Smart Landscaping Tips For The Space Around Your Air Conditioner

Spring will be here very soon! With the arrival of spring comes warm weather, activation of the air conditioner and landscaping projects in the yard. If you're thinking about landscaping the area around your air conditioner this spring, it's important to know how landscaping can affect your A/C and what you can do to prevent problems from arising. The following tips will help you landscape around your air conditioner without negatively impacting its functionality. Read More 

3 Air Conditioning Solutions That Will Reduce Cost With Your Replacement Project

When your AC goes out, there are few options other than replacing the old AC. This can often be due to an outdated, inefficient system that has gone beyond its life. Sometimes, replacement can also give you the option to change your system for something that is more economical and has better performance. If you want to save with your AC replacement, here are some of the solutions that you may want to consider: Read More 

The Benefits Of Choosing Hydronic Radiant Home Heating Over Forced Air Systems

When the temperatures outside dip low and the winds are blowing freezing cold air against your house, it is nice to know you have a great heating system in your home. However, with many forced air home heating systems, indoor air temperatures can be different from the floor up to the ceiling, the reason you may feel warm on your arms, but your feet may stay cold if you do not always wear socks and slippers. Read More 

Potential Causes Of A Malfunctioning Furnace System

Do you have a furnace that doesn't seem to be working very well? Are you wondering if your furnace needs to be replaced or if it can simply be repaired? While not every repair job can be handled by most homeowners, here are some things to check or do before calling your heating repair technician: Change filters: Clogged filters can cause a system to work harder than it needs to, resulting in a potentially costly heating repair bill in the future. Read More 

How To Handle An HVAC Unit That Is Freezing Up

While heating and air conditioning units are very effective and work great most of the time, you might occasionally deal with issues. A common problem is having an air conditioner that keeps freezing over. Here are some things to do when your HVAC unit is frozen. Check the Refrigerant One of the more common reasons for an air conditioner to freeze up is low refrigerant. Your air conditioner relies on refrigerant to balance the temperature by moving heat from your home outside, so the inside can cool off when the system is turned on. Read More