Understanding HVAC Services

How To Shut Down Your Furnace

Homeowners spend a lot of money on HVAC. That is, heating and cooling can be among your most substantial utility bills. So, it is understandable to want to do whatever you can to reduce HVAC energy consumption. Of course, there's always the option of investing in brand new appliances, like a new furnace or condenser unit. However, this is usually too expensive for most budgets. If you can't afford to invest in a brand new, energy efficient furnace, you can still do your best to make your furnace more efficient.   Read More...

3 Ways To Cut Back On The Drafts In Your Home

If your home is not warm enough during the winter time, it is most likely because you have too many cold drafts throughout your home. Little pockets of cold air can really cool your house down, no matter how long your run your heater. #1 Stop Drafts Around Electrical Boxes You may be surprised at all the cold air that comes in around your electrical outlets. Lots of cold air is able to seep in around your electrical outlets because most electrical outlets are not properly insulated.   Read More...

3 Tips To Help Avoid DIY HVAC Repair Disasters That Could Cost You More

Sometimes, when there are repairs or maintenance that need to be done around your home, you are tempted to take on the problems on your own. Before you get started with HVAC repairs, you will want to know what needs to be done and what could possibly go wrong. Some of the repairs to your HVAC system should be completed by a professional HVAC technician. Here are some tips to help avoid DIY HVAC repair disasters that often end up costing you more:   Read More...

How to Ensure Your Windows Don't Affect Your AC Efficiency

Your air conditioner's energy efficiency depends on so many things, even your windows have a role to play. From the design to placement and material, different aspects of your window can affect the AC's energy efficiency. Therefore, keep these things in mind to ensure that your windows don't make your AC energy inefficient: Install Energy Efficient Windows If your windows aren't energy efficient, then they are probably letting unconditioned air into your home and also letting heat pass through them.   Read More...

How To Improve Home Air Quality In The Winter

In the winter, your home can become a veritable breeding ground for dust and other airborne contaminants, which can aggravate allergies and respiratory conditions. However, you don't have to suffer through until the summer months roll around. Instead, there are a number of things that you can do with your home's HVAC system to improve your winter air quality and increase your comfort levels within your home. Change the Air Filter   Read More...