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3 Things To Consider When The Heater Breaks On The Weekend

During the cold winter months, a working heater is a must throughout much of the US. In general, most furnaces or heaters will last between 15 and 20 years. However, most will need repair at some point in their lifespan. A broken heater can make the inside of the home extremely uncomfortable, especially if there is no other source of heat available. It can be even more of a hassle when the heater breaks during the evening or over the weekend.   Read More...

How To Clean And Straighten Your Evaporator Coils

The heat pump is perhaps the most important component in a central HVAC system. It is vital to the normal functioning and efficiency of both your heating and air conditioning. It is located on the outside of your house, making it more vulnerable to wear and tear. Most significantly, the evaporator coils on the outside of your pump are likely to get dirty and bent over time. But, they can be quite easily cleaned and fixed even if you don't have any sort of experience working on HVAC systems.   Read More...

Should You Install Radiant Heat Flooring in Your Home?

Colder weather means you have the opportunity to enjoy more indoor activities in the comfort of your home. Of course, you'll need to adjust your wardrobe as well as the heat inside of your home if you want to keep cozy. Even if you love warming yourself in front of a roaring fire in the fireplace, this is the best time to consider upgrading your residential heating. Radiant heat flooring works differently than baseboard heating and even radiators.   Read More...

Maintaining Your Air Conditioner

It is so refreshing to walk into a home that has great air conditioning. In fact, it is what makes the summer bearable in those extremely hot areas of the country. Nobody should have to go through a hot summer without air conditioning, but it does happen. When it comes to your air conditioning you may have noticed that most problems occur during the summer, and this is simply because the air conditioning system is doing a lot of work.   Read More...

Worried About Mold? How To Keep It Out Of Your Home

If you live in a state with high humidity rates, you run the risk of mold growth on a daily basis. When it comes to mold, it has its favorite places to grow, such as the bathroom, under the sink, and near exterior faucets. However, it also has a few hidden places that it will grow, when given the opportunity. Here are three steps you should take to make sure you keep mold out of your home, and out of the air you're breathing:   Read More...