Is Your Furnace's Humidifier Working Properly?

Do you have a whole home humidifier installed on your furnace? Are you uncertain about whether it is working properly? If so, you'll need to know the following tips to verify that you have the proper humidity in your home.  Look For Static Electricity There are some signs that your humidifier is not working properly, which can be identified without even looking at the humidifier. If you've noticed that you are producing more static electricity in your home and you are creating a small shock when you touch another person or something made of metal, this is a sign that your home has low humidity levels. [Read More]

What's Causing Your Air Conditioner To Blow Room-Temperature Air

Vents blowing room-temperature air when your air conditioner should be running could be a sign of potential thermostat issues or problems with electrical components. Most causes of this problem are generally inexpensive and quick fixes with the help of a professional. Thermostat Issues The first component to double-check is your thermostat. Sometimes settings can be changed that turn on the fan but not the compressor, so while your fans are blowing air, your air conditioner itself isn't actually running. [Read More]

Questions About Your Air Conditioner

There are some questions that you can ask yourself in order to determine if you should have someone come out to look at your HVAC system. It's crucial for you to keep caring for your air conditioning and heating as a top priority for you. Here are some examples of those questions that you are going to want to answer about your system: Is your system turning on more often than it normally does? [Read More]

3 Ways Installing A Gas Furnace Yourself May Be Unsafe

Few people would suggest that installing a new furnace is a simple do-it-yourself job, but it's one that experienced homeowners may nevertheless attempt to tackle themselves. While the nuts and bolts of a furnace installation may seem straightforward, the job can quickly become complicated if problems arise. More importantly, there are serious safety concerns that often require professional attention. Before you try to tackle a furnace installation yourself, consider these three potential hazards that may make this job more challenging than you expect. [Read More]