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What to Consider When Purchasing a New Furnace

Experts recommend that you replace your furnace if it is more than 15 to 20 years old. You should also consider replacing any furnace that does not have vent dampers or a draft fan, has a pilot light rather than electronic or hot-surface ignition, or it is a coal-burning model that has been converted to [...]

By | January 24th, 2017|Furnace Repair|0 Comments

8 Fun Things to Do at Home This Winter

“I’m BORED!” Chances are you’ve heard a little one say that during a long day indoors or you may have even thought it yourself. Whether it’s raining, a blizzard, or just plain freezing outside, you can still have a fun day! Put on your coziest pajamas and try some of these activities. (You’ll notice there [...]

By | January 16th, 2017|AC Repair, Furnace Repair, Heating Repair|0 Comments

Does Your Home Have a Heat Pump?

Air-to-air heat pumps absorb heat from one space and transfer it to another by way of a heat exchanger (often a fin or coil), making them an energy-efficient alternative to traditional furnaces and air conditioners. They will keep you warm in the winter and cool in summer by using less energy which will result in [...]

By | December 20th, 2016|Heating Repair, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

When Should I Replace My Furnace?

As cold weather sets in, you may be wondering if it is time to replace your furnace. While they are a significant financial investment, you may be spending more money keeping your old furnace than you would if you replaced it. Here are a few factors to consider: Age The average life expectancy of your [...]

By | December 16th, 2016|Furnace Repair|0 Comments

Maintain Proper Humidity in Your Home or Business This Winter

The humidity level of the air in your home or business can affect the comfort of your family, guests, and coworkers as well as the proper functioning of the heating and air conditioning units. When humidity levels are not maintained, your home or business environment will not only feel uncomfortable, but you, and everyone around [...]

By | December 5th, 2016|AC Repair, Heating Repair, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

Maximize Your Heater’s Efficiency This Winter

Does the onset of cold weather have you dreading upcoming heating bills? Being proactive can dramatically reduce how much you’ll spend keeping your home warm and toasty this winter. Take some time today to make sure your heating system is operating at its optimal performance level with these tips. Insulate the Attic Access Door An [...]

By | December 1st, 2016|Furnace Repair, Heating Repair, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

Is Your Home Heating System Really Ready for Winter?

Don’t wait until the first cold day to think about your heater! We already discussed a few ways to prepare your HVAC system in our last 2 blog posts, such as cleaning your outdoor unit, replacing air filters, and troubleshooting heat loss spots in your home. Now, before you start running your system full time, [...]

By | November 1st, 2016|AC Repair, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

Reduce Your Home’s Heat Loss by Checking These Trouble Spots

Before winter sets in, take a quick tour of your home to check these trouble spots and you can slash your heating bills without sacrificing comfort. Windows and Doors Lock doors and windows to create tight seals against weatherstripping and check them for air leaks that could allow drafts to enter your home while heat [...]

By | October 18th, 2016|Furnace Repair, Heating Repair|0 Comments

Autumn HVAC Prep

The fall season is here and cooler weather is right around the corner. Even if the temperatures aren’t dropping just yet, it’s important to think ahead and perform necessary maintenance on your home. This includes preparing your HVAC system for its upcoming heavy winter workload. A few tasks you can perform yourself but much of [...]

By | September 30th, 2016|AC Repair|0 Comments

Workplace Air Quality Concern: Sick Building Syndrome

The modern office worker spends 90% of their time indoors, and while most modern office buildings are generally considered safe and healthful working environments, workers can still be susceptible to sick building syndrome. In 1986, the World Health Organization coined the term “sick building syndrome” (SBS) to describe the negative health effects caused by poor air ventilation [...]

By | September 27th, 2016|AC Repair, Heating Repair, HVAC Repair|0 Comments