How To Get Your Central Air Conditioning System Ready For Summer

When the first hot days of summer roll around and you turn on your air conditioner for some cool relief, it's a major frustration when your air conditioner sputters and fails to kick on. Prevent that from happening by getting your air conditioning unit ready to go before hot weather sets in. Here are some things you can do. Check The Outside Unit If your condenser cage wasn't protected with a cover during the fall and winter months, it might be clogged with leaves and other debris. [Read More]

Central Air Conditioning System Problems In A House

Is it a waste of energy to turn on your central air conditioning system because it doesn't keep your house cool anymore? Have you decided that getting the air conditioner repaired is too expensive for what you can afford? If you have not spoken to a technician about the problem, it isn't wise to assume that the repair will be costly. The root of the problem might be related to something that is minor and can also involve other aspects of your house. [Read More]

Electric Furnace Maintenance Grants You Affordable & Comfortable Winters

The furnace is a vital appliance to maintain, especially during the colder months of the year. Not only does this help improve heating efficiency, but it prevents serious safety hazards from occurring. If you have an electric furnace, you'll want to take the following actions.  Replace a Dirty Air Filter Even though it's not expensive, one of the most important parts of your electric furnace is the air filter. Since it's designed to collect dirt and debris, it tends to get dirty. [Read More]

Bug Off! 3 Helpful Tips For Eliminating Pests In Your HVAC System

Your heating and cooling system (HVAC) is often considered an essential part of the home. After all, it keeps your home comfortable year round. Unfortunately, your HVAC system must exchange air from both inside and outside your home in order to work properly. This makes it incredibly easy for bugs and pests to enter your home – and create a new nest right inside your home. But worry not. There are steps you can take to reduce the likelihood of creepy crawlies entering your home. [Read More]