Before you leave for your next summer vacation, you might think twice before turning off your home’s A/C.
Your old air conditioning unit is on its last legs and you’re looking for a new one. The problem is, you don’t know what type of HVAC system will best suit your home. How do you decide?
Deciding how to heat and cool your home? You probably have two options: a central HVAC system, or window units in individual rooms, but which one is better?
Warm weather usually means grilling and days in the sun, but it can also mean something else: a seasonal spike in your electricity bill. Here are five ways to keep your bill down and pocket that money for your next vacation.
Every year for the past seven years, I have received a letter in the mail from my landlord informing me that they have scheduled a local air conditioner company to come to my house and service my AC unit. I have the same reaction every time – I roll my eyes, think to myself, “Is […]
Many homeowners turn their air conditioner off during the day to conserve energy and save money on their electricity bill, but at the end of the billing period they see no return for their efforts. So what is going on?
The terms retailers and manufacturers use when describing air condition systems can seem foreign to the everyday buyer, making purchasing a new air conditioner a daunting task. One common term, the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, or SEER, rating, is important to understand before you make a purchase.
Whether you buy your system from us or somewhere else, you will need to know what kind of system you are replacing. Here is an introduction to the two most common HVAC system types.
When was the last time you replaced your home’s air conditioning filter? Do you remember? If you don’t, your bank account probably does and so do your allergies. If you tend to let the task of switching out your return air filter slip your mind, it’s time to think twice. The Health of Your HVAC […]