What can you do to get rid of such furnace troubles? We have three pieces of advice.
Take an honest assessment of your air conditioner—do you think that it can last you through the rest of the summer?
Now that it is *officially* Spring, it’s time to turn off that furnace and get that air conditioner blowing!
If it sounds like your furnace is throwing a wild party in your basement, then now is the time to call in a trained HVAC professional for help.
As temperatures become cooler and cooler, the air becomes drier and drier, and before you know it, we’ll be sneezing, wheezing, and coughing all over the place! Coincidence? We think not!
If you keep reading, you’ll find some of our favorite ways to keep cool during a hot summer.
Your ductwork is perhaps one of the most important components of your air conditioning system.
A broken down air conditioner during the middle of summer is definitely one of the worst things you can experience as a homeowner.
Installing a ductless system in your home is one way to boost efficiency and save money on annual cooling and heating costs.
If you own a heat pump, you are likely well aware of its benefits: it’s versatile, efficient, and quite effective at providing you with year-round comfort. But, what happens when it gets too cold?