Problems With Your Heater? 3 Tips To Ensure Maximum Efficiency Next Winter

Now that spring is here and you're using your heater less often, it's time to get ready for next winter. This is particularly true where your heater is concerned. Spring is the perfect time to assess your heater. Here are a few tips you can use that will help you avoid issues with your heater next winter. Schedule a Home Energy Audit If your home isn't staying as warm as it should, the problem might not be your heater.   Read More...

The Warning Signs That You Need Your Air Conditioner Repaired

One appliance that is crucial to keep working during the summer is your home's air conditioner. However, knowing that an air conditioner needs repair is not always easy. Here are some warning signs that mean you should contact an HVAC technician to service your home's air conditioner. Large Puddles An air conditioner that's working very hard is likely to create some condensation near the unit. One thing you want to watch out for is when the water around the unit is excessive, such as large puddles.   Read More...

Keep Your Cool: Why Spring Should Start With An AC Tuneup

Winter may be sticking around for a few more weeks, but spring will be here before you know it. When it finally does arrive, you'll want to start the season with an air conditioner tuneup. Don't wait until summer. If you do that, you could find yourself on a long list of customers waiting to get their air conditioner serviced. An air conditioner tuneup during the spring will ensure that your AC is ready whenever the warm weather makes a return.   Read More...

4 Factors To Consider Before You Switch From A Furnace To A Heat Pump

If your heating bills are skyrocketing, or if your home is uncomfortably cold due to an aging furnace, you may have considered replacing it with a heat pump. Heat pumps typically offer greater energy efficiency than furnaces — this is especially true if you have an older furnace. This can help you significantly cut down on your heating costs during the winter. Unfortunately, they're not perfect for every situation. Heat pumps have difficulty transferring heat when the weather outside starts to dip below the freezing point.   Read More...

Time To Shut Down The Cold: When Air Conditioning Season Is Definitely Over

Air conditioning for most people is a hot weather sort of thing. When the last days of autumn finally turn chilly enough that you need the furnace on all the time, it is time to shut down the air conditioner for the season. Here is how to close it down and prep it for late next spring when warm temperatures return, and you are trying to avoid sweating while standing still.   Read More...