How To Safely Clean The Inside Of Your Furnace Cabinet

Cleaning the inside of your furnace cabinet is going to be beneficial in many ways. To put it as simply as possible, a cleaner furnace cabinet is going to have more efficient components that are more productive and use less electricity. Importantly, a unit that is constantly kept clean is going to have a much improved lifespan. If your furnace needs to be prematurely replaced just because of poor maintenance, you will regret it when you realize how expensive furnace replacement is. Read More 

Which Of These Common Winter HVAC Problems Are You Experiencing?

"It's not working." Those are the dreaded words no homeowner wants to hear, especially with winter and cold weather swiftly approaching. Some HVAC issues are simply more common in the late fall and winter months than throughout the summer. Think you are dealing with one of those common problems? These are a few problems you might be facing. Frozen Water Pipes When the pipes freeze due to the cold weather outside, your coils may also freeze and ultimately stop working. Read More 

Tips for Fixing a Noisy Window Air Conditioner

Window air conditioners are a great option when you don't have central AC in your home but instead live in an area with especially hot summers. This will allow you to stay cool without spending too much on having an HVAC system installed. Unfortunately, window air conditioners do have a tendency to get noisy when being operated, but this is often something you can fix. Here are some tips for quieting down your window air conditioner. Read More 

What Is The Air Handler Fan, Why Does Your AC Need It, And What Malfunctions Can Thwart Your System?

The air handler is the interior portion of your central air conditioner system. The handler could exist as a standalone unit or form part of the furnace if you also have central heating. Within the air handler are several parts vital to the cooling process such as the evaporator coils and a motorized blower fan. What does the air handler fan do, why is it vital to the cooling process, and how can problems in the fan cause problems with your overall cooling results? Read More 

Maintenance Tips For Your A/C

Maintaining your air conditioner has a number of benefits; the number one benefit is it lengthens the life of your air conditioning unit. Other benefits of maintaining your unit include: lower energy bills per month (as you'll use less energy), lower humidity levels in your home, better nights sleep, and lower fire hazard from accumulated contaminants to name a few. Maintaining your air conditioner can be done by a hired professional before each summer season, or you can do the maintenance tasks yourself. Read More