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Insulating Your Home To Help Your HVAC System

When we couldn't get our home to cool down last summer, we started checking our HVAC system. We found out that our air conditioning system was working fine, but the air just seemed to leave our house rapidly. We contacted an HVAC contractor to run a few tests, and he concluded that we had a severe insulation problem. After showing us which rooms had bad leaks, he recommended a business to come out and remedy the situation. This blog is all about insulating your home and helping you to keep that carefully heated and cooled air inside, where it belongs.


Low Airflow From Your AC? What You Should Know

Your home's air-conditioning system is one of the most significant investments that you'll make. That's why it's important that you not only know how to take care of it but also when to call for AC repair. Remember that, in some cases, ignoring an AC repair can lead to more costly and extensive damage later. If you want to be sure that you're getting the most from your home's air-conditioning system, you should familiarize yourself with some of the most common trouble signs, including failure to blow cold air. Read More 

3 Indicators Your AC Fan Motor Is Failing

Your air conditioner plays an essential role in ensuring that your home remains cool during the hot summer weather. Among the AC parts that help in circulating cool air is the fan motor. If your fan motor isn't performing optimally, it reduces your air conditioner ability to maintain your home's ideal temperature. Most homeowners find it challenging to tell whether they have a failing motor, but there are signs your fan may not be working optimally. Read More 

Ground-Source vs. Air-Source Heat Pumps: How to Choose the Best Heating System for Your Home

Heat pumps have recently become popular heating systems due to their ability to use less energy while providing heating and cooling all year round. Heat pumps come in two configurations: ground-source heat pumps (GSHP) and air-source heat pumps (ASHP). Ground-source heat pumps are installed below the earth's surface, and they draw their heat from the ground. Conversely, air-source heat pumps are installed above the ground; therefore, they absorb heat from the ambient air. Read More 

Should You Install Your AC Unit Yourself?

If you try to install an AC yourself, there are several things that are likely to go wrong. You might damage the unit, and you could injure yourself. You may also be forced to spend even more money to have an AC installation service correct the problems that result from a faulty AC installation. Some AC Units Can Be Very Complicated You will definitely not want to install split or ductless systems by yourself. Read More 

How Does Air Filtering Keep Your Family Healthy?

How safe is the indoor air your family is breathing? There is an increased awareness of the role quality indoor air has on long-term health effects. You may think that you are safe indoors, but indoor air often contains pollutants, including dangerous elements such as radon. Poor-quality indoor air has been linked to problems such as asthma and neurological problems. Air filtering is beneficial to your family's health in various ways: Read More