If you are building a small home this summer, you want to make sure you install a heating system that will effectively keep your home warm without costing you too much in energy costs. When it comes to heating a small home, you are going to want to use an energy-efficient heating source. Choice #1: Mini-Split Heat Pump One of the best choices for a small home is a mini-split heat pump.
5 June 2020
At some point, your home's AC unit may stop working optimally and thus need to be replaced. This is quite an extensive process and thus should be handled by a professional AC installation company. Working with them is beneficial for many reasons. Prevent Accidents There are a lot of AC components that are big and bulky. Trying to move them yourself can result in a pretty bad injury. That's why it's just best to let a professional installation company take care of the setup.
6 May 2020
The installation day for your new furnace is a big event. If you have never had your furnace placed, you may be wondering about how to get ready and what to expect. There are a few easy steps you can take to get ready for a new furnace installation. Plan Your Day Around The Install Installing a new furnace can take longer than many homeowners realize. The time will depend on factors such as the size of your home and the condition of your existing ductwork.
30 March 2020
When your air conditioner stops working, it can seem like the end of the world, especially if it's on one of the hottest and most humid days of the year. Your home can very quickly warm up and cause you to get irritable very quickly in the process. Keep your cool and attempt to make the repair yourself by using the following troubleshooting tips. 1. Inspect Your Condensing Unit Inspect the unit outside of your home, which is call the condensing unit.
25 February 2020
If you've been researching furnace problems, then you've probably found yourself reading and rereading the same piece of advice: replace your filter. Dirty, neglected filters are one of the most common problems faced by many forgetful homeowners, so most professional technicians know to check the filter condition first. Of course, you're a dutiful homeowner. You keep to a regular schedule and never let your filter become too clogged, so why isn't your furnace working?
23 January 2020
One of the scariest issues you could experience in winter is your home not having any heat. If your home doesn't have heat, you could get cold of course, but if your home gets too cold, pipes will begin to freeze. When your pipes freeze, you'll have a mess of water and pipes that will need to be repaired. All of these things would have occurred because of your furnace breaking down.
11 December 2019
When you run a business, the last thing you need is for your furnace or boiler to stop working out of nowhere. There are usually signs your furnace is starting to malfunction before it stops completely, but you might not notice these signs if you aren't paying attention. If you are left in the cold, you can end up losing business because you have to keep your doors closed until your commercial furnace is repaired.
5 November 2019
There are many different types of AC systems that can be installed in your home, and you may want to update your home with one that is efficient. Today, the options are much more than conventional air conditioners. You may want to consider some of the following energy-efficient options when you are ready to have a new AC installed in your home. Radiant Cooling Designs as An Alternative to Conventional AC Systems
26 September 2019
If you do not currently have central air conditioning in your home, you might find yourself wondering if it is time to get it installed. Maybe you have never had central air. Maybe your home did have a central air system before, but it has been a long time since it worked and you have grown used to simply not having a house nicely cooled off. If you are going back and forth with the idea of getting the installation set up, you will want to read through the following benefits of having a new central air system for your home.
20 August 2019
When it comes to caring for the pipes in your home, it's not always easy to identify a plumbing emergency. Some of the obvious signs include water pouring out of a pipe or a clog that you just can't clear – no matter how hard you try. However, what you might not realize is that there are also some subtle signs that indicate the need for an emergency plumber. Here are four signs that you need to call a plumber right away.
18 July 2019