Heating And Cooling Blog
What Are Some Common HVAC Misconceptions?
Some of the HVAC advice out there that’s taken to be true is actually false. Following HVAC misconceptions can end up raising your energy bills, creating the need for unnecessary repairs, and shortening your HVAC system’s life span. Let’s help you out by listing some of the common misconceptions that homeowners labor under in a […]
Use These Building Materials at Home to Help Your HVAC Unit
Are you planning a home remodel or are you building a new home from the ground up? Many of the decisions you make can have a direct impact on the overall efficiency of your home and its HVAC system. In fact, the building materials you choose can make it easier for your heating and cooling […]
Check These Important Parts of Your AC Every Spring
You want your air conditioner to be working perfectly and efficiently every time you need it in the summer. Spring AC checks go a long way toward ensuring a trouble-free cooling season. Here’s a checklist for your spring AC checkup.
How Should Your HVAC Equipment Be Stored in Your Home?
If you’re planning a major home renovation or you’re building a new home, don’t forget to plan well for the HVAC system. You’d be surprised how many architects, both commercial and residential, leave planning for the HVAC until last and then have no place for correctly installing HVAC equipment. This can lead to system inefficiency […]
Home Safety Hazards Can Always Crop Up with Your HVAC Unit
While residential heating and cooling systems are designed and engineered to operate as safely as possible, HVAC safety hazards can still occur. Furnaces and air conditioners integrate moving parts, electrical wiring, high temperatures, and toxic substances, and they are installed in certain areas of the home that may present hazards. That’s why maintenance and repair […]
Natural Ventilation in Your Home Can Help Your IAQ
You may have heard that the air quality in our homes tends to be much worse than that which is outside. The reason? These days, new-home construction is very tight so that HVAC systems can work more efficiently, saving the homeowner money on utilities. In the old days, those loosely constructed homes wasted a lot […]
Do You Know the Most Common HVAC Acronyms in the Industry?
As a homeowner or business owner, you certainly don’t need to know everything about HVAC systems or equipment. However, it’s often helpful to understand a handful of industry terms for whenever you need service. To get you started, here are some common HVAC acronyms that would be a good idea to learn:
Why Biannual HVAC Tuneups Are a Good Thing for Your Unit
To properly maintain your household’s comfort level, it’s imperative that you take care of your heating and cooling systems. One of the best ways to do this is to schedule a biannual HVAC tuneup of your equipment. Below, we’ve outlined a few reasons why this will be extremely beneficial for your home.
Is It Wise to Combine Your Heating and Cooling Units?
Nowadays, we have heating and cooling systems that can meet practically every need, from lifestyle and interior design to budget and home size. As you determine your specific needs, you’ll want to choose between having separate or combined heating and cooling units. So what are the benefits of having separate systems? Or is it better […]