Building A New Home? How To Prepare For Your Propane Heating System

If you're in the process of building a home, and your property is located in a remote area, your heating options might be limited. In fact, because your home is being built in a remote location, you may need to choose propane. If that's the case, you need to start planning, especially if you're not familiar with propane use. Here are some tips that will help you prepare for your new propane heater. Read More 

Considering Air Conditioning? Key Reasons To Install Central Air

As the spring weather starts to bring warm temperatures, some homeowners might be considering investing in air conditioning for their homes. If you've been thinking about buying an air conditioning unit for your home, you might wonder if it's really worth the cost. After all, the cost of the unit and the installation can be significant. Here's a look at some of the things that you need to think about to help you understand why central air conditioning is such a great investment for your home. Read More 

Interesting In A More Efficient Cooling Experience? 3 AC Repair Issues To Explore

The costs associated with cooling a home can consume a significant portion of the family budget, especially in areas where summer heat and high humidity levels are constant problems. With major increases in utility costs expected, many families are beginning to explore options for making their cooling experience as efficient as possible. While the age of the system is a common cause of cooling efficiency issues, homeowners should also understand that the end result of high cooling costs may also be attributed to operating the air conditioning unit with one or more malfunctioning or worn parts, such as the ones mentioned below. Read More 

5 Reasons To Avoid DIY Furnace Repair

When your furnace goes out, the temptation is to try to fix it yourself. After all, how hard could it be? You watch a few YouTube videos, order the parts you need, and do the repair. Problem solved, right? Furnace repair is best left to the professionals for a number of reasons. 1. It Can Be Dangerous to Repair Your Own Furnace Gas furnaces, in particular, can be very dangerous to work on if you don't know what you're doing. Read More 

5 Commercial HVAC Repair Signs That Cannot Be Ignored

When it comes to air conditioning repairs, the best thing you can do is get them done early. If your AC unit is having issues, even small ones, you should have it looked at before the problem gets out of hand. The worst-case scenario would be to ignore a small issue until it becomes a large one that costs exponentially more to fix. Here are five commercial HVAC repairs signs that should not be ignored. Read More