Considerations When Upgrading Your Air Conditioning System

Investing in upgrading your air conditioning system can be a major undertaking. Due to the variety of options and the general complexity of modern air conditioning systems, there are some important considerations that may go overlooked during the planning process for this project. Upgrade To A Central HVAC System If your home is currently equipped with window units, you could enjoy sizable benefits from upgrading to a central HVAC system. Window units can be extremely inefficient, and they may lack sufficient cooling power for your home.   Read More...

Making Sure Your Furnace Is Ready For Winter

When the weather starts to cool and it is time to start thinking about turning on the heat in your home, there are some things you can do to be sure the furnace is going to run when you need it. The time to make repairs is before you need the heat, not halfway through the heating seasons. Here are some things you might want to consider. Test the Heat   Read More...

Deciding Between An Electric Or Gas Furnace

Has your old furnace died and you need to get a new one? If so, be aware that this gives you an opportunity to change things up in your house with how it is heated. While selecting a furnace with the same fuel source is the most economical choice at the time of the installation, a furnace replacement gives you the opportunity to change things up. Here is what you need to know about the differences between electric and gas powered furnaces.   Read More...

Buying A New Commercial AC? Things To Think About

If you've recently invested in a commercial property that needs a new HVAC system, it's important that you give careful consideration to the purchase. Selecting the wrong air conditioning unit for your building can be costly both in terms of the wasted investment and the increased maintenance and utility costs. Before you jump into any new air conditioning purchase, here are some things that you need to know. What's Already There May Not Be Best For Your Business   Read More...

How To Maintain The Condenser And Evaporator

The condenser and evaporator in a typical HVAC system are connected and dependent on each other. Typically, if a condenser is not doing its job, the evaporator will also not be reaching maximum efficiency (and vice versa). Both of these units consume electricity while they are working, so it is very important that you try to maintain them if you want to keep down your heating bills. The condenser is usually the simplest thing to service on your entire HVAC system.   Read More...