Heating Repair? Why Scheduling Repairs In The Summer Makes Sense

Posted on: 1 May 2018

With summer finally here, your heating system may be the last thing you want to think about, but there are actually some very good reasons why summer is the perfect time to deal with any furnace maintenance or repair issues that will need to be addressed before next winter arrives.  Cleaning your HVAC system is always advisable after periods of heavy usage With this past winter lasting longer than usual, and including record levels of snowfall in many areas of the country, heating systems had to work non-stop in order to keep homes and families safe and warm.
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4 Benefits Of Installing A Fireplace

Posted on: 19 March 2018

One thing you may want to do is have a fireplace in your home. Doing this will offer some benefits for your living space and may allow you to feel quite cozy in the process. Of course, the first order of business has this item adequately installed. By knowing some of the advantages of doing so, you may be motivated to get started today. Benefit #1: Warm source of heat
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Central AC Vs. Window Units

Posted on: 6 February 2018

If your home needs AC, it can be hard to choose between installing central AC or ductless window units. Both have their usages, and either can be the ideal solution for some properties. Of course, they have a lot of major differences that you need to consider. This article compares central AC systems with window AC units. Does Your Home Already Have Ducts? First of all, central AC systems are really practical on properties that already have a duct system within the walls.
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The Pros And Cons Of Covering The Outside AC Unit During The Winter

Posted on: 19 December 2017

Some people say it's necessary to cover the outside unit of your AC (heating, ventilation and air conditioner) system while others advise against doing it. Both arguments have valid points, and you shouldn't dismiss either of them without further digging: The Cause for Covering the Unit Accumulation of Small Debris on the Fins If you don't cover the condenser unit, then flying debris such as leaves, dust, and paper may get caught up in the condenser coil.
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