How To Rid Your HVAC System Of Allergens

Allergy season is upon us. If you, or anybody who lives in your home suffers from allergies, you probably do all that is possible in order to rid the inside of your home of anything that causes allergies. Cleaning and vacuuming is a big part of it, but you can do more. Whether you're allergic to dust, down feathers, pollen, animals, mites, or anything else, your HVAC system can help with allergies. [Read More]

Preparing For Your New Heater Installation

You're getting a new heater installed in your home. While the contractor will take care of all the heavy lifting and will complete your project in a reasonable time frame, there are things you can do to prepare for the process. Here are things you can do to make your heater installation easier on everyone. Choose the best time of day You want to have your heater installed during a time of day when you can be home. [Read More]

Ready For Winter? How Your Heater Can Affect Your Health

Now that winter is almost here, you're probably getting ready to crank the heater up. Before you turn your heater on for the first time this winter, it's a good idea to contact your HVAC company to schedule a service call. A pre-season service call will help you avoid a broken heater this winter. Being without your heater can lead to some serious health issues, especially once the temperatures begin to dip into the freezing range. [Read More]

Great Buying Tips To Consider When Looking For A New AC Unit

During the summer, the most important home appliance is the AC unit. If it's old or experiencing a lot of costly repairs, it may be time for a new unit. Choosing the right model can be extremely easy if you take advantage of these buying tips.  Choose the Right Unit Size  AC units today can vary quite a lot in terms of their size. It's important to choose the right sized unit because if you don't, you may spend more than you need to on energy bills every month. [Read More]