Although it's fall, some areas of the United States are already experiencing cold snaps and dipping temperatures. If your gas furnace isn't ready to meet this year's unpredictable weather, it could fail. You can protect your family and keep your house warm with the two furnace safety tips below. Check Your Blower Your gas furnace depends on a functioning blower motor and fan to keep your house warm during the cold season.
19 November 2017
The fall season is upon us, which means the cold weather is just around the corner. Now is the time that you put your air conditioner to rest until next spring and begin thinking about your furnace, which will be needed very soon. Waiting until it is actually cold to test your furnace, may end up leaving you out in the cold. See below for some preparation tasks for your furnace this fall season:
6 October 2017
As the nights become cooler and the trees begin to show off their beautiful fall colors, homeowners may not be thinking about their home's air conditioning systems, but perhaps they should. In fact, there are actually many good reasons to think about your cooling system components at this time of year and here are some of the best. Summer cooling demands can leave your A/C system in grave need of service or repair
19 September 2017
The success of your restaurant depends on your ability to serve customers the freshest and most delicious menu items available. Since many of the ingredients used in the preparation of menu items are purchasing in bulk, having access to a functional walk-in cooler is critical when it comes to keeping your food items fresh. Here are three simple signs that you can be watching for when trying to determine if it's time to invest in some repairs to keep your walk-in cooler functioning properly in the future.
6 September 2017
Keeping your home clean and appealing can be difficult at times, but this maintenance can become overwhelming if you have a dog. No matter what type of dog you have or how well you clean your home, pet dander will infiltrate your indoor air quality. If you are one of the 3 out of every 10 people in the United States who suffer from allergies to their dog or cat, improving your air quality is essential to your health and well-being.
15 August 2017
Now that fall is just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about having your air conditioner replaced, especially if it's been giving you problems all summer long. The last thing you want is to carry the problems over to next summer. Here are just a few of the reasons why fall is the perfect time to replace your air conditioner. You'll Be Able to Do Without Your AC for a Few Days
2 August 2017
If you own a dog, you may have some concerns about their shedding hair interfering with your central heating and air conditioning system. If so, use the following three tips for keeping your dog's hair from clogging up the duct work and unit. Brush Your Dog Outside Daily The first thing you can do to minimize the amount of dog hair floating around your home and into your HVAC system is to brush them daily.
21 July 2017
As the temperature increases, one thing is for sure – it will cost more to keep your home cool. Fortunately, there are things you can do to keep your cooling cost more manageable. Rotate Your Ceiling Fans During the winter, you probably switched your ceiling fans to rotate in a clockwise direction. With summer here, it's now time to rotate it back to a counterclockwise direction. When a ceiling fan blows this way, this will draw the warm air upwards, while pushing the cooler air downward.
12 July 2017
Ductless AC systems have been around for years, but they are becoming a more common solution for different AC needs in homes and businesses. Their duct-free design make these air conditioners easy to install and less costly to the consumer. Ductless AC systems are now the affordable cooling for small office spaces, home renovations and small buildings. The split designs give you even more choices for using ductless air conditioning.
20 June 2017
One of the most important things that you can do in the summer when you are likely going to be using your air conditioner a lot is to find ways to get the most out of your air conditioner without wasting a lot of energy and running your utility bills up. Listed below are two ways to save energy and money when using your air conditioner. Force The Air Into The Right Rooms
7 June 2017