Heat pumps are central to AC systems. If your heat pump is not clean and working properly, your air might not be as cold as it supposed to be. Additionally, you might end up with large utility bills from more electricity consumption. It is a good idea to clean your heat pumps every spring so you will be ready for the summer heat. This article explains the best methods for cleaning and maintaining a healthy heat pump.
5 January 2018
Nearly every home nowadays has an HVAC system installed in their home. This is great because it can keep your home a comfortable temperature year round, and each year the systems are getting more and more efficient. But too many people fail to recognize that just because they system is working properly doesn't mean that it doesn't need some kind of maintenance. Here are some things you should be looking for in your system to know it is time for some air conditioning repair.
5 January 2018
Winter is here and people are starting to turn the heaters on for the season. Depending on where you live, your heating costs can cause your gas or electricity bill to increase. If you are looking to keep costs as low as possible, you may be looking for tips that can help you to minimize your heating costs. Here are a few of the best ways to reduce your heating costs this winter.
15 November 2017
Putting in a new HVAC unit in your home might be something that you are interested in, but you could be wondering if it's a good financial decision. You could be concerned about the amount of money that you're going to have to spend to install a new unit, but the truth is that you might actually save quite a bit of money by making this decision. These are a few reasons why.
10 October 2017
Are you looking for a simple project to increase the efficiency of your heater? If so, you should consider adding fiberglass insulation to your exposed ducts. Depending on the design of your home, there could be anywhere from 2 to 200 feet of exposed ducting in your home. These exposed sections are the most vulnerable to heat loss. If you have a lot of exposed ducts in your home, your heating bills will be unnecessarily high.
2 February 2017
At the heart of your home's cooling system is the condenser unit--in other words, that large, boxy thing sitting out there in your backyard. To many people, the condenser represents a highly intrusive element in their yard's design. Fortunately, there are a number of strategies to reduce the visual impact of an air conditioning condenser unit. Read on to learn four different yet equally effective tactics. Install an ornamental fence around it.
15 December 2016
Mold growth is a huge concern in a home for numerous reasons. Not only can mold growth detract from the appearance of a home's interior, but it can also cause odor issues and even lead to severe health problems over time. Fortunately, there are numerous HVAC maintenance practices that a homeowner can keep up on to ensure that mold growth won't become a problem. The following are five important HVAC maintenance practices that can prevent mold growth
20 October 2016
Mold generally can't grow on fiberglass insulation, but occasionally you may find mold stains when you are inspecting the attic. This is because either the roof above has become moldy and it is sifting down on top of the insulation, or there is dust on the insulation that is providing a habitat for mold growth. Regardless of the cause, this can indicate a major problem. The following guide can help you find the cause so that it can be fixed.
24 July 2016
If you notice that your air conditioning is not maintaining a consistent temperature, there could be an issue with your thermostat. Outdated thermostats can make it difficult for your air conditioning unit to work properly because they do not gauge the temperature in the home properly. Use the guide below to learn everything you need to know about having your thermostat replaced. Monitor the Temperature in Your Home The first thing you need to do is monitor the temperature in your home.
24 July 2016
One of the most useful heating systems to consider that will reduce your heating bills throughout the winter is radiant heating. Radiant heating works on the principle of heat transfer that uses heating elements within your walls and floors to heat those surfaces, after which the heated walls and floors will begin transferring heat into the rest of the home. Listed below are three ways that radiant heating can reduce your heating bills.
3 June 2016