How To Keep Your Furnace Clean

The quality of the air in your home is dependent on how well you keep up your HVAC system. Many people don't realize how important the furnace is when it comes to the cleanliness of the air inside their home. They think that the furnace is really only responsible for producing hot air and pumping it into their rooms. In reality, the furnace is also responsible for filtering the air and removing bad, allergen-filled air from your home. Read More 

2 Things You Need To Consider When It Is Time To Replace Your Air Conditioning System

If you think your air conditioning system is on its last legs, it is time to start thinking about replacing your air conditioning system. Purchasing a new air conditioning system is a big choice, so you want to make sure that you enter into this buying decision well informed. Air conditioning systems generally last at least one to two decades, so you want to make sure that you make the right investment. Read More 

What Will Your HVAC Contractor Do During A Heating Tune-Up?

Most HVAC companies recommend having your system tuned up once a year, preferably in the fall before you turn the heat on for the coming season. Tune-ups can improve efficiency, quiet down a noisy furnace, and help you get a few more years out of your appliances. But what will the technician do during the tune-up appointment? To some extent, this depends on the type of furnace you have, how old it is, and whether you've been experiencing any problems. Read More 

Central AC Vs. Window Units

When it comes time to install AC in your home, you have quite a few options. Generally, you need to choose between installing central air-conditioning or window AC units. This article discusses the key differences between the two. It should help you decide which will be best for your property. Window AC Units There are many great things about window AC units. First of all, they are very convenient and easy to install. Read More 

3 Energy Efficient Solutions To Keep Your Home Cool During Summer Heat

There are many things that you will want to do to make your home more energy efficient. One of the biggest consumers of energy in your home is the HVAC system. During the summer months, the AC is working nonstop to cool your home. When the air conditioner in your home has become old and inefficient, you will want to replace it with a more efficient system. Here are some of the best options to efficiently cool your home during the hottest days of summer: Read More