What You Can Expect From Duct Cleaning

One of the easiest components of an AC unit to neglect is the duct system. Unlike the condenser coils, which can see in your yard or the evaporator coils, which are accessible if you open the door to your mechanical room, your ducts are hidden behind the walls of your home. Thus, you might be tempted to neglect what is out of sight. While ducts do no require a whole lot of maintenance, you should inspect them from time to time and clean them as needed for at least a couple of reasons. [Read More]

Pollen Allergy? Here's How To Make Sure Your Home Is An Allergen-Free Safe Haven

Pollen allergies can be a real pain in the springtime. Every time you step outside, your eyes start running and you begin sneezing. Sadly, it only takes a little pollen to turn your home into an allergy zone, too! Your home should not be a place where you feel itchy and miserable. Follow these steps to keep the pollen outside so your home remains an allergy-free safe haven. Clean your ducts. [Read More]

3 Best Affordable Home Improvements To Help Lower Your Energy Bills

With energy costs constantly on the rise, lowering your heating bills may be a priority in your home. You may be considering energy efficient improvements, but many of these can be costly, such as window replacement. Other options are available that can give you an affordable solution for home improvements to help lower your heating bills. Here are some of the best affordable home improvements to lower your heating costs: [Read More]

Three Ways To Reduce Your Likelihood Of A Furnace Breakdown

When the furnace in a home breaks down, there are times at which it was unavoidable due to the failure of a part and other times at which it was completely preventable. As a responsible homeowner, you can reduce the likelihood of encountering the latter scenario by performing an important series of steps that can keep your furnace working properly. You don't need to have any experience with furnace maintenance to brush up on these three simple jobs and get them done during the season you run the furnace. [Read More]