• How Does Central Air Work? Everything You Need to Know - Upwards of 60% of American households use central air conditioning systems, making them the most popular option for homeowners who want to beat the heat. However, even as they opt for central air conditioners over portable window units, many people don’t understand the magic of these systems’ cooling processes. How does a central air conditioner transform the… Read More
  • Tips for Identifying and Eliminating Bad Smells from Your AC Unit - If you have noticed a bad smell in your home, and have traced it to your air conditioning unit, it is important to act quickly. Left unchecked, the source of the bad smell could develop into something that could destroy your AC or even cause health problems for you and your family. That's why knowing the tricks… Read More
  • When to Replace Your Furnace Filter and How to Do It - Homeowners too often neglect furnace filters. It's unfortunate, since changing a furnace filter regularly not only keeps the air in your home clean, but it also helps keep your system in good working order. Your HVAC system "recycles" air from your home's air returns as well as any that comes in from outdoors. Your system's… Read More
  • Why is My AC Unit Making Noise? - It doesn't take a mechanical expert to know that new and weird sounds coming from an AC unit is often a bad sign. From shaking and rattling to high pitched squeals, these noises often herald big expenses and repairs. They may not have to be the end of the world, though. Understanding what your AC unit… Read More
  • Four HVAC Maintenance Steps for Pet Owners - 85 million American families own a pet. Whether you love nothing more than cuddling a cat, or playing fetch with a dog, pets make life so much better. On the other hand, pets do come with some issues, such as cleanliness. Pets shed fur, which has negative impacts on your home. Did you know that pet… Read More
  • Should You Prep Your HVAC Unit Before Going on Vacation? - You rely on your HVAC to do everything from heating and cooling to improving the air quality. Good HVAC systems keep your home comfortable for 20 years. To reap these long-term benefits, you need to take care of your HVAC unit, even when you're not in the house to enjoy its hard work. There's a lot… Read More
  • Protect Your Outdoor HVAC Unit from Damage with These Tips - There are many places across the country that has unpredictable weather. From rain, snow, sun, and wind, to hurricanes, blizzards, droughts, and tornados, you never know when mother nature will strike. Unfortunately, if the weather is severe enough, the exterior of your home can be damaged. This also includes your outdoor HVAC unit. If you… Read More
  • Five Reasons Why Your Air Conditioner May Not Feel Cool - In the height of summer, there's nothing worse than an ineffective air conditioner. It seems like the cool air can't compete with the suffocating heat, and no one wants to feel uncomfortable in the sweltering air. After all, heat impacts human mental and physical health. Thankfully, there is a solution to the problem, although it's… Read More
  • The Benefits of Installing a Nest® Thermostat - The average household spends up to $2000 per year in energy costs. For a lot of people, that takes up a significant portion of their yearly budget, and if your thermostat is outdated, you could be paying even more. This is why more and more people are looking to upgrade to a new thermostat, with… Read More