Is Your Heater Blowing Dirty Air? What You Should Know About This

You may think that the air that you breath in your house is clean because you are shielded from the elements outside, but that may not be the case. If you just turned your furnace on and noticed that your heater is blowing dirty air, you may be wondering what on earth that you should do. Luckily, this article has got you covered. From contacting a heating repair professional to getting your air ducts cleaned, this article will list a few steps that you should take if you notice this happening.   Read More...

3 Tips To Prevent Cold Spots In Your Home

With outdoor temperatures dropping quickly, you are probably relying heavily on your furnace to heat your home. A functional furnace is designed to maintain a constant temperature within your residence. If you have started to notice that there are some spots in your home that are cooler than others, these cold spots can be cause for frustration. Fortunately, there are some simple things that you can do to help eliminate cold spots so that your furnace system will function more efficiently this winter.   Read More...

Tips For Energy Conservation When Heating Water

How energy efficient is your plumbing system? For example, do you know whether your water heater wastes lots of energy or converts most of it to the heat in your hot water? if you don't know the energy efficiency of your water heater, you need an assessment to identify the relevant areas of improvement. Here are some of the measures that may improve your water heater efficiency: Insulate Your Water Pipes   Read More...

4 Tips For Maintaining Your AC Over The Winter Months And Reducing Summer Repair Costs

During the winter months, your AC is still going to need maintenance. You want to have a good maintenance routine during the winter months to ensure you do not have costly repairs when you need cooling next summer. The winter months are a good time to do maintenance improvements and repairs to your air conditioning. Here are some tips for maintaining your AC over the winter months and reducing those summer repair costs:   Read More...

Want To Save More Money? Three Tips To Lower Your Monthly Air Conditioning Bill

When summer arrives and the temperatures go up, your air conditioning bill will also rise each month. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to keep this bill down to a more normal level. Below are three tips so you can get started. Change the Filter One of the most important things you can do is ensure you change the filter when it becomes dirty. If you do not, the filter will build up with things inside your home, such as dust and pollens.   Read More...