If you're hoping to keep your home comfortable this summer but worry about the cost of running your AC through the hottest time of the year, you're not alone. Many people worry about the cost of cooling. However, there are some simple things you can try to help reduce the overall cost of cooling home. Install a programmable thermostat. A programmable thermostat allows you to set your home temperature higher when you are at work, away on vacation, or even when you're expecting a wave of cooler weather for a week.
31 January 2018
A puff of dust and/or burnt material can be an obnoxious part of turning on your heating or air conditioning systems on for the first time in months. Dust in the air is just one of the more noticeable problems after long periods of time without maintenance; many hidden issues could be lurking that may end up costing additional money over time if you're not careful. Here are a few maintenance points to consider as the seasons change:
13 December 2017
When evaluating the overall energy consumption for your home, you may find that the HVAC is responsible for most of the usage. In order to keep the amount of energy consumed by your HVAC system low, you should keep it well-maintained at all times. This means that you should perform regular inspections and consider upgrading to a high efficiency HVAC system. This will further allow you to manage your home energy usage by using tools such as programmable thermostats and low noise filters.
7 November 2017
Problems with a furnace can create dangerous conditions inside a home. When these problems start to manifest themselves, homeowners may find that the temperature in their home drops drastically or the structure is placed at a higher risk of suffering a fire. In particular, there are a handful of problems that a furnace will be particularly vulnerable to suffering. Clogs If a furnace develops close in it, the system may suffer a significant decrease in the circulation that it can provide.
4 October 2017
One of the most important things that you can do when you own an air conditioner is to take steps to keep it in good condition, mostly because you do not want to end up with a system that is working poorly or that is not working at all in the middle of summer. Listed beellow are two ways to keep your air conditioner in good condition. Avoid Waiting To Contact An Air Conditioner Repair Service
12 September 2017
Home heating and cooling systems can help you enjoy any weather. However, any system comes with significant costs and maintenance needs. You might be wondering when is the best time to have your heating and cooling system serviced. While many people prefer doing this in early fall, there are actually some good reasons to do heating and cooling maintenance in the summer. Save Time First, heating and cooling system maintenance in the summer can save you time.
30 August 2017
To save on energy costs, you can make several changes. For instance, you could opt to turn off your air conditioner and depend more on fans. However, there is one change to your home that you could possibly lower your energy bills and allow you to continue to use your air conditioner. If you have recessed lighting in your home, it could be to blame for rising energy costs. How Does Recessed Lighting Lead to Higher Energy Costs?
17 August 2017
Your air conditioning system should turn off once it reaches the temperature set on your thermostat. But if your AC stays on all day without rest, you may have a problem with the evaporator coil inside your indoor unit. Your thermostat or its batteries may also be faulty. Any of these problems can cause significant problems with your cooling system and home's energy expenses. You can find out why your AC stays on with the simple solutions below.
26 July 2017
Your heating and air conditioning is an important part of your comfort throughout the year. You need your air conditioning unit for those long, hot summer days and your heating system for the cold winter nights. Replacing a part of your heating and cooling system can be a very pricey project, and in most cases, the problem could have been fixed well before major damage was done. A little maintenance can go a very long way when it comes to your air conditioning unit.
26 July 2017
If your air conditioner isn't blowing cold air, the problem may actually be that your air conditioner unit has become too cold! Many people have been shocked when they open up their air conditioning units only to see a gigantic block of ice. The culprit, in this case, is that the evaporator coils are becoming much colder than they are designed to, which causes ice to form around them. The ice acts as an insulator, which exacerbates the problem since the warm air from your home can no longer heat the evaporator coils, and they're already too cold!
7 July 2017