Indoor air quality should be high on your list when it comes to health concerns and the overall comfort of your home. Many things can have an impact on indoor air quality, but the main component is your furnace...
When preparing your furnace for the winter, the first thing you should do is check your filter and replace it as necessary. You should also change your thermostat so it is now in heating mode, rather than cooling mode like it may have been before....
It's 100 degrees and your AC just went out. Now you face a miserable wait for a technician while the temperature in your home creeps upwards towards "uninhabitable."
With the temperatures rising as the dog days of Summer approach, we all turn on the air conditioning and try to hide from the sweltering heat. At the same time, our electric bills shoot through the roof. What can you do to lower your energy demand this summer without suffering through a heat wave?
During the brutal heat of the summer months, the last thing you need is walking into your home after a long day and finding out your AC unit isn't working. Before you find yourself saddled with a failed AC unit, pay attention to the sounds and signs that it is giving you.
There are some easy ways to cut your air conditioning costs down without suffering through Las Vegas' hot evenings. Even if the heat wave hasn't hit, you can start preparing now.
A common question for many homeowners today is "When should I replace my furnace?" It can be very costly to replace a furnace, so there may be times that repair seems like the better alternative. However, there are three situations that spell out a clear need for a furnace replacement.
If your furnace is running constantly but your house still doesn’t seem comfortable, it could be time to make some changes. Check out these three tips for bringing down high heating bills.
Annual tune-ups help air conditioners run more efficiently and help increase the lifespan of the air conditioner. Learn why fall is a great time to schedule your annual AC maintenance.
Air conditioners can freeze for a variety of reasons, but it most commonly occurs when there is a blockage within the system that prevents air from properly flowing through the various AC components, as well as when Freon levels are too low.