10 Easy Tips for Reducing Your Energy Bill This Summer

Do you almost have a heart attack when you see your summer energy bills? Here are 10 ways to reduce your energy costs without sacrificing you or your family’s comfort: Use Programmable Thermostats: Set your thermostat to automatically shut off the AC when you’re away and save up to 10% per year on your energy [...]

By | May 20th, 2016|AC Repair|0 Comments

The Importance of Air Filters

Air filter maintenance can prevent possible damage to your HVAC system while keeping it running at peak efficiency. Changing your system’s filters also cuts down on its greenhouse gas and carbon monoxide emissions, but most importantly, regularly changed air filters ensure optimum indoor air quality for you and your family. Prevent Damage to Your HVAC [...]

By | May 10th, 2016|Air Quality, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

It’s Time To Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Summer

On the first hot day of summer, when you turn on your air conditioner you want it to work. Now’s the time to make sure that it will be ready to operate and cool your home efficiently when you need it. After sitting unused throughout the winter, your unit may need a bit of preventative [...]

By | April 14th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Include an A/C Tune-up on Your Spring Cleaning Checklist

Spring has arrived and many of you are working on your spring cleaning checklists. Be sure to include an air conditioner tune-up on that list. After sitting outside all winter, your air conditioner needs a tune-up to check its parts, fluids, and lubricants. With hot weather right around the corner, it’s getting ready for its [...]

By | April 2nd, 2016|AC Repair|0 Comments

Keep Your Home’s “Lungs” Clean for Optimum Indoor Air Quality

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) recommends having your air ducts inspected every two years and depending on your location and the conditions within your home, your air ducts need to be cleaned every four to eight years. Your HVAC system recirculates dander, dust, mold, pollen, and bacteria filled air, on average 5 to [...]

By | March 9th, 2016|Air Quality, HVAC Repair|0 Comments

Combat Cold, Dry Air with a Whole Home Humidifier

Temperature is just one factor in total home comfort, especially in dry weather. Cold air leads to dry homes buy when properly controlled, humidity offers many proven benefits to your health, home and comfort. Dry Air Can Damage Your Family’s Health Physicians and other experts often recommend controlling humidity to prevent the damaging effects of [...]

By | February 24th, 2016|Air Quality|0 Comments

Save Money and Energy with Programmable Thermostats

By turning your thermostat down 10 - 15 degrees for 8 hours, you can save 5 - 15% a year on your heating bill! Installing a programmable thermostat can help reduce your energy consumption and lower your energy bills by adjusting the temperature automatically throughout the day, based on the habits in your household. Different [...]

By | February 15th, 2016|Energy Savings, FAQs|0 Comments

Choosing the Right HVAC Filter

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air pollutants rate among the top five environmental health risks. Home improvements such as air-tight construction and insulation may prevent drafts and save on energy costs, but they contribute to poor indoor air quality by preventing the circulation of fresh air into your home and trapping pollutants inside. [...]

By | January 22nd, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Replacing Your Furnace

Replacing a furnace is an important decision with long term implications. Besides being an important financial decision, you are also making a choice that affects your family’s health and safety. Price and Efficiency While the price of a new unit is important, you should also consider a new unit’s efficiency. Since a new heating system [...]

By | January 14th, 2016|Furnace Repair, Heating Repair|0 Comments

Important Indoor Air Quality Considerations

Attached garages provide homeowners with an area for storing vehicles and a home’s mechanical system, as well as often providing personal storage and work areas. Unfortunately, the gases, vapors, and fumes produced by the vehicles, paints, and appliances can affect your home’s indoor air quality. Carbon monoxide, VOCs, and mold can get into your home through [...]

By | December 26th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments