Research carried out by the EPA’s Energy Star division shows that most cases of premature HVAC system failures are caused by neglect and dirt and dust due to improper maintenance. Properly maintaining your unit will not only save you money on repair and replacement, but also improve its operation and increase the life span. Continue reading
Ductless split systems have been around for a while but this type of system has recently been gaining in popularity.
Both traditional centralized systems and ductless split systems have their advantages. The appropriate choice depends on the circumstances and needs of each homeowner.
Here are a few questions to help determine if a ductless split system is right for you.
If you have ever had your air conditioning unit serviced or replaced, you have probably been offered an HVAC service agreement. You may have wondered whether such a service agreement is truly beneficial to you.
A service agreement is a contract with the company that covers preventative maintenance for your unit. This maintenance can Continue reading
Putting Cash Back In Your Pocket
A new HVAC unit is a major investment in your home. In fact, it’s one of the biggest purchases you’ll make. But, there are ways to reduce the cost that you’ll definitely want to take advantage of when you’re ready to make this important purchase.
Especially in the South, central air conditioning is a modern amenity without which most of us can’t imagine life. According to the Energy Information Administration, about 67% of Southern homes use their central air systems throughout the year, and it comes as little surprise that they also require more frequent central air repair.
Across the United States, air conditioner services are constantly running to keep homes comfortable. According to the Energy Information Administration, 85% of homes in the South use central air conditioning. In the Western United States, 38% of homes keep their central air systems working all summer long. Comfort, it seems, is a hot commodity that every American wants to take advantage of.
Having said that, many Americans would be surprised to know that using a heating and AC repair company is not only a great way to improve their home’s comfort year round, but can also cut their home energy costs. According to Carbon Rally, Americans spend, on average, $280 a year to cool their homes. This number naturally changes, based on the geographic location. Wherever they may live, Americans can rely on their air conditioning services to cut their energy bill in three main ways. Continue reading