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Thinking of getting a new HVAC system? Now is the time to think about replacing the old unit with a new, high efficiency HVAC System. There are many good reasons to choose such a unit. The air conditioning and heating units in your home use about half of the normal energy usage in an average household in any given month. That means that if you are not using a high efficiency unit, you are more … Read More
A very common fixture in many homes in the United States, and around the world, is the gas furnace that is used to heat the interior of building. Anyone familiar with dwelling maintenance and have dealt with the matter personally will know that regular maintenance of any appliance is key in ensuring that the unit will continue to function well and as it was intended. Outside of the purely utilitarian aspect of proper maintenance, there … Read More
A lot of individual’s question whether or not its beneficial to sign up for a HVAC service plan, although these plans can be pricey the benefits do out way the costs. Let’s say your system decides to not work one day and its 98 degrees outside, you don’t have that much money left after paying bills to call a repair man so instead you go out and waste money on a $400.00 window unit that … Read More
So let’s first begin by defining what a two-stage furnace is. When you see the term “stage”, what they are really referring to is the burner mechanism within your furnace. More specifically, the reference is to the valve that controls the flow of fuel to the burner itself. On old fashioned, one-stage furnaces, this value had two positions: opened or closed. With newer two-stage furnaces, this valve now has three distinct positions: fully opened, partially … Read More
Spring has officially sprung, and with it comes the blooming of flowers, the greening of grass, and of course, firing up your AC as the temperature starts to climb. After a long cold winter sitting idle, HVAC systems (Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) may need a bit of a tune up or overhaul to get working 100% again, and the best way to do this is by calling a professional.
Our certified HVAC technicians specialize … Read More
Want to lower your energy bills? Want to reduce your carbon footprint? Whether you are motivated by money or by the environment, you probably want to use less energy than you do now. The question then becomes — how?
First, sometimes we are using energy for absolutely no reason. A plugged up charger connected to a device that is already on full battery, for example, is continually emitting unneeded energy. That means that perhaps it … Read More
Spring is here and things are starting to heat up in the US. So what do you do if your air conditioning is on the fritz? Your first thought may be to call a repair service, but before you pick up that phone you should probably know that the average cost of AC repair is anywhere from $150 to $500. Yikes, think of how many snow cones you could get for that kind of money! … Read More
Now that spring is officially here its time for all the other joys that come with a new season – including spring cleaning and home maintenance. Among these the proper functioning of the HVAC system is crucial, you don’t want to hit those hot summer days without a working air conditioner. Air conditioning maintenance can be performed at the start and end of every warm season to insure that the system is fully functioning and … Read More
To install a window air conditioning unit one must first have the proper tools and prepare the unit for installation. Commonly this means a screwdriver, basic pliers and duct tape (optional). Remove the unit from the supplier’s box and remove any packing materials. Remove the front with the filter from the unit and make sure there aren’t any obstructions to the air flow. Leave the front piece containing the filter off and the power cord … Read More