5 Common Air Conditioning Mistakes To Avoid

During the summer months, you rely on your air conditioner to keep you cool in your house. The last thing you want is for your air conditioning system to break down unexpectedly on a hot day. That's why it's important to properly maintain your system and avoid making certain mistakes. Here are a few common air conditioning mistakes homeowners make. Forgetting to Replace Air Filters Your air conditioning system's filters accumulate dust and other debris over time. [Read More]

Managing Repairs For Your Air Conditioning System

When a homeowner encounters problems with their air conditioning system, they will need to be positioned to be able to quickly respond to this situation. Unfortunately, homeowners may not have the type of personal experience and information that is needed to be able to repair the air conditioning system as quickly as possible. Do All Air Conditioner Problems Completely Prevent The System From Producing Cool Air? A common misconception about air conditioner problems is that these issues will always result in a unit that is completely unable to produce cool air. [Read More]

Learn About Your HVAC System In Your New Home

If you've just moved into a home that has a central HVAC system and you don't have any experience with these systems, then you want to learn about this type of system by reading this short guide that gives you the basics.  A newer system may have home automation capabilities In order to make sure you are getting the most out of your system that has home automation capabilities, set the system up for home automation so you can control it even when you are away from home by using your phone. [Read More]

Understanding 3 Common Furnace Pilot Light Problems

If your home has a gas furnace, its steady operation relies heavily on a pilot light that remains lit at all times. Specifically, a pilot light provides the "spark" that is needed to ignite the burners each time your furnace needs to kick on. Unfortunately, problems with your pilot light can result in poor operation or even a lack of heat to your home.  By having a better understanding of common pilot light problems in gas furnaces, you may be able to more easily identify issues when they arise. [Read More]