How To Keep Your Furnace Productive

During the winter, a large part of you your utility bills are going to go towards powering your furnace. Of course, you want to make sure that you program your furnace so it is only running when most necessary, and always be sure to power it off when you are away from home. Regardless of how smart your programming is, your bills can still be quite substantial if you live in your home and rely on your furnace on a daily basis. [Read More]

The Advantages And Disadvantages Of A Wood Stove

Are you unsatisfied with your heating unit in your property? Has it stopped working or just does not keep the home as warm as you want? You may need to consider replacing the heating unit with a different one. There are several options available for heating units, like furnaces, but if you want convenience and cheap you should try a wood stove. In this guide, you will learn the advantages and disadvantages of using wood heat in your property. [Read More]

Preparing For An Air Conditioning Installation - Four Tips

If you know that you need a new AC unit before summer, preparing for an upcoming installation will make the entire process more streamlined and less stressful. From bringing in a professional installer to getting your home ready, air conditioning installation can be a quick and easy process if you plan this right. Here are four things that you can do that can help make an upcoming AC installation go off without a hitch: [Read More]

Why Your AC Is Making Noise

Is your air conditioner (AC) making your house uncomfortable by being too noisy? The key to keeping your AC silent is by diagnosing the cause of the noise, so you can fix it. Here are some of the common causes of AC noises: Loose Mechanical Connections Loose parts of your AC can make noise, especially if they are rotating and hitting other parts of the unit. For example, damaged fan blades can strike other parts of the unit and make scraping or banging sounds, depending on what they are hitting. [Read More]