Are you too scared to open your utility bill each month? You shouldn’t have to be. There are changes that you can make, big and small, that can have a positive impact on your monthly utility budget.
It is almost air-conditioning season, which means it’s a great time to assess the performance of your HVAC system. While checking your A/C may not be at the top of your To-Do list during the winter or spring, it’s a good idea to check it early, in order to avoid common problems, such as refrigerant leaks, before the heat of summer sets in.
As we finally begin the transition from winter into spring, it’s time to check our seasonal to-do list. That’s right, it’s time for homeowners to begin prepping for air-conditioning season.
Use the following tips to assist your system in the fight against pet hair and dander buildup:
If you are between maintenance appointments, there are a few things you can do to keep dust from building up on your heater or air-conditioner.
With all the financial responsibilities that come with homeownership, saving money is at the top of your list of priorities. But if you just can’t seem to bring your energy costs down, your insulation could be the answer to your problem.
Pay close attention to any of these 5 sounds coming from your A/C to determine the source of the problem.
We’ve all experienced that dreaded moment when we open our energy bill and gasp in shock of the hefty three-digit number in the top of the page. But think about it—how often did you crank up the heat and keep it running last month?
Chances are, you’ve been relying on your HVAC unit to keep you and your family warm and comfy in your home during this winter season. But it may not be enough to help you recover from a cold.
Most of us have made resolutions lists vowing to eat healthier, workout more, and just become a more positive, family-oriented person. But have you considered your News Year’s Resolutions for your home?
A defective system will be expensive to replace and can negatively impact your health or the health of your family. The following odors require urgent attention:
There are several low cost and free steps you can take towards making your home more environmentally friendly.
Follow this advice to prevent the Grinch from stealing your Holiday spirit.
Replacing a heating and cooling system is a major investment for any customer, but cost isn't the only factor you should consider.
Often overlooked by homeowners, heat pumps are actually a vital part of your air-conditioner, and they work all year long.
Prepare your furnace for the winter season home by taking these five precautions.
You’d be surprised to learn that your attic insulation is essential to maintaining a steady temperature in your home, which is why replacing it regularly is so important.
Don’t allow your thermostat to play tricks on you any longer. Take a look at these explanations to learn how to handle this temperature dilemma.