Did You Recently Move To A New Town? The Top Ways To Find A Heating Repair Contractor

How can you find the best heating repair services in your area? Whether your home needs a pre-season checkup, heating installation, or an HVAC repair, take a look at the top ways to find and select a contractor for the job. Visit Association's and Organization's Websites Some HVAC associations and organizations provide easy-to-use search tools for customers. These include contractor associations, local organizations, and national groups such as the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA). [Read More]

Why Your AC Isn't Getting Cold

When someone is exposed to excessively high temperatures for a long time, it can lead to a medical emergency such as heat stroke. Too much heat exposure can also lead to someone becoming dehydrated due to him or her sweating a lot. In order to avoid such problems, it is important to have access to a functional air conditioner that is able to put out a satisfactory amount of cold air. [Read More]

3 Ways Central Air Conditioner Installation Can Differ In A Mobile Home

While many modern mobile homes come equipped with some form of air conditioning system, not all of them do. If you have a mobile home that you plan to have a central AC system installed in, it is helpful if you know how the process can be different than what it would be in a traditional house.  All of the ductwork will have to be installed under the home.  Typically, ducts are installed in an indoor part of the home, such as up in the attic or down in the basement. [Read More]

Can You Hear A Furnace Problem? What You Should Know

Over a period of regular use, you may begin to notice that your furnace makes some noise when it is on. Although many sounds are completely normal and do not indicate a problem, other sounds are signs that your furnace is in some sort of disrepair and needs immediate attention. Here are some sounds you may hear and what they can mean for your home's furnace. High-Pitched Screeching A screeching sound is often a result of worn down parts inside the furnace system. [Read More]