, but in case they're not, you'll still have to contact one directly to do most of the things on this list. Read More 

Common Myths Associated With Furnace Costs

For many consumers, the cost of heating their homes takes a huge bite out of their monthly budget. This is why you have decided to do your homework and figure out ways you lower your heating bills. Unfortunately, a lot of the information you have read and heard about the cost of owning and operating a furnace are not true and that advice could be costing you money. Here are a few of the most common myths and misconceptions relating to the cost of operating your furnace. Read More 

Signs You Need A New AC Unit In Your Home

Your AC unit is one of the appliances you don't want to do without. Whether your current air conditioner is costing you more money in repairs and maintenance than it's worth, the unit is not operating as it should, you want a new air conditioner, or you have other reasons for needing to change out your AC unit, here are reasons you might want to consider an air conditioning installation in your home. Read More 

AC System Repair: Signs You Need It ASAP

When your AC goes out, you'll suddenly be under an onslaught of hot air, or you'll have a serious electrical issue on your hands. Niether of those things are something anyone would want to deal with, so it's important to have AC system repair done as soon as these services are needed. The key is in realizing when immediate care is necessary when it comes to AC repair. Your AC repair specialist will give you a quote for repairs, which usually includes the service call base, the materials costs, and the labor involved. Read More 

4 Possible Reasons Your Furnace Runs But Your Home Is Still Chilly

It's frustrating when your furnace runs but your house is still chilly. There are a few causes for this problem, and you probably want a solution so you don't waste money on a high power bill and still feel cold in your house. Here are four possible reasons why your furnace isn't warming up your home. 1. The Filter Is Clogged A clogged filter can cause so many problems with your furnace that it's worth checking it first when your furnace is malfunctioning. Read More