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Nothing is more frustrating than staring at an outrageous power bill. Unfortunately, if you are like most people, you might be left wondering how to pay a utility bill at some point in time. However, if you can learn how to take care of your air conditioner, your system might be more efficient than ever. I have been an HVAC enthusiast for the past twenty years, and I know what it takes to keep your system clean and functional. Use the articles on this blog to tidy up your system, prevent problems, keep your home comfortable, and save a bunch of money.

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When And Why To Replace Your Central Air Conditioning System
4 May 2020

Central air conditioning systems do not last forev

If You Need To Have Your AC Installed In The Rain, Follow These Tips
30 March 2020

Spring is the season for air conditioning installa

3 Ways To Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
25 February 2020

When you think of your HVAC system, you may only t

Heating Maintenance: How Regular Inspections Benefit Your Heating System
23 January 2020

When you are in the thick of the winter season, yo

Why Heating Systems Should Be Installed By Professionals
30 December 2019

More people are learning how to be more self-suffi

Is It Hot Enough For You? 6 Cooling Options For Your Tiny House That Really Work

The tiny house craze is sweeping the nation. More and more people are deciding to live a different version of the American dream—a much smaller one. Depending on who you ask, the term "tiny" could mean anywhere from just 200 square feet (also called a "micro-house") to anything under 1,000 square feet. Considering that the average American home is 2,422 square feet, either definition works. The reasons for going tiny are as varied as the people that live in them. Read More 

How To Prep Your AC For Summer

Before summer begins, you will want to run through a basic checklist of things to do before you start to use your air conditioner from day to day. Over the winter, while you aren't using your AC, your system and ducts can gather dust in many places. So, you need to do some prep before you can use it again. There is even more prep work necessary if your building does not have heat, or if you hardly use your furnace, during the winter. Read More 

4 Pros And Cons Of Forced Air Heating

If your current heating solution isn't working, or you simply want to try something different, you may be considered forced air heating. Many homeowners prefer forced air heating for its many benefits, but there are a few disadvantages to consider too. Check out these four pros and cons of forced air heating to determine if it's right for you. Pro: It's Effective and Fast If you live in an area with cold winters, forced air heating is a great option because it is effective and fast. Read More 

How To Boost Your Airflow

If you have central HVAC, there could definitely be sections of your home that don't receive enough conditioned air. That is, your AC might not reach the far corners of some rooms. Also, the airflow issues you have during the winter months with your heater are bound to be different than what you are going to have with your AC during the summer months. A room that needs more heat during the winter isn't necessarily going to need more cool air during the summer. Read More 

Things To Know When Considering Replacing Your Air Conditioner

Homeowners often feel stressed or otherwise unsure when they are facing the dilemma of replacing their air conditioning system. This is one of the most important components of your home, and homeowners will want to be informed as they navigate this major decision. Should You Wait Until The Air Conditioner Completely Fails To Replace It? It is often assumed that an air conditioning system should only be replaced once it has completely stopped working. Read More