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Hot Water Heater Troubles: What You Should Know About The Safety Reset

Household water heaters are an important appliance, though they are also one that's usually out of sight and out of mind until something goes wrong. Unfortunately, few homeowners know what to do when they get in the shower and are met with nothing but cold water. Here's a look at what you need to know about malfunctioning hot water heaters and when to call for a repair. Understanding The Safety Reset Read More 

3 Signs That You Need Heating Services

The heater that you use to warm the inside of your home might be experiencing problems that should be addressed by professional HVAC contractors. Signs that your unit is malfunctioning may not be so obvious, and it is important to check your heater regularly so that it continues to function at its best. Addressing even minor problems as soon as possible can save you from having to endure future costly repairs. Read More 

When Renovations Impact Comfort: Reasons to Consider a Mini-Split

Well-planned renovations are a great way to get more from existing living spaces or claim new ones, such as when an unfinished attic or basement area becomes a much-needed guest room, home office, or game room. But even the most carefully planned renovation projects can sometimes homeowners facing an unexpected issue. One such issue is when the home's existing HVAC system cannot comfortably heat and cool the newly finished space.  Read More 

3 Differences Between Installing A Commercial HVAC System Vs. A Residential HVAC System

You might have had a residential HVAC unit installed in your home at some point or another, so you might have some experience with HVAC installations. If this is the case, then you might think that you know what to expect when installing a commercial HVAC system. Although there are certainly a lot of similarities between having a system installed in a home and a commercial building, there are a lot of differences, too. Read More 

2 Reasons Your Furnace Is Short-Cycling

When you turn on your furnace, you expect it to run for a full cycle and then turn off for at least the same amount of time it took to run the heat cycle. If your furnace keeps turning off and back on quickly, you are experiencing something called short-cycling, which occurs when your thermostat turns off before it actually heats your home up and then turns back on shortly after. Read More