3 Electrical Repairs To Make In The New Year

As we head into the new year, everybody and their mom is making new years resolutions-- primarily to do things like lose a few pounds and eat healthier. And although taking good care of your body and personal health are good for you, there are some other resolutions you can make that are just as beneficial-- like taking care of some electrical repairs on your home. So, what kinds of electrical repairs should you make on your house as we head into the new year? Read More 

A Guide To Proper Heat Pump Maintenance

The heat pump is a vital component in the operation of your HVAC system. Some people, because of the name, mistakenly think that heat pump is only responsible for the heating processes in your home. In reality, it is equally important when it comes to running your air conditioner. This article will give you a basic explanation of how a heat pump works and give you a few simple tips to make sure your heat pump is working as well as possible. Read More 

Five Ways to Keep Your Oil Bill Manageable This Winter

Heating your home with oil may not be as cost effective as heating with natural gas, but there are still plenty of ways you can keep costs down. Here are some ideas to help you conserve oil and keep your oil bill in check this winter. Have your furnace tuned up If your furnace's motor is not running efficiently or if it has a dirty burn chamber, it may be burning more oil than necessary. Read More 

Simple Fixes to Ensure Your Room Cools Effectively

If you own an air-conditioning unit, and you have discovered it is not emitting cool air to the level you desire, you will most likely want to take the necessary steps in finding out the reasoning for this occurrence. An air conditioner that is not cooling your home effectively will need to be checked over to eradicate the problem. Here are some spots you can check in determining why your unit is not working as it should. Read More 

Gas Furnace Slow to Come On? It Might Be Your Cold-Air Return Ducts

If your gas furnace doesn't come on right away or at all, even after you adjust the thermostat, you may think that the appliance is too old and needs to be replaced. Sometimes furnaces experience problems if the cold-air return ducts in your home clog up with dust. The ducts allow cold air to leave the home and circulate back to your furnace. If the furnace doesn't receive cold air from the furnace, it might not know exactly when to cycle on and off. Read More