3 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Furnace

Living without a furnace during the spring and summer may not seem like an issue, but with the fall and winter approaching, you need to address any problems with your heating system. Unfortunately, you may not realize your furnace is in distress until it is too late. With this guide, you will learn the signs that your furnace is failing so you can replace this imperative part of the heating system before the winter arrives. Read More 

Is A Storm Coming? Keep Your Home’s AC Safe

When a storm is coming through your town, the last thing you may be thinking about is if it will damage your air conditioner's condenser. However, there are a few things you could do to keep the unit safe from flooding and other damage. Cover The Condenser There is always a possibility that the air conditioner's condenser can become damaged due to heavy winds and hail. If you have time to prepare, you should cover the condenser using a cover. Read More 

It’s Going To Be A Hot One: 4 Tips To Keep Your Air Conditioner Running This Summer

Now that winter is wrapping things up, it's time to start thinking about the summer months. Most importantly, you need to think about how you're going to keep cool once the warmer temperatures arrive. If you have a central air conditioning unit in your home, you want to make sure that it's ready for the added work. The last thing you want is to deal with a malfunction during the hottest part of the summer. Read More 

What Are Your Heating Options When There Are No Gas Lines In Your Area?

Throughout the United States, most people rely on natural gas as the fuel source for their heat. However, there are areas where the gas companies have not run lines or where they will not run lines simply because the landscaping does not allow for it or the population is too small for it to be profitable for them. If you're thinking of moving to one of these areas, then it's important to be aware of your other options for heating. Read More 

2 Condensing-Unit Problems That Can Cause Your AC System to Shut Down Unexpectedly

The condensing unit for your central air conditioner is the portion that sits outside your house on a concrete slab. The unit holds the compressor, condenser coils, and other parts that help get the cooling system started with gas refrigerant and its passage. Problems with parts in the condensing unit can lead to the entire system shutting down unexpectedly, which will leave you without cooled air in your home. What are a couple of the problems that can lead to an unexpected shutdown, and how can an air-conditioning installation and repair company assist you? Read More