December 14th, 2017

Imagine you’re enjoying the cozy heat inside the comfort of your home, then suddenly you feel a chill and realize your heater stopped working. What do you do? It’s normal for heaters to suddenly stop functioning due to several reasons. A low-quality thermostat, low water level, broken wires, or dirty filters to name a few. If you happen to notice your heater suddenly stops functioning, here are a few things you can do:

Check The Thermostat

One of the common...

December 1st, 2017

We aren't all born with the inept capability to determine whether or not our furnace is showing symptoms of breaking down and needing to be replaced. That in itself is why we opt to hire service to come down and visit the house for routine inspections. We understand the value of hard-earned money, and sometimes repairs can cost more in the long run than simply buying a new unit. We want to enlighten everyone about the signs...

November 16th, 2017

There’s a difference between a furnace and a boiler? Yes, there is. Does it matter for my home? Yes, it does. You need to know what your home uses and what that means for instances where repairs are needed and the HVAC company is asking what you have, as well as, for your own understanding of your investment. Let’s take a look at the difference between a furnace and a boiler and which you should have in your home.

  The Difference Is...

A furnace uses warm...

November 1st, 2017

When winter winds are roaring at their strongest, you should be equipped with the right information to address pressing HVAC concerns immediately. A frozen heat pump would cause major concerns to your home and health, particularly during the worst of the winter season. Here are ways you can prevent it from happening and protect your loved ones.

Know the common causes

The best way to take on a frozen heat pump problem is to deal with it before it even happens. There...

October 15th, 2017

When it comes to purchasing a new HVAC system, pay attention to the very last detail. You, as a potential buyer of an HVAC system, should check thorough reviews about the SEER rating of your preferred unit, estimate your total monthly utility bills based on your system’s energy efficiency rating, and most of all, find a professional HVAC contractor.

But, how will you identify an HVAC pro? Here are some details that you should check in a professional HVAC contractor...

October 2nd, 2017

One of the essential parts of your air conditioning is your air filtration system. Air filters are often disregarded in the aftermarket although they play an important role in one’s health. The air contains a number of particles that might be harmful for your day-to-day activities.

When replacing your air filter, know how many air filters you have at home and the size of your air filters. Ask the seller or manufacturer what the exact dimensions are so you can find...

September 14th, 2017

Fall is coming up and before you know it, there’s winter to prepare for. What you do now would help you prepare your heater for the harshest and coldest season of the year. Your heater hasn’t been in use during the warmer months so it’s time to prep it for the change in seasons. These are a few of the things you can do to get your HVAC chill-ready.

Check the filters.

You can do this yourself. Simply slide it out the old furnace and slide in the new one. Be sure to...

September 1st, 2017

Undeniably, having an air conditioner is a crucial part of a comfortable lifestyle at home. They can last quite awhile, provided that they are well taken cared of. Unfortunately, these type of machines aren’t designed to last forever. No matter how well we treat it, air conditioners will degrade to the point that it needs to be replaced.

Knowing when your home’s air conditioning needs to be replaced is crucial, the costs of constant repairs on an old...

August 15th, 2017

It is summertime again; more sunshine, more heat, and we all know that the climate change has affected the heat wave to a huge level. For the majority, using air conditioning is either unaffordable or unavailable, but there are other methods you can choose to do instead. Here are some tips for keeping your house cool in the summer heat, with or without AC.


If you live in an area with dry heat, your body perspires, your sweat evaporates, and you cool off...

July 31st, 2017


Humidity can cause damage not only to our health but also our home. How dangerous can extreme humidity get exactly? How does it affect our health and our home? Find out below.

Humidity Causes Discomfort

Our home should be a place of comfort. That means it should have proper ventilation so we can enjoy that comfort to its full potential. However, if there is extreme humidity, that comfort is lost and is replaced with sweaty days and...