Clarifications You Need Before AC Installation

If you plan to replace or install an air conditioner (AC), ensure you understand everything before the contractor arrives and begins the process. Use the tips listed to prepare for the contractor's arrival and workday. Below are some of the clarifications you need to prepare for the project. Whether the Contractor Requires Your Presence In most cases, the contractor requires the homeowner's presence at the installation's beginning and end. At the start of the process, you may need to provide the contractor access to all relevant home parts and confirm the contractor is about to install the right system. [Read More]

How To Save Money On Residential Air Conditioning Services

You will likely have to spend money on residential air conditioning services from time to time, such as when you need to have your unit serviced or when it's time to have a repair done. If possible, you probably want to save money on these services. These are a few ideas you can try if you'd like to save money. Be Proactive First of all, when possible, you should be proactive to prevent expensive repair issues. [Read More]

4 HVAC Services That Keep The Blower Working Properly And Efficiently

One of the important HVAC services you need is to maintain the blower. The blower sees a lot of wear and tear since it is used with both the furnace and air conditioner. If the blower isn't working as it should, there won't be enough air coming out of the ducts to heat or cool your home. Here are four HVAC services the blower may need to keep it working optimally so your home is comfortable. [Read More]

Getting To The Bottom Of Frustrating Furnace Burner Problems

The burners are the "business end" of your furnace. These shockingly simple components are the final step in the combustion process, where the correct ratio of air and fuel mix to produce heat for your home. A typical modern single-stage furnace uses a horizontal burner assembly composed of multiple individual burner units. Each burner effectively acts as a nozzle, taking a pre-metered amount of natural gas and pushing it toward the combustion chamber. [Read More]