"Refrigerants" are what make air conditioning and refrigeration possible, which, as we all know, contribute enormously to our quality of life. But, do you know what it is or why it is going away? Put simply, R-22 is damaging to the environment. Please, continue to read to find out how you can help to eliminate this ozone-depleting substance.
UV light’s ability to kill pathogens in water and air has been scientifically proven throughout the years. These amazing UV systems have been used in hospitals as far back as the 1930s to reduce the spread of diseases such as measles and tuberculosis. Read more to find out why UV light is so effective, and how it is used to improve indoor air quality for residential HVAC systems!
Spring and early summer is a wonderful time of year! Cold weather is finally fading and the grass, flowers, and trees are all in bloom again. But, allergens that come with this time of year can be a nightmare. Itchy, watery eyes, congestion, and coughing can keep you up all night and make your day miserable. Your HVAC can help keep seasonal allergens and pollutants at bay!
Do you know where the emergency water shut-off valve is located in your home? Is your water heater running efficiently? Is your A/C operating at its peak? This is only the beginning of a long list of questions most homeowners should be able to answer, but the reality is most of us don’t have the time or energy to become experts in home plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems. That’s why our Premier Maintenance Program was created specifically with homeowners in mind!
Aside from being one of the most significant investments in your home, the HVAC system helps ensure your in-home comfort, so you really need to keep it in great working condition. Changing the air filters, checking the ductwork and cleaning your outdoor unit are all great maintenance tips you can perform yourself, but to really ensure your HVAC system is ready for the spring and summer months, it’s always important to have your HVAC maintenance done by a professional who can take a more in-depth look at your system.
When the icy winds of winter descend upon us, cranking up your furnace is only half the battle when it comes to keeping up comfy lodgings. You also need to keep that heating system running as efficiently as possible and track down any concealed vulnerable points in your home that let the cold sneak in. Let’s take a brief look at some tips to help keep your home as comfortable as possible. You’ll likely save a few bucks on your heating bill, too.
Perhaps you’re entertaining guests, maybe decorating your home, or finishing up some Christmas gift shopping. Whatever the occasion, it’s easy to get caught up in the holiday spirit. Holiday decorating, including lights, trees, and wreaths, can help put your household in the holiday spirit. Unfortunately, the winter holidays are also a prime time for residential fires triggered by an upsurge in the energy consumed to power your lighting displays and Christmas trees, as well as the energy spent to prepare holiday feasts and entertain family and friends in your home....
Chilly temperatures in fall should serve as a reminder of the harsher winter months ahead, so make sure to keep up with your house’s plumbing basics, so you’re well prepared for any would-be problems associated with freezing temperatures. Follow our, Easy Fall Steps to Prepare Plumbing for Winter, and preserve your home's plumbing this year!
Smart technology for the home has everyone talking. Homeowners now have more control than ever before over the systems and features in their home. And these technologies can be built into nearly every aspect of the home. Interested in learning more about smart home technology? We have some great tips on innovative smart home technology that will make your life easier! ...
New Home Checklist You’ve Just Moved to Your New House. Not to Worry! So, your move to your new home in your new neighborhood has reached its final phase. You find yourself at the beginning of your new life, surrounded by safely-packed and highly stacked boxes, and somewhat dumbfounded [...]