Why Radiant Heat Is The Best Option Home Comfort

Are you building a home and need to select what methods you will be using to heat it during the winter? You may be tempted to go with what you are familiar with, which is a forced air furnace. However, you may find that radiant heat will be the better choice. This form of heating provides heat that is going to be much more comfortable compared to forced air for the following reasons. [Read More]

What To Do To Get Your AC Ready For Winter

The warm summer weather is long gone, but winter is quickly approaching. You may not have used your home's air conditioner in months, but there are some things you should do to it before the cold weather of winter finally hits. These three things should be on your checklist to do before the fall is finished. Get An AC Inspection It is always a good idea to have a local HVAC service company perform an inspection of the air conditioning system after the summer is over. [Read More]

Turning on Your Furnace for the First Time? Issues to Keep an Eye Out for

If you're turning on your furnace for the first time this cold-weather season, no matter the age of your furnace, there are things you should keep an eye out for that could indicate a problem. These are issues you shouldn't ignore and should have inspected by a professional HVAC technician to prevent the problem from worsening and to prevent injury to you and your family. Read on for a few of these things to watch out for. [Read More]

A Flooded A/C Unit In The Hurricane-Devastated States: How To Address This Problem

Right now, in the Carolinas and Virginias, a hurricane is destroying hundreds of miles of property, homes, and belongings. When the hurricane dies and slips quietly away into memory, people who evacuated will return home and begin cleaning up. When they do, they are likely to uncover problems with every system in their homes. If you are one of the unfortunate souls to find that your home and property has a lot of damage, you have to start somewhere. [Read More]