There are some jobs that are too daunting for even the most enthusiastic of DIYers. While they may be comfortable unclogging pipes and replacing fixtures around the house, something like performing your own heating system installation can prove to be a real challenge, no matter how many resources you have or how experienced you are.
For that reason, installing a new heating system in your home should be something that you leave to a professional.
If you are planning on doing major renovations to your home, you are going to want to consider updating some of the old mechanical systems and appliances. Installing a new water heater may be one of the improvements you are thinking about, and there are a lot of options. You may want to install an on-demand system or a heat pump system. The following information will help you with choosing the right water heater for your renovations and energy upgrades:
Don't wait until your air conditioner stops working to have it serviced. It's tough to make it through a hot and humid night without cool air, so you don't want your AC to break down in the summer. Here are three times to call your AC service tech to check your air conditioner.
1. Before The Start Of Summer
Always have your air conditioner serviced right before hot weather begins. However, if you forget, don't simply wait until next season.
For many families, a smart thermostat makes sense. Your television and your lights are 'smart,' so why shouldn't your HVAC system be "smart" as well? You may be surprised to learn that a smart thermostat is not far out of reach. Here is what you need to know about smart thermostats for your HVAC system.
How Does a Smart Thermostat Work?
A smart thermostat works by connecting to the Wi-Fi network of a home.
You may wonder about the safety of your air conditioner when it's stormy with frequent lightning. Lightning could hit your AC condenser directly, or it could strike and affect the wiring in your home. In either case, the storm could put your AC out of service until you've had repairs done. Here's a look at three types of damage a lightning storm might cause your air conditioner.
1. Physical Damage To The AC