Repair Vs. Replace: Boiler Edition

Posted by on Nov 28, 2017 in Blog, Heating |

Now that temperatures are getting chilly, homeowners are relying on their heating systems more than ever. But if your boiler suddenly breaks down this winter, you’ll be left out in the cold. Of course, regular maintenance can help reduce the need for emergency heating and air service, but boiler failure may take you by surprise. In that case, should you opt for boiler repair or complete replacement? It can be tough to know which is best...

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Ductless Heating FAQs For Homeowners

Posted by on Nov 17, 2017 in Blog, Heating |

Temperatures are starting to cool down and homeowners across the country are starting to turn up the heat. But while there’s no question your home needs to be comfortable and cozy, you might be able to do it much more efficiently. That’s where a ductless heating system might come in handy. Let’s take a closer look at these types of systems and why you might benefit from installing one in your home. What exactly is a ductless...

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Weird HVAC Noises You Should Never Ignore

Posted by on Nov 3, 2017 in Blog |

During seasonal shifts, most homeowners rely on their HVAC systems to keep their houses comfortable. But if your peace and quiet is being constantly interrupted by unsettling sounds emanating from your furnace or air conditioner, chances are that you won’t enjoy spending time at home. These noises aren’t just annoying, though. They usually signal some very serious problems that could require extensive HVAC repairs or even...

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The 5 Cs: Prepare Your Air Conditioner For Winter With These Handy Guide

Posted by on Oct 9, 2017 in Blog |

We may have just bid goodbye to summer, but cooler temperature will be setting in before you know it. That makes early fall one of the best times to ready your air conditioner for the colder seasons. Failure to perform regular cooling system maintenance now might mean you’ll need extensive air conditioner repairs or even replacement much earlier than expected. Before you crank up the heat this winter, you should go through this five-step...

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Common Air Conditioning Calamities: What NOT To Do With Your AC Unit

Posted by on Aug 14, 2017 in Blog |

Temperatures are still sky-high in many parts of the country, which means you’re probably making good use of your home’s AC unit. After all, two-thirds of all homes in the U.S. have had air conditioner installation at some point in time, and most of us rely on AC service to keep our houses cool and comfortable during the most miserably hot days. But just having an air conditioner isn’t enough to ensure your surroundings are...

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Bigger Isn’t Always Better: Signs Your Air Conditioner Is Too Large For Your Home

Posted by on Aug 11, 2017 in Blog |

For most Americans, having a cool and comfortable home is key in the summertime. After all, nearly 88% of newly constructed single-family homes included air conditioner installation in 2011. But while beating the heat is a must, it’s a bad idea to buy a unit that’s too large for your home. Heating and cooling companies can help you to determine what size air conditioner will work best for your property. By neglecting their...

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