How To Increase Duct Efficiency

There are obviously quite a few ways you can increase airflow in your home. With central HVAC systems, you need to make sure that your air, whether it is the heat or the AC, is actually circulating through the entire home so that there are no dead or dry spots, as they are often called by professionals. Register and Duct Efficiency Every home is unique, and builders can't perfectly predict how air will through any given HVAC system. Read More 

How To Get The Most Out Of Portable AC Units

Portable AC units are commonly used by homeowners who just need a little more cold air in some rooms of their home. Usually, unless you live in a small studio apartment, a portable AC unit isn't strong enough to cool down the entire interior. But, even if you already have a central air conditioner, portable units are great for rooms that are usually much hotter than others in the home. Read More 

Time To Play It Cool: What To Consider When Purchasing A New Air Conditioner For Your Home

If your air conditioner finally gave up and called it quits, it's time for a new unit. The last thing you want to do is go through the entire summer without an air conditioner. However, before you invest in a new unit, make sure you choose the right one for your home. It's not enough that your new air conditioner will blow cold air when you need it to; you've also got to make sure that your new air conditioner suits your needs and your home. Read More 

The 411 On Coil Cleanings

Your heating and air conditioning system is an important part of the home. While it helps you and your family stay comfortable through the various seasons, it also circulates air quality, ensuring your home is conditioned and unhealthy. Unfortunately, during the heating and cooling process, your system takes a great deal of abuse. While moving air and conditioning it, dirt, dust, and other debris can build up inside the units, affecting the system's operation. Read More 

Talk To Your Heating Contractor About These Useful Features For Your New Furnace

If your furnace is getting old, it may be time to replace it before it fails and leaves you shivering. If you have small kids, you are probably even more concerned about making sure your furnace makes it through another rough winter. A heating contractor can advise you on the need for a new furnace and also recommend the right kind and size. You might want to have additional accessories installed at the same time, especially if you want to keep your kids comfortable and the air in your home clean. Read More