The thought of purchasing a new HVAC system can be daunting, but there are multiple factors that can ease the sticker shock of a new air conditioner or furnace. New equipment will be far superior to your old equipment in terms of efficiency, which can mean significantly lower energy costs and better performance. Another consideration is the HVAC rebates that are available for more reliable, high-efficiency equipment.
Proper air conditioner maintenance by a trained HVAC technician is the best, most cost-effective way to make sure your AC is working properly when you need it. Scheduling maintenance early allows you to enjoy all the benefits of a functioning, efficient air conditioner all season long.
Issues with indoor air quality in your home can be challenging to detect because they tend to be invisible. As you and your family spend more time indoors, paying attention to these cues and taking steps to resolve any problems are especially important for protecting your health and wellbeing.
HVAC manufacturers are constantly updating the technology that goes into their equipment. As a result, if your system is 10 to 20 years old, the equipment available today will offer many benefits over your old system. If you are in need of a new furnace or air conditioner but are resistant to purchasing one because of the expense, here are some factors worth considering.
During the cold weather months, most of our activities take place indoors, and with the current pandemic that means "at home." With school and work happening remotely, what are the best ways to ensure the comfort and efficiency of everyone in your household?
If you have wanted to upgrade to a smart thermostat such as the Nest Learning Thermostat, but found the price tag to be a bit too high, Google’s Nest Thermostat E might be right for you. This stripped down version is almost as smart as the premium model, but comes at a more affordable price.