The Benefits Of Mini-Split Air Conditioning

Many homes have a traditional HVAC system that uses ductwork to force cool air throughout your entire home. While central air systems are not bad, they have several shortcomings compared to other methods. Central AC will require a lot of dedicated space for all of the equipment, can require a lot of maintenance, and be difficult to install after a home is constructed. Mini-split air conditioning can be beneficial over central air conditioning in the following ways. Read More 

Frozen A/C? 2 Things That Could Be Wrong

It seems impossible for your air conditioning unit to freeze up when it is 90 degrees or more outside, right? Well, to be honest, it really is possible for it to happen, and it is actually much more common than you might think. While your first thought may be to grab the phone and call a professional HVAC contractor, there may be a few things that you can do on your own to fix the problem. Read More 

6 Ways To Save Money With Your Water Heater

If you are already saving water by taking short showers and not running the faucet when you brush your teeth, you might be curious about different ways to save cash with your water heater. If you are curious about ways you can take care of your water heater and save money at the same time, this guide will help you. 1. Lend Your Water Heater a Jacket Your water heater stores hot water even if you are not currently using the faucets. Read More 

3 Steps To Finding The Right Replacement HVAC Unit

Do you have an air conditioner on its last legs? Are you wondering how to decide which HVAC unit you should get? Shopping, in general, can sometimes be a frustrating experience. There are either too many choices or not enough choices and then you're left feeling confused. This situation is bad enough when you're shopping for clothes or food, but it's not something that you want to deal with when your house is starting to overheat due to a failing appliance. Read More 

Troubleshooting Air Conditioning Odors

Air conditioning units are exposed to a great deal of contaminants throughout their everyday usage, simply due to the nature that they filter the air that passes through them as they cool it down. Because of their excessive exposure to a wide variety of different particles and materials, air conditioning units can develop specific odors which they can then blow throughout your home, which can be extremely uncomfortable. Thankfully, there are a few things that you can do to troubleshoot specific odors and identify the problem within your air conditioning unit so that you can fix it as soon as possible and get your house smelling nice again. Read More