Answering A Few Questions About Duct Cleaning

There are many steps that will need to be taken to properly maintain your home. However, it is a reality that failure to take these steps can lead to some common problems with certain systems. In particular, it can be common for individuals to overlook the importance of having their air ducts and vents cleaned. If this is a task that you have seldom given much thought, you will likely benefit from learning the answers to a few of the more common questions that are asked about this type of maintenance. Read More 

4 Benefits Of Investing In A Central HVAC System

Are you tired of using a window air conditioning unit and portable heaters in your house? It might be time for you to upgrade to a central heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system. You will be happy with the investment because of the numerous benefits you will enjoy. In this article, you will find out why investing in an HVAC system is a good alternative to how you are currently getting your warm and cool air. Read More 

Don’T Ignore Furnace Maintenance For These 3 Reasons

If you are replacing an old furnace with one that is brand new, you might be seeing it as a fresh start when it comes to this key appliance. Long gone are the days of ignoring maintenance, since you'll want to do all that you can to get the most possible years out of the furnace before it needs replacement again. These 3 reasons could help encourage you to get regular professional maintenance done to your furnace. Read More 

Common Reasons Your Air Conditioner Fan Isn’t Working

The fan motor is a critical component of your air conditioning unit. If this part fails, your AC won't be able to move cold air through your home or hot air out of it. There are several reasons why a fan motor may stop working. Here are a couple of those reasons and tips on diagnosing the problem. Capacitor Problems One of the most common reasons a fan motor may suddenly stop working is if the capacitor goes bad. Read More 

How To Keep Outdoor Allergies From Following You Indoors

It's bad enough to have itchy eyes and a runny nose every time you step outside in the spring. You really don't want those outdoor allergies following you inside, too! These tips and tricks will help you keep your home free from pollen this spring. Leave your shoes (and pollen-covered clothing) outside. All you have to do is walk through the grass, and you'll have pollen on the soles of your shoes. Read More