Top Things To Know About Hiring An Electrician For Your Rental Properties

If you're a landlord who is looking for the help that you need to run your rental property, you might want to think about working with an electrician. Even if you have some experience in the rental world, you might have little to no experience with working with electricians. Read below about some of the primary things that you'll want to know about hiring an electrician when you own rental properties. [Read More]

Tips To Extend Your HVAC's Lifespan

Your HVAC is one of the reasons you enjoy comfortable temperatures and high indoor air quality. Many HVACs last for up to a decade without failing. However, some HVACs malfunction prematurely due to improper maintenance and wear and tear. Follow these tips to increase the lifespan of your HVAC system. Upgrade to a Smart Thermostat With a smart thermostat, programming isn't needed—you can control your home's temperature levels through your smartphone. [Read More]

3 (Surprising) Reasons To Avoid Oversized Air Conditioners

If you're like many homeowners, you probably think that bigger HVAC systems are better. After all, it makes sense that a more powerful air conditioner would do a better job at keeping your home cool than a weaker system. Surprisingly, the situation is not nearly this simple. Instead, it's far more important to match your system's size as closely as possible to your home's unique cooling needs. However, choosing the correct capacity for your home isn't just about maintaining a comfortable temperature. [Read More]

Furnace Blowing Cool Air? 3 Common Causes

When the furnace is blowing cold air, but the thermostat is in the heat setting, there is no question that the furnace is not functioning properly. The question instead is, why is the furnace not working correctly? Unfortunately, many reasons can cause a furnace to malfunction, but fortunately, once the issue has been identified, repairs are often manageable.  Condensation Line Blockage Many newer furnaces are designed as high-efficiency models. As part of their energy-saving design, they have condensation drain lines that route excess moisture away from the system. [Read More]