Why The Manual J Load Calculation Is Important When Picking The Perfect Air Conditioner For Your Home

When you're installing a new air conditioner, it's important to have your HVAC installation contractor perform a Manual J load calculation. This calculation has been developed by the Air Conditioner Contractors of America, and it allows you to find out how much home your heat gains during the summer and how much it's losing during the winter. Knowing your heat gain allows you to install an air conditioner that's powerful enough to keep your home comfortable and also ensures that you're not installing an air conditioner that's extremely overpowered for your home. [Read More]

Find Out When It Is Time To Have A New Furnace Installed In Your Commercial Building

It is important to make sure that you are becoming more aware of the signs that indicate that there is a need for you to have a new furnace installed in your building. If you are able to catch the signs quickly enough, you should be able to have the new furnace picked out and installed before the old one stops working altogether. Here are some of the signs of furnace trouble that you will want to keep an eye out for: [Read More]

4 Heating Repair Tips To Deal With The Most Common HVAC Problems After Winter Storms

Winter weather can cause a lot of problems with your home, such as damage to the exterior of your home, or problems with the HVAC system. While some of the HVAC problems may not need urgent repairs, you will want to troubleshoot problems with your heating. The following tips will help you identify potential problems with your heating after a winter storm has caused damage:  Losing Power and Your Heating System Not Coming Back on After A Storm   [Read More]

2 Signs Of A Failing Water Heater

Are you a homeowner? If so, you likely depend on several appliances each day to live comfortably. Your water heater is one appliance that you may take for granted. Some homeowners do not know how to identify when their water heaters are at the end of their life cycle. It is best to be aware of a failing water heater. If not, you run the risk of needing hot water and not having any. [Read More]