A Mini-Split Heat Pump Is A Home Heating Option To Consider For Your Cabin

While a forced-air furnace is one of the more popular types of home heating, it isn't the only option. If you want to heat a cabin, you might not have room for a furnace and ducts. An alternative to consider is a mini-split system that provides both cooling and heat and uses no ducts. Here are some pros and cons of heating your cabin with a mini-split home heating system. [Read More]

Keep Your Air Conditioning Bill Low With These Simple Tips

When temperatures start rising, your air conditioning system will work to make sure you're comfortable. Sometimes, especially during summer, the heated air can get rather unbearable. You might be tempted to crank up your AC settings to keep the house a little cooler. But that also translates to higher utility bills and energy wastage.  Your AC will have to work even harder than usual, further increasing your bills. Luckily there are a few easy ways to save up on the extra costs while remaining cool and comfortable. [Read More]

Furnace Replacement Services: Signs Your Furnace Needs Replacement

How's your relationship with your furnace? Does it get moody on you at the onset of every winter? That said, why wait for chilly days to start looking for HVAC contractors to repair or replace your furnace? Read on to see if it's time for out with the old and in with the new.  Age Furnace The average life expectancy furnace is 15-30 years, after which it may fail or become less efficient. [Read More]

Dirt And Your Exterior AC Unit

Dirt can greatly affect the proper functioning and working life of your AC. The exterior portion of the unit is especially at risk of dirt, simply because it is exposed to the elements. The Effect of Dirt On the Unit Dirt on the exterior AC unit affects it in two major ways. The first is in standard operation. Dirt can get into the fan and fan motor assembly, causing friction issues to develop. [Read More]