3 Maintenance Tips To Keep Your Heating Costs Down This Winter

Posted on: 4 October 2017
As the weather outside begins to get colder, your HVAC system will be using more energy to keep your home cool. To keep the costs of heating your home as low as possible, regular maintenance is important. With a good winter heating maintenance routine, your heating will be much more efficient. Here are a few HVAC maintenance tips to help ensure your heating costs are lower: 1. Fall Servicing Before You Use Heating
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Prepare Your Air Conditioner For The Fall With These Care Tips

Posted on: 1 September 2017
With hot summer temperatures giving way to cooler fall weather, there's a good chance you're winding down your air conditioner usage. That gives you the perfect opportunity to get it ready for the upcoming fall and winter months. Following these A/C maintenance tips will ensure that your A/C system stays in great shape throughout the fall and winter. You'll also have peace of mind that your A/C system will be ready for action next year.
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4 Questions To Consider When Your Air Conditioner Isn't Working

Posted on: 1 September 2017
If your central air conditioning unit isn't working so well, you may want to rush out and get a new one immediately. However, there are some important questions you should consider before you make your final decision. Check out these questions that will help guide you. Is a Repair a Better Option? Before you run out and buy the newest system for your home, first consider if a repair is a better option, however, just because a repair is possible, it doesn't mean it is the best option.
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Is Your Home's HVAC System A Potential Fire Hazard?

Posted on: 18 August 2017
While an HVAC system is not typically thought of as being a potential fire hazard, there is the risk of a fire occurring if the system isn't maintained. Here are 3 reasons why your home's HVAC system could be at risk of causing a fire. Connection and Wire Insulation Problems Your HVAC system has several components that use electricity. The fan, thermostat, and condenser coils all have some sort of connection that could be problematic.
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