New Heating System Being Installed In Your Home? What You Can Expect

If you are going to be getting a new furnace installed in your home, you may be wondering what all of this entails and what to expect during and after the process. An expert team from your HVAC company will be at your home to discuss the ins and outs of what is going to be done and anything that you may need to do before they arrive at your home. Read More 

Common Thermostat Problems You Should Watch Out For

A thermostat is a small object in your AC, which is why many homeowners disregard its importance. It's the device used to send instructions to the blower fan and air conditioner. A small malfunction of the thermostat can cause multiple issues with your AC. In some cases, air-conditioning repair focuses on the thermostat. Here are some common thermostat problems. Short-Cycling Miscalibration of your thermostat can cause short cycling. This is when your air conditioner's cooling cycle is interrupted. Read More 

Tips For Homeowners Using Duct Cleaning AC Services

As air conditioning units have gradually progressed over the years, more AC services have become available to homeowners with these units. One that's certainly impactful is duct cleaning, a service that can help you maintain cooling efficiency. If you take these steps, having this service completed by an AC company won't be difficult. Cover Furniture up Prior to Cleaning When your ducts are cleaned by a professional company, a lot of dirt and debris can get stirred up. Read More 

5 AC Myths That Can Cost You

Certain home air conditioning myths can cost big money in terms of reduced efficiency, poor cooling, and maintenance issues. Knowing the myths can help you avoid a costly mistake. 1. Cranking Down the Thermostat Cools More Quickly Walking into a hot house can be miserable, but turning the thermostat down all the way won't cool the house more quickly. All it does is increase the chances that it will be forgotten and left at the lower temperature for a long time, thus leading to an over-cooled house and increased energy usage bill. Read More 

What To Know About Using A Dual Heating System For Your New Home

Are you building a home in an area without natural gas and need to find a way to heat the home effectively? It may be worth looking into a dual heating system that utilizes electric and propane heat to maximize your energy efficiency. Use A Heat Pump As The Primary Heating Method A dual heating system means that you will have a primary method to heat your home, which will likely be with a heat pump that is run off of electricity. Read More