Leaky Water Heaters: Where Is The Water Coming From?
20 January 2017
Finding a puddle of water on the floor by your hot water heater can be disheartening. Your first thought is probably that it's time to replace the water heater. But while this is sometimes the case, there are many times when all you need is a quick repair. The key is to first determine where, exactly, the water is coming from. Here are the most likely culprits.
The T&P Valve
What Air Conditioning Maintenance Should Be Performed During Winter?
5 January 2017
Although wintry weather can put your home's central air conditioning system out of sight and out of mind, certain issues that tend to rear their heads during winter can cause major problems once the summer sun reappears. From frozen water in the coils to crushed leaves, twigs, and other debris clogging your air intake, you could find yourself dealing with a repair bill well before you've even been able to enjoy your air conditioning for the spring or summer.
Keeping Pets Cool In Your Home When You're Not Around
12 December 2016
People who have pets really tend to care about them and want them to be as comfortable as possible. However, leaving on your air conditioning unit at full blast all day when you're not home can really crank up your electric bills and increase your carbon footprint. Here are some tips and tricks for keeping your pets cool during the summertime when you're not home without upping your electric bill too much.
3 Key Facts About Heat Pumps That Can Determine If This Is The HVAC Unit For You
13 October 2016
A heat pump is a handy HVAC unit that can replace your air conditioner, furnace, and even your water heater while reducing energy costs. The pump works by transferring heat from the air rather than creating heating or cooling. This type of setup has clear pros and cons that can help you determine if this is the type of HVAC unit that's best for you.
Pro: Higher Energy Efficiency