Why AC Tune-ups Help

An HVAC tune-up is a major service that touches on all major parts of the system. It involves thorough inspection, cleaning, and replacement of defective or worn out parts. Here are some of the major benefits of an HVAC tune-up: Reduced Repair Costs After years of operation, your AC system probably has accumulated dust and debris, loose electrical connections, bent fans, frayed fan belts, and other symptoms of regular use, wear, and tear.   Read More...

Clean AC Filters Can Save You Money

There are a lot of things that you can do to help keep your air conditioning costs down while still keeping your house as cool as possible. One of those things is very easy: simply make sure that the filters in your air conditioner are changed regularly.  Filters The filter is basically a frame with cloth or paper spread in it; the filter itself can be spread flat or it can be set so that it is in pleats.   Read More...

3 Tips For Making Your AC Installation Less Stressful

When it comes to helping your home remain as comfortable as possible, it's a good idea to ensure the temperature is at it's best. This can be difficult to do during the summer months, and it may be necessary to put a new AC in place. Of course, having any major tasks done at your home can be frustrating but knowing top tips to help you feel less stress during this time can be helpful.   Read More...

Stressing About The Cost Of Installing A New HVAC System? Focus Instead On These Potential Savings

Replacing an existing furnace or upgrading from some other type of heat to a central heating and cooling system is an expense that every homeowner must consider at some point during their ownership. Unlike cosmetic updates like painting or installing new carpeting, a dependable heating system is a requirement for the comfort and health of the occupants, as well as the preservation of other major systems of the home, such as the plumbing.   Read More...

The Homeowner's Guide To DIY Spring Maintenance And Repairs In 3 Simple Steps

As the warmer weather approaches, you are going to want to start preparing your AC. Much of the work that needs to be done will require the help of a professional HVAC technician, but there are a few maintenance tasks and repairs that you can do yourself, such as cleaning the AC condensing unit or repairing damaged ductwork. Here are the maintenance and repairs that you may want to do yourself this spring:   Read More...