How To Clean Your Furnace Cabinet And Tape Your Air Ducts

There are a few things you can do to maximize airflow so you can heat your house more evenly. You don't need to invest in supplemental heating sources, like ductless heat pumps or space heaters to add heat to your home. Instead, you should first try to improve the efficiency of your furnace and duct system. This article explains how you can make your furnace more efficient and your ducts more airtight. Read More 

Don’t Wait For An AC Repair: Why You Need Regular Air Conditioner Maintenance

When your home cooling system needs an AC repair you're on top of it. Whether there's water dripping where it shouldn't be, warm air coming through the vents (instead of the expected cool air) or loud knocking noises that won't go away, hesitation isn't something that you would ever do when your air conditioner isn't working properly. Even though you jump to call in reinforcements when something is wrong, what do you do when everything is going right? Read More 

What To Clean On Your Condenser Unit

The condenser unit is the large box on the outside of your home. It is linked directly to the air conditioning system, and mainly responsible for drawing hot air out of your home, cooling the refrigerant lines, and producing cold air that can then be circulated into your duct system. Basically, it is essential to the functionality of an air conditioning system, and if it is not properly maintained, you can expect to have a fully efficient HVAC system. Read More 

Heating Advice For Your New Place

If you have moved into a new place and this is going to be your first winter there, you don't want any surprises when it comes to keeping yourself and your family warm. You want to know that you are going to be able to maintain a comfortable temperature in the house easily and that it isn't going to cost you more than you can afford in order to do it. Read More 

Three Ways To Have A Woodburning Fire In Your Livingroom

If you have always loved the idea of having a roaring (or cozy) fire in your living room, then you have three basic options. They are: woodburning stoves, potbelly stoves, or fireplaces. Each has it's own benefits and drawbacks. To help you go ahead and make a better choice, here is a brief overview of what the different options are like. Glass Fronted Woodburning Stove A woodburning stove is hooked up to a long pipe chimney. Read More