Heating your house requires a lot more than just turning your thermostat on and off. If your HVAC system relies on heating oil to heat up your home during the cold winter months, then you should consider hiring a heating oil services company to deliver oil directly to your home. But why is it worth having it delivered? This article will take a closer look. 1. It Saves You Time Yes, you can go out and pick up your heating oil, but if you're like most everybody else, then you live a busy life and have a full plate.
27 June 2018
Your furnace may seem like it is running just fine, but it needs occasional maintenance to work without interruptions. One thing that needs to be done from time to time is cleaning the unit's evaporator coils. Here is what you need to know in order to do it on your own. Getting Access To The Evaporator Coils The first step to cleaning your furnace evaporator coils is figuring out where they are.
24 May 2018
If you have a window AC unit that you have not used since last summer, you are going to want to spend a little time taking care of your unit before you turn it on for the first time this spring. Change Out The Air Filter If you didn't change out the air filter at the end of last summer, you need to change out the air filter before you turn on your unit this spring.
8 April 2018
When it's time to replace the heating in your home, you may assume a furnace is the best choice. However, there are many ways to heat your home, and radiant floor heating is one excellent option. There are many benefits to this type of heat, making it popular among many homeowners. If you are not sure if radiant floor heating is right for you, check out these three facts. It Works By Heating the Floor With Liquid
26 February 2018
Changing an air filter is one of the most common AC (air conditioner) maintenance issues; it is also one of the easiest things to do. However, there are still mistakes you can make during the air filter change, and these mistakes will affect your AC efficiency. Here are some examples of such mistakes: Using a Filter with the Wrong Efficiency Rating The efficiency rating of a filter is a measure of the filter's ability to remove particles or contaminants from the air.
11 January 2018
Mold can develop in your air conditioning unit. And depending on the type of mold that develops, it can be a health hazard for your family. When you hear this, your mind may race with questions. How do you know if mold is present or what can you do to prevent it? Read on to get answers to the questions you may have about mold and your air conditioning unit.
26 November 2017
Each winter, your furnace commences upon quite an undertaking. It has to pump warm air throughout your house so that you and your family can beat the chill that the cold weather brings. While you likely do enjoy the climate-controlled air, you might not really carve out the time to maintain your furnace. Work and family consume so many of your waking hours and after you've completed all of your responsibilities you likely hit the bed like a log.
11 October 2017
If you're thinking about replacing your current air conditioning system but haven't settled on a good timetable, then you may want to act right now. With spring just around the corner and summer to follow shortly, you'll want to replace your air conditioner before warmer temperatures arrive. Here are a few good reasons why replacing your A/C system now can pay off later on. Reason #1: You'll Have an Easier Time Scheduling an Appointment
20 January 2017
Just because the temperatures have dipped and you no longer need to run the air conditioner does not mean you can just forget about the unit. Taking care of it during the cooler months means that it will be ready to go when things heat up again. Since there is normally a time when you do not need to use either the cooling or heating systems, it is a good time to contact a professional and have everything serviced.
5 January 2017
A heat pump is a heating and cooling system that moves heat around rather than generating heat. The pump consists of an indoor air handler and an outdoor heat pump similar to the split-system of a central air conditioning unit. The pump even includes a compressor that pumps refrigerant through the system like a central HVAC unit. But the primary difference is that the heat pump takes heat from the ambient air either outside or inside your home then sends it in the opposite direction.
13 October 2016