Springtime AC Smells: What Is Normal, And What's Not?

Spring is in the air, and as temperatures increase, you'll soon need to turn your air conditioner on for the first time. During that first yearly run, things can get a bit... smelly. Some of these smells are worrisome, and others are just normal consequences that you'll have to deal with (maybe by getting a good air freshener.) Do you know the difference? Here's a look. Musty, Dusty Smells If you're like most people in a temperate climate, you turned your heat off a few months ago and your HVAC ducts have not seen any action since then. [Read More]

4 Things To Consider When Choosing A Type Of Heating

If you live in most areas of the United States, you know how cold winter can get. In order to stay safe and comfortable through the winter months, it's imperative that you have a proper heating system. Unfortunately, with all the types of heating to choose from, it can be hard to know which one will serve you well. Here are four things to consider when choosing a type of heating for your home: [Read More]

4 Tips To Prepare For Heating Repairs To Keep Your Home Warm And Comfortable This Winter

Problems with your heating system during the winter months are inevitable, but there are some things that you can do to prepare. You will want to do all the common maintenance tasks to prepare for cold weather, such as cleaning the furnace and changing the air filters. There may also be some improvements that you want to do to improve efficiency and reduce winter repairs. Here are some tips to help you prepare for winter heating repairs to keep your home warm and comfortable this winter. [Read More]

Do You Sweat In Some Rooms And Freeze In Others? Get Your Furnace And Ventilation System Checked Now

There are a lot of factors that don't include your furnace that could be preventing heat from getting to all rooms in the home and that affect your comfort. If some of the rooms throughout the house are hot and some of them are cold, and you can't get consistent heat around the property, the problem may not be the furnace itself but instead the ventilation system. You need to call a licensed heating and cooling professional and ask about the following things to get to the bottom of the problem. [Read More]