Are you prepared to transition through the weather changes and crank up your air conditioning system that has been sitting through the winter? Are your systems fully functional on these first days of spring?
Here are a few tips you may need to implement in order to smoothly transition from the cold to warmer weather:
Schedule Annual Maintenance – If your system hasn’t been properly maintained throughout the winter, it may be wise to schedule a maintenance appointment. Prevent spring or summer breakdowns, and extend the life of your unit by addressing small problems and have a tune...
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Learn how to do your part to "think green" this St. Patrick's Day and save energy in your home!
Congratulations to our Furnace Giveaway Winner: Laura Beauchamp from Westerville! Her family received their new furnace on Friday, and here is a picture from the completed installation.
Laura is a wife and mother of 4 boys. Both Laura and her husband work very hard to provide for their family, but they had concerns that their old “builder’s grade” furnace would break down, leaving them with the financial burden of replacement.
“I first heard about the Furnace Giveaway on Facebook. I knew that our furnace was old and not very efficient, so I decided I would enter for my...
Sunday, March 8th marked the beginning of Daylight Savings Time this year. Did you remember to set your clocks forward? While you are changing the time, you should considering checking these items off your home safety list:
Replace batteries in your smoke detector.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), an estimated 800 lives could be saved each year in the United States if all homes had working smoke detectors. Make sure your home is safe and ready for spring with functioning smoke alarms.
Replace batteries in your carbon monoxide detector.
Poisoning occurs when CO,...
In the dead of summer or dead of winter the cost of running an air conditioning or heating system can quickly increase, leaving homeowners scrambling to improve energy efficiency and lower costs.
It’s a common assumption that, in order to save money on heating and cooling your home, you should close the doors to any unused rooms.
But can you really save energy by closing doors?
Contrary to popular belief, closing your bedroom doors does not improve the efficiency of your HVAC system and may actually increase your utility bills. When you close a bedroom door, you effectively...
When was the last time you changed your furnace filter? If you can't remember, it's probably been too long. While it is a very easy thing to switch out, it is often overlooked by homeowners.
Why is it so important? Here are some of the benefits of regularly replacing your air filter: