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February 23rd, 2021

If you go to turn on your furnace and it does not come on, or it does come on and does not heat your home well, you might consider getting it repaired. Over time your furnace will start to degrade in terms of performance. Once this starts, you may see higher utility bills and needing constant repairs. If you see the signs listed above, it is an indicator that you need to replace your furnace.

Repair Costs Are Too High

You can expect to have to deal with a furnace repair once in a...

February 9th, 2021

Your home thermostat can be defective. It may be a simple repair, or you may need a complete replacement. This will all depend on the problem with the thermostat. There are several things you can do to detect a thermostat issue. After you have determined an issue, you should troubleshoot to see what the problem may be.

Four Signs of A Bad Thermostat It is unresponsive. If you go to touch your thermostat buttons and it does not light up, nor does the temperature change in your home, this...
January 21st, 2021

Like many homeowners, you could have habits that are harmful to your HVAC unit. While you might be unaware, these habits could be the reason you have increased utility bills. Even worse, the mistakes could decrease your unit’s lifespan.

Since you’d like to get the most out of your HVAC unit, you need to emphasize maintaining it. That includes knowing mistakes to avoid that could cause significant problems in the future. Some of these common mistakes include skipping maintenance,...

January 7th, 2021

The new year is here, which means it is time to start thinking about your New Year's resolutions. A large portion of resolutions focuses on eliminating bad habits. While this often is based around your health, it can also be true about how you take care of things around the house. These are five New Year's resolutions you should make for your HVAC system.

Change the Air Filter

The air filter is a crucial part of the HVAC system, but it is often ignored. The air filter traps dusts and...

December 17th, 2020

Everyone likes to think they can perform home improvement projects by themselves. Technically, they're right most of the time. If you have the tools and the know-how, you can do just about anything with your home. However, DIY home improvement projects should never include replacing your HVAC unit unless you have the proper training. First of all, there are simply too many electrical components to consider. Not knowing how to connect everything correctly adds an extra level of danger that...

December 3rd, 2020

The holidays are a special time to get together with friends and family, whether you are traveling out of town or inviting people to your home. You can help ensure your house is clean and fresh by following some tips to ensure your HVAC system is ready to go during the holidays.

Plan to schedule an appointment for HVAC maintenance before the holidays and avoid any unpleasant surprises.

Air Quality

Dust, dirt, and other contaminants collect in your HVAC air filters. It's...

November 19th, 2020

The cost to repair or replace a badly damaged HVAC unit can be a little pricey. Today, not everyone has that type of money set aside for such a repair. Fortunately, depending on what damaged the HVAC unit, homeowners' insurance may cover some of the costs.

HVAC Systems Fall Under Dwelling Coverage

Insurance coverage for an HVAC system falls under the dwelling coverage of a homeowners' policy. Your home's furnace and central air conditioning units are considered built-ins and are part...