During the winter months, keeping the interior of your home warm will require an energy-intensive and powerful heating system that will produce and distribute enough warmth for the entire house. When you are needing to upgrade the performance of your heating system, the installation of a new furnace system can help to meet this essential need. Avoid Choosing A Furnace That Is Underpowered Given Your Needs A common mistake that can be made when a person is choosing a heating system is failing to consider the actual heating needs of their house.
30 December 2020
Learning to care for the HVAC system in your house can be a bit overwhelming as a new homeowner. Your heating and air conditioning can be easily overlooked until the weather is unfriendly and you find yourself with a broken unit! There are a few things you can do to help educate yourself and take better care of your HVAC system so it will work for you longer. Here are four ways you can help maintain your HVAC.
10 December 2020
It's a good practice to drain your water heater tank periodically to get rid of sediment buildup. If you wait too long, your water heater might get noisy and make popping sounds. Flushing out a water heater should be a fairly easy process, but it's possible you'll turn the valve to release water and nothing happens. Here's how to deal with a clogged water heater valve. The Valve Opening Can Fill With Sediment
11 November 2020
A cool home is refreshing, invigorating, and inviting. Few things can give you a much-needed burst of energy like stepping into the house on a hot day and immediately feeling cold air wash all over your body. You are given a welcoming reminder that you are now in your castle and are free to relax and unwind. However, when your air conditioner (AC) goes out, you get the exact opposite experience.
6 October 2020
Winter is going to sneak up quickly, making fall the perfect time to get in any necessary repairs on your heater so it is ready to keep you warm when the temperatures drop. Repair #1: Calibrate the Thermostat Your thermostat is essential to the overall operation of your heater. The thermostat controls when your heater turns on and off and needs to work properly in order for your heater to work properly.
23 September 2020
Most households rarely use their air conditioning systems during the hot months. This leads to the accumulation of dust and other forms of debris in the entire air conditioning system. The best way to handle the situation and prepare for the summer is to clean up and service your AC. This ensures that your cooling system is up to the task by the time the hot weather sets in. Here are crucial tips you should follow to maintain your air conditioning system.
31 August 2020
Your furnace is an appliance that you may not pay much attention to until it stops working. That's why it helps to know the basics of how the furnace works so that you can troubleshoot common problems. This can help let you know if the furnace news to be repaired by a professional or if you can fix it yourself. Know How Gas Furnaces Work Start by knowing the basics of how a gas furnace works.
28 August 2020
If your home has a gas or electric furnace, you can generally expect it to last for 15-20 years before it will need to be replaced. If your home's furnace is showing its age, you might be starting to shop around for furnace replacement options. It's no secret that new furnace installation can be expensive, but the good news is that there are some steps you can take to optimize your budget.
31 July 2020
The average homeowner's opinions abound concerning the best way to care for HVAC systems. However, many of them are honestly misadvised by passed-on information or just plain lies on the Internet. These four HVAC myths will clear things up along with the air you breathe. Myth #1: Bigger is Better in the World of HVAC Bigger systems utilize more energy and struggle with controlling indoor humidity levels. Ensuring that your HVAC system is properly sized for your home not only makes it more efficient, but it enhances comfort levels throughout the space.
6 July 2020
There are a lot of different ways animals and pests can affect your air conditioner that can lead to the need for repairs. By understanding the effects animals and pests can have on your air conditioning can put you in a better position when it comes to keeping it running well. Here are some of the things that you want to know: Rodents can chew wires Any of the wiring in your house can be chewed by rodents and this includes the wiring that goes to the air conditioning system.
2 July 2020