Is Your Air Conditioner Ready To Hibernate?
30 December 2019
Winter isn't a season associated with air conditioning in most parts of the country, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't put it out of sight and mind. If you have an outdoor AC unit as part of your central air system, there are a variety of things you can do to protect your air conditioner and ensure that it will make it through to the spring with no issues. Here are some winter air conditioning tips to keep in mind.
Safeguard Your Pipes Against Freezing Weather
22 November 2019
Cold weather can do more than make your home uncomfortable, if you're not prepared. Temperatures that drop below freezing also place your home's plumbing in danger. Exposure to severe cold can cause water inside of your pipes to freeze solid. Since water expands as it freezes, the resulting pressure can burst pipes and cause severe water damage.
One of the most common residential plumbing emergencies involve pipes that have either frozen solid or burst due to cold weather.
How To Save Yourself Money On Future Air Conditioning Repairs
22 October 2019
Before the worst of summer hits, it's a good idea to make sure your air conditioner is working properly and set for the year. If you want to get a jump on your annual service and any necessary repairs, there are a few ways to save some money this year and make sure your house is kept cool all year long.
Enter A Service Agreement
If you've ever had a service technician at your house, they might have suggested you sign up for a service agreement.
3 Facts About Going Ductless
12 September 2019
The process of heating and cooling your home requires a complicated system of components that move air in and out of the home for basic conditioning. In traditional systems, this air is moved through ductwork, which is located in the walls, ceiling, attic, and crawlspace of the home. While common, they are not the only types of systems available. Today, more homeowners and builders are seeing the benefits of ductless systems.