There are several reasons why an HVAC unit will overheat, causing it to malfunction. The underlying problem can be a simple or complex issue.
For starters, the new thermostat needs to be compatible with your furnace to work correctly. It all depends on the voltage capacity that your heating unit has. As our client, you don't have to worry since we will help you determine compatibility.
Despite the hectic holiday season, it is a great time to save money and improve HVAC efficiency. The following tips help homeowners accomplish both without any hard work required.
In modern society today, many of us enjoy the luxury of having air conditioning and heating in our homes. It can be hard to believe, but it was not that long ago when many houses in the United States did not have HVAC systems. We put together a list of fun HVAC facts that may make you appreciate the cooling and heating inside your home.
There are many ways that you can save money on your electric bill this Fall. By taking steps to save energy, you can enjoy having extra money in your pocket instead of worrying about high bills that could be avoided.
Anyone that has taken part in a home remodeling project knows that there will be a lot of dust that results from the process. Likewise, many people have had to learn the hard way how dangerous dust can be for an HVAC system.
If you are looking to literally breathe easier in your home, it helps to have a better understanding of MERV ratings when you are choosing HVAC filters. MERV (minimum efficiency reporting value) ratings are important because they measure how effective air filters are.
Buying a home for the first time is an exciting experience for anyone. One of the first systems to check for is the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. First-time home buyers are usually confused about which features to look for as there are so many.
Your electric bill can skyrocket during the winter months if you are not careful. Heating costs can raise your bill. During the cold months, your heating system will have to work hard to make certain that your home stays warm enough.
As summer approaches, many homeowners are thankful to say goodbye to the cooler months of winter but bring an inevitable spike in energy bills—that is, unless you can avoid it.