How A House Fan Can Improve Your AC's Efficiency

An AC unit uses a set of evaporator coils to absorb heat from the air in your home. This is an effective means of cooling your home during the heat of the day, but have you ever stepped out of your home while your AC is chugging away in the evening only to find that the air outside your home is cooler? This is because your AC can only cool so much air at a time, and when your home heats up during the day, it can get hotter faster than your AC unit can cool it back down. [Read More]

4 Common Signs That It Is Time To Replace Your Home's Furnace

During the freezing winter months, many people rely on their home's furnace to keep their house warm and cozy. Unfortunately, furnaces don't last forever, and the time will come when you need to replace your furnace with a new one. Ideally, you should upgrade your furnace before your old one fails completely so you don't have to live without heat in your home. Some of the common signs that a furnace is close to failing and should be replaced soon include: [Read More]

3 Potential Problems Caused By Not Changing Your Central Air Conditioner's Filter Regularly

If you have a central air conditioner unit, you may find yourself forgetting to change the filter regularly or perhaps you do not think it is a big deal. However, there are three potential problems that could result when you do not change your air conditioner's filter on a regular basis: Air Conditioner Does Not Run Efficiently When your unit's filter is clogged up, the air is not able to flow freely throughout the system. [Read More]

2 Reasons To Consider Central Air For Your Home

Installing a central air system in your home is often a good choice due to how efficiently and quickly it can cool your home and make you and your family comfortable during the summer. Listed below are two reasons to consider central air for your home. It Is Quiet One of the biggest reasons to consider central air over a portable air conditioner or a window-mounted air conditioner is the fact that it is quite quiet. [Read More]