Do you know how old your HVAC unit is? If it’s over ten years old, it may be costing you more money than it’s worth. You may have been starting to notice some issues with it, or had to pay for repairs. If this is the case, it may be time to get a new HVAC … Continue reading How Can Buying a New HVAC Save You Money?
Did you know that poorly functioning HVACs cost Americans an extra $882 annually? A clogged air filter is one of the reasons your HVAC might struggle to keep your house warm or cool. Without regularly replacing your air filters, you could start noticing fluctuations in your energy bills, and it can increase CO2 emissions. Have you wondered … Continue reading Why You Need To Replace Your Filters
During the fall in Tennessee, daily high temperatures decrease by 10 degrees Fahrenheit. With this weather change, comes changes in your home. To stay cozy, you might crank up your thermostat a few degrees. Before doing this, make sure your system is working properly. Keep reading to learn five fall HVAC maintenance tips. 1. Keep the Vents … Continue reading 5 Fall HVAC Maintenance Tips You Need to Know
Roughly 84% of American homes have some kind of air conditioning unit. With so many people using air conditioners it is surprising how few people actually know how to maintain them. Many common problems stem from a lack of AC maintenance, including HVAC systems freezing up during the summer. But if you don’t know how to take care … Continue reading Tips to Not Freeze your AC This Summer
Are you part of the 75% of the country with air conditioners? If so, you need to keep your HVAC system in good shape to get the longest life out of it. From pursuing residential HVAC repair to completing simple tasks yourself, you can keep your system running smoothly. Read on to learn 4 ways to get your HVAC unit ready … Continue reading 4 Ways to Get Your HVAC Unit Ready for Spring
The average American household spends around $1856 on energy bills every year. Although air conditioning accounts for the majority of this, heating is a major factor too — especially in colder states! Still, sometimes people have to spend more — for example, when things go wrong. Unfortunately, everyone’s likely to experience some HVAC problems at some point … Continue reading Why Is There a Burning Smell When I Turn On My Heat?
Did you know HVAC systems usually last 10-17 years? Their longevity depends on the area you live in, the degree of maintenance performed, and if they were installed and operated correctly. Your HVAC system is likely something you don’t think about very often. That is until something starts going wrong. If you’ve regularly maintained your heating unit … Continue reading HVAC Replacement and Installation Process: What to Expect
The holiday season is about family time, fun, and cheer. However, you’re in for a miserable experience if you don’t take the time to winterize your home. The home heating market is growing at a 5% rate, which shows that getting your home ready for winter is always in demand. This is a core part of … Continue reading 5 Fantastic Tips for Winterizing Your Home
Have you been counting the days to when you never have to spend another hot, sticky day with no AC in your house? If you got a house with no AC and have lived through a summer season, you know how miserable life can be with no air conditioning in your home. Are you ready … Continue reading A Homeowner’s Guide to AC Installation
The average American spends 90% of their time indoors. Between office work, commuting time, and household chores, it’s no wonder why we spend so much time inside. In hot and cold weather, we rely on HVAC systems to keep our indoor time as temperate as possible. If it suddenly feels uncomfortable, you might blame the thermostat … Continue reading Why Duct Work Matters: When to Call Residential & Commercial HVAC Contractors