Talking About Furnace Maintenance and Repairs

Finding the Right Installation Location for Your AC? 4 Guiding Tips

An AC is necessary when it comes to delivering conducive temperatures during hot days. To have effective cooling equipment, start by selecting a properly-sized system and the right location to install it. And this task is best left to professionals. This is because wrong positioning may hinder your unit's efficiency and decrease its performance.  When you involve an AC contractor in your unit's installation, they will first evaluate your building's setting to find a suitable location to install the equipment for effective temperature regulation. Read More 

Why The AC Keeps Breaking And What You Can Do About It

It's that time of year again. The days are hotter, the nights are becoming less bearable, and more importantly — the AC is breaking! Whether you can't afford a new AC unit or you're just tired of paying to repair something that should last much longer, there are several steps you can take to ensure your existing AC lasts another year. Here are five things you should watch out for to improve the longevity of your AC this summer. Read More 

What A Home Energy Audit Can Tell You About Your Home

Home energy audits are an option many power companies are now offering. This audit looks for various issues your home energy may experience. The audit takes time to look at all the components that play into your energy efficiency. If any of the components break down or are not working, it can affect your energy savings and costs. If you have never requested a home energy audit, here are some key points it can tell you about your home. Read More 

Problems With The Condenser Coil That Might Keep Your Home From Cooling Down

You may know the evaporator coil in your air handler plays an important part in keeping your home cool. You may not give much thought to the condenser coil since it's outside and out of sight most of the time. It's true that rain helps keep the condenser coil clean, but rain may not be enough. Here's a look at some condenser coil problems and their corresponding air conditioning repairs.  The Coil Is Coated With Grime And Grass Clippings Read More 

5 Things Professional Air Conditioning Contractor Can Do In Your New Home

When you're moving into a new home, there are a lot of things to take care of before you can really settle in. One of the most important is making sure that your new AC system is working properly. Luckily, if you have a professional air conditioning contractor helping you out, they can take care of that for you. Here are some of the things they can do to get your home cool and comfortable as soon as possible. Read More