4 Furnace Maintenance Tips To Help Reduce Repair Costs And Prevent Replacement

 Furnace repairs can be an extra cost to add to your heating costs during the winter months, which can easily be avoided with good maintenance. In addition, regular furnace maintenance will also help prolong the life of your furnace and prevent the need to have it replaced. Here is some furnace maintenance to reduce repair costs and prevent replacement: 1. Cleaning and Changing the Filters Before Change of Seasons [Read More]

Warnings Signs That You Might Need a New Water Heater

Your water heater is basically a necessity for your household, but it can sometimes get overlooked when it comes to performing maintenance around the house. The moment you step into a surprisingly cold shower, however, should serve as quite the wake-up call. If you are wondering whether or not you might be due for a new water heater installation, here are a few things to look out for. The Water is the Wrong Color [Read More]

The Components That Make Up Your Heating System And Why Each Is Important

When you think of a heating system, there is a good chance that you are only thinking of the main component; the furnace or boiler. While that is certainly true, there is a lot more to your heating system than you may realize. Each of the following components is necessary to your heating system. You should know what they are and why they are important. The Ducts  Ducts, or ductwork, are all of the shafts that help channel hot air up into your home. [Read More]

HVAC In The Family Caravan: Keeping Things Cool As You Roll Along

Most everything worth learning in life is learned through experience. Taking the entire family on an extended road trip around the country in a caravan of sorts is just the way to do it. Before you go, you should have an HVAC technician check the air conditioning in three locations that are important to making this life experience happen. Check the A/C at Home   After an extended road trip like the one you are planning, you will want to come home and collapse in the comfort of a well-air-conditioned home. [Read More]