Squirrels can be among the threats to an air conditioning system that homeowners are the most likely to overlook. However, it is important to protect these expensive and complicated HVAC systems from all potential sources of damage and performance problems. Take Squirrel Damage As A Serious Threat Seeing squirrels around your air conditioning system might not seem as though it should be a serious concern. However, squirrels have the ability to damage your air conditioning system in a number of different ways.
22 October 2019
When you like to make sure that your house is always nice and cool, you will need to keep an eye on the condition of your central air conditioning system. This way, when something starts to go wrong, you will have a chance to get it repaired before the problem starts to get any worse. To help make sure that you are going to be able to do that, you will want to spend a little time reviewing the following signs of central air conditioning trouble.
9 September 2019
Are you in the process of constructing a new home? If so, you'll need to select the heating method that will be used to warm your home in the winter. New construction gives you the opportunity to put in any type of heating system you can imagine. Here are a few different heating options you have to pick from. Radiant Heat One of the most comfortable ways to heat your home is by using in-floor radiant heat.
2 August 2019
Heat pumps are meant to hum away, doing their jobs without making too much ruckus. If yours is calling a lot of attention to itself by making loud noises, there's a reason for it. The heat pump is probably broken in some way, and the noises are its way of letting you know. Here are a few of the common problems that can cause a heat pump to operate loudly, along with some tips for addressing them.
26 June 2019
You probably chose a propane furnace because it is efficient and the fuel that it uses is relatively affordable for your budget. However, your propane furnace may be getting a little older, so you are starting to have some problems. Just like you might have problems with furnaces powered by electricity and natural gas, you can have issues with your propane-powered unit. Check out some of the most common problems with a propane-powered furnace system and the likely causes behind them.
24 May 2019
Cooking at home should be fun and delicious. But when everything you pull out of the oven is well-done on one side and almost raw on the other, cooking can be frustrating! Rest assured—uneven cooking is almost always due to a problem with the oven, rather than anything you are doing or failing to do. Here are a few common reasons why ovens start cooking unevenly. 1. A Faulty Thermostat
16 April 2019
When it comes to your home's furnace, you may feel like you are looking at a car engine with many components that you do not understand. However, understanding how your furnace works is a great way to know how to troubleshoot problems and diagnose the need for repairs. Here is what you need to know about the furnace's gas valve. Components While a gas valve will often be referred to as one part, it is actually made up of several different components.
28 February 2019
Any time your furnace breaks down, you likely weigh the pros and cons in your head for repair or replacement. Here are some reasons to get a brand new furnace installed instead of dealing with an older appliance. New Furnaces Are High Efficiency There have been many advances in HVAC technology over the years that have helped furnaces become more efficient, which means you'll waste less energy to produce the same amount of heat for your home.
21 January 2019
Programmable thermostats can increase your HVAC system's efficiency, save you money on your monthly energy bills, and help you maintain a more consistent, comfortable temperature throughout your home. Unfortunately, if you don't use your programmable thermostat correctly, or make a few common mistakes, you won't reap the benefits of this amazing technology. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your new programmable thermostat: Read the Owner's Manual Thoroughly
11 December 2018
If you live in an older home that isn't able to accommodate the ductwork required for a central air conditioning unit, you may think that you're out of options. However, that's not the case. Ductless air conditioning may be the way to go. Ductless air conditioning allows you to cool your home down during the summer without the use of ducts. This is extremely beneficial for homes that don't have adequate attic or crawlspace between the outer roof and the inner ceiling.
3 November 2018