The efficiency of your HVAC unit is of utmost importance if you are to keep temperatures in your home warm enough without spending a fortune on heating bills during the cold season. One of the main components of the system is the ductwork circulating heated air from the furnace to your entire home. Problems with the air ducts can lead to enormous heat loss and increased energy bills. With that in mind, here is a look at how you could benefit from having your old ductwork replaced. [Read More]
Three Signs Your Furnace Has An Emergency Situation And What You Can Do
In the most critical of situations with your furnace, you should leave the house and seek safety. However, you will have to size up the situation to determine if it is extremely and immediately dangerous, or if you can do something to prevent it from becoming so. Here are three signs your furnace has a potentially urgent situation or an emergency and what you can do in each instance. Your Furnace Is Banging Very Loudly and It Smells Like Something Is Burning [Read More]
2 Problems With A Central AC's Outdoor Coil That Can Thwart Efficiency
Your central air conditioner's cooling process starts inside the condensing unit located on a concrete slab outside your home. The condensing unit contains an outdoor coil that takes in gas refrigerant and changes that gas to a liquid. Part problems that interfere with this process can thwart your unit's cooling efficiency. What are a few outdoor coil problems that can thwart efficiency – and how can an air conditioning service company help? [Read More]
Why Is Ductless A/C A Better Option For Your Small Restaurant?
Owning a small restaurant can present a number of challenges and a multitude of expenses that you have to take care of. That's why it's a good idea to periodically assess your business to find ways to cut costs or make things run more efficiently. Your HVAC system might seem acceptable right now, but you may want to replace your system with ductless air conditioning (ductless A/C) for the following reasons. [Read More]