How To Clean Your Furnace Filter And Compartment

Does it seem like your air conditioner is not blowing cold air like it used to? If you have noticed reduced airflow, the actual problem could be with your furnace filter. Some people fail to realize that the furnace is responsible for circulating air throughout the duct system. So, if the furnace is not working properly, your air conditioner will not be working properly. Sometimes, a very simple furnace fix can help increase the airflow of your AC system. Read More 

Answering A Few Questions About Adding An Air Conditioner To Your Home

Having an air conditioning system installed can be an excellent way of improving the comfort of your home. However, the installation of these systems can be extremely complicated, which may cause some homeowners to be intimidated by this upgrade. If this applies to you, learning about the answers to these three air conditioner questions will help you to be better informed about making this investment in your home. How Long Will It Take To Install A Central Air Conditioning System? Read More 

Three Factors That Affect The Needed Size Of Your New AC System

When installing a new AC system, you may be able to base the needed size on the system that was in place before. But if the system isn't sufficient for the house or if there wasn't one in place originally (which can happen in moderate climates, especially with old houses), you may be wondering how to estimate the size of system you'll need. A professional will be able to give you educated advice on precisely which system is best for hvac installation, and they'll likely use these exactly three factors to help calculate which system and size to install. Read More 

Three Habits That Can Help Keep Your Air Conditioning Bill Manageable

Making the move to have central air conditioning installed in your home is a significant upgrade that can boost your home's value and your comfort level alike. Once you've arranged for a certified HVAC contractor to complete the job, you'll find it easy to set your thermostat, close up your windows and enjoy the cool air circulating through your home. What can take a period of adjustment, however, is getting used to using your air conditioning in a manner that keeps your electricity bill in check. Read More 

Cost Saving Heating Myths To Avoid

Staying warm during the winter is important; however, not spending a fortune on your heating cost is equally important. If you want to keep your winter heating bills manageable, make sure you know what myths you want to avoid. Close Vents To Save Money Don't fall for the idea that closing your registers or vents is going to save you money. Typically, newer houses are designed with forced air heating units. Read More