A Look At The Blower In Your HVAC System And How It’s Maintained

Your HVAC system is made up of air conditioner and furnace parts. Some parts only work part of the year depending on whether you want hot or cool air. Other parts, such as the blower, work all year because they are shared by the AC and furnace. Here's how the blower in your HVAC system works and the maintenance and repairs it could need. How The Blower Works The blower is a fan that's located in the air handler. Read More 

The Basics Of Cleaning Your Home’s AC Ducting

Cleaning the ductwork is a key step in maintaining your home's air conditioning system. Ideally, a homeowner should have their ducting cleaned every few years. However, those with a more limited understanding of this HVAC maintenance may not be as diligent about scheduling it every few years. What are the Benefits of Professional HVAC Duct Cleaning? Dirt and other debris in the ducting can severely impair the performance of the HVAC system. Read More 

When Do You Need A Furnace Repair Service For Your Propane Furnace?

It's worth noting that even minor faults in the furnace can cause energy loss. According to the US Energy Information Administration, space heating takes up about a third of the energy used in the average American home, making it the largest energy expense for most homes. Inefficient heating systems can therefore cause energy losses and high costs. This article discusses faults common in propane furnaces and how a furnace repair service can fix them. Read More 

Here Are The Major Types Of HVAC Systems

HVAC means heating, ventilation, and air conditioners. HVAC systems ensure you're comfortable in your home or office as they provide heating and cooling to regulate the interior temperatures of buildings. HVAC systems offer various benefits, including boosting indoor air quality, regulating indoor moisture and energy conservation, and helping you sleep well. You should assess the different types of HVAC systems before installation to know the option that suits you best. This article discusses the major types of HVAC systems. Read More 

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

You should expect your furnace to blow cool air only at the beginning of a heating cycle before the heat exchange process picks up. However, if your system has been running for at least half an hour or longer and it's still blowing cold air, you may have a problem. Note that this can be frustrating, especially on a cold evening when you need your heating unit the most. As such, you may want to learn why your system is blowing cold air and see if you can resolve the issue. Read More