Weatherizing Your AC For The Winter Months

Winter is coming soon. With the notably colder temperatures, you won't be relying on your air conditioning unit much anymore. This break can be nice for your air conditioner, but only if you take the time to properly winterize your unit and prepare it for the onslaught of cold and snow. Here's how to do that. Turn the power off Most outdoor air conditioning units have a power switch that you can flip off.   Read More...

What Signs Indicate That Your Air Conditioning Needs Repairs?

You might think that the only time you'll ever need to worry about your heating and air conditioning is during certain seasons. But it doesn't matter what the weather is like outside, air conditioner and heater problems can happen any time of the year. Headaches, high bills, and uncomfortable homes could be the indicators of an air-conditioning problem you might not have even known you had. Increased Bills Perhaps you checked your utility bill and were surprised by the cost.   Read More...

6 Things To Check During A Heating Installation Inspection

The cold season is around the corner, and you might be worried that your heating system is not up to standard. You've scheduled an inspection, but what should the technician pay attention to during a heating installation inspection to determine whether you need a furnace replacement or components changed? Oil Tanks and Valves A typical oil-based heating system has an oil tank to hold the fuel, a pump that channels the oil into a burner, or a heat exchanger where it is transformed into heat energy.   Read More...

AC Installation And Choosing The Right Modern System For Your Needs

Modern HVAC systems offer a lot of options for the design and efficiency when installing a new AC. If you want more from your investment in a new AC, choosing the right design is crucial. There are many AC installation options to choose from, but the process will be much easier if you read more.   AC Installation Planning Checklist Before you start on the AC installation journey, you need to be prepared.   Read More...

Why You May Have Low Water Pressure In The Shower

The amount of shower pressure that you have is often a personal preference. Some people prefer a gentle stream of water, whereas other people want the water to come out at full blast. One thing that everyone can agree on is that very weak water pressure from the shower is not okay. There are several reasons why you may be dealing with lower water pressure in your shower. Some of these will be discussed below, along with what can be done about them.   Read More...