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How To Clean And Prepare Your Central Air Conditioner For Summer

As a homeowner, you can keep your central air conditioner working well this summer by performing a yearly cleaning when the warmer months of spring arrive. Without any special tools or expensive supplies, you can take the necessary steps to ensure the air conditioner is clean and working correctly. If during your cleaning project you discover the system isn't working as well as you expect it to or you discover any broken parts, then you will have time to call for a professional air conditioning repair appointment before the heat of summer really kicks in.   Read More...

Three Reasons to Let a Pro Clean Your Furnace

After several months of disuse, your home's furnace could use a good cleaning. In fact, tackling that dust and debris buildup is usually the first order of business if you're in need of the warmth your furnace offers. Like countless homeowners, you may be thinking about tackling this important task on your own. However, it's also a task that's better left in the hands of your HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) specialist.   Read More...

Are You Ready For A New Heating System In Your Home?

Your home relies on heating to keep you and your family warm throughout the colder season. You have a furnace already, but you're thinking of investing in a new heating and cooling system. Are you ready for a new residential heating system? Use this guide to help you decide if you need a new heating system for your home. Your energy bills rise in the winter. An outdated heating system may use more energy than a newer, more proficient heating and cooling system.   Read More...

5 Common Mistakes That Could Create Animal Infestations In A Home's Ductwork

One of the peskiest and disturbing ductwork problems that homes develop is pest infestations within ducts. Pests can destroy ductwork and create many safety and health hazards for a household's residence if their populations are allowed to build up in ducts. Homeowners need to take the proper maintenance precautions to keep pests out of their ducts. The following are five mistakes homeowners need to avoid to minimize their chances of experiencing ductwork pest infestations.   Read More...

How To Service Heat Pumps On A Roof

On many buildings, especially large commercial or residential properties with flat roofs, the heat pumps and air conditioners are on the roof. Flat roofs, since they aren't visible from the ground, can hide these large and unsightly appliances. It is far more attractive to have your air conditioners on your roof than mounted on the side of the building or in the windows. Roof Units are Vulnerable However, whenever you have an air conditioner unit on the roof, it is completely exposed.   Read More...