30 May 2017
Geothermal heat pumps are generally accepted as being more eco-friendly than many other types of heating systems, such as oil furnaces. However, you may find yourself wondering how your heating system's eco-friendliness will affect where you actually live. Here are two ways that a geothermal heat pump can reduce your negative impact on your immediately surrounding environment. 1. Doesn't change the air temperature Although the effect is not so great that you would probably notice it much in your own backyard, it is nevertheless the case that a normal, regular heat pump pulls heat from the surrounding air in the winter.
17 April 2017
If your air conditioning system repeatedly overheats and shuts off before it reaches the temperature on your thermostat, clean the fins on your outdoor unit's coil. Condenser coils rely on fins to release heat from the system during operation. If the fins clog up with debris, heat can back up into the system and damage the compressor over time. As the heart of your cooling system, it's critical that you keep your compressor in excellent working order throughout the summer and for years to come.
5 April 2017
There are many possible ways to heat and cool your home. There is always electricity which is mostly produced by coal. One of the main problems with coal is that it lets of a great deal of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. That carbon dioxide is one of the main concerns in the heated debates behind global warming. Whether you believe in global warming or not, it is important to reduce pollution.
24 March 2017
There are many ways to make your home feel a little bit more unique, add character, and at the same time add warmth. The way that you can accomplish all of this is by adding a custom fireplace to your home. There are many reasons that you should seriously consider putting a fireplace in your home. Here are just three of the best reasons that you should consider installing a fireplace.
13 March 2017
Your home's heating system is one of the most expensive components in your entire home. The average furnace in the United States costs more than $4,000 including installation. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to help your heating system last as long as possible. 1. Don't forget that annual HVAC service call. Make sure to have your local HVAC technician come out and service your heating system before the cold winter season begins.
6 March 2017
Waiting until it's already hot outside to turn on your air conditioning system is a bad idea, because if any repairs or maintenance are needed it will already be too late. A better approach is to take a bit of time this spring to perform routine maintenance and prepare your air conditioner for summer, ensuring that when it's time to blast the AC it will cool your home well and efficiently.
24 January 2017
The heat exchanger plays a critical role in the operation of your gas-powered furnace. Unfortunately, it can also be your furnace's Achilles heel, especially if your furnace hasn't been maintained properly. The following explains some of the issues you can run into when it comes to your heat exchanger. You'll also learn how to spot heat exchanger problems and what you can do to have these issues cleared up promptly.