Why It's Essential To Get Your Furnace Repaired Immediately

If you are starting to notice that your residential heating system is starting to malfunction, you will want to take the steps needed to get it repaired as soon as possible. Too many people will make the mistake of avoiding paying for repairs when they first notice that there is a problem with their furnace, as long as it is still producing heat to keep them and their loved ones warm. [Read More]

When To Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned

Central air conditioning and central heating have one thing in common: they both rely on air ducts to circulate conditioned air throughout your home. Occasionally, these ducts can become filled with dust, animal hair, and other unwanted debris. In order to keep your air fresh, you should have these ducts cleaned periodically. Here are four times you should have your air ducts cleaned. 1. You haven't had them cleaned in the last three years. [Read More]

2 Heat Pump Odors That You Should Never Ignore

If your home uses a heat pump to heat your house during the winter months, you may be used to the way the air smells a little dusty when you first turn it on or has a slight metallic odor when it starts its cycle. However, since both of these odors are normal and go away within seconds, there is no need to take action. However, if you detect either of the below odors coming from your heat pump, do not ignore them, as they may indicate a serious problem with the unit. [Read More]

How To Keep Your Home Cool During The Hot Summer Months

Your residential air conditioning can give you a comfortable environment all summer when you take good care of your system. Before you need to rely on your system on a daily basis, it's useful to have your system serviced by an HVAC technician. They will change air filters, lubricate your system, and test your air conditioner for any problems. Small repairs that are made before the cooling season can help prevent an emergency from occurring. [Read More]