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 

Guidelines For Insulating Your Attic

Plenty of homeowners are living in houses that are under-insulated but don't even know it. When you don't have the proper insulation, you can see your home overhead costs go up and won't be nearly as comfortable inside your home as you could be. The attic is the most important place to key in on for insulation since so much of your home's thermal control happens in the roof. Think of these tips below, so that you are able to get what you need out of your attic insulation: Read More 

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