Tag: Satisfied HVAC Customers

Take Care of Your HVAC While on Vacation

Much like you’d never forget your sunglasses on vacation, don’t forget about prepping your HVAC system before you leave. Your HVAC system is always running so when you’re away from home, make sure you prepare in advance! Here are some easy ways to help out your HVAC while you’re away: Raise the Thermostat: When you … Continue reading

Is My House Well-Insulated? 4 Ways to Tell

Homeowners experience a wide range of home expenses and codes to look out for, one of which is insulation. When your home is not well-insulated, it can result in spikes in energy bills and water leakage, not to mention little protection from these long, Northeastern winters. Not sure if your house is well-insulated? Here are … Continue reading

How to Handle Unpredictable Weather

Weather is unpredictable enough, the last thing you want is for your energy bill to be unpredictable too. With varying temperatures every day, your heating and cooling system will most likely be working harder and longer than it normally would. This overuse leads to decreased efficiency in your HVAC system. Follow these helpful ways to … Continue reading

Your Home Deserves a Great HVAC Specialist

Your home’s HVAC system is integral to the comfort of you and your family; it heats, cools, and circulates air throughout your home. The last thing you want is to realize how valuable your HVAC system is once it’s not working. The best way to avoid this is by finding yourself the right HVAC specialist. … Continue reading

Your HVAC and the Flu Season

Believe it or not, there are things you can do in regards to your HVAC in order to prevent sickness. Your HVAC will be running throughout cold and flu season, so why not use it to your advantage and help fight bacterial and viral illness! Use an air cleaner: HVAC’s are designed to filter larger … Continue reading

Keeping Your HVAC in Check Checklist

Your home’s HVAC system is intricate and should have some assistance from a professional. However, knowing basic ways to make sure everything is running efficiently and how to spot a problem, are important keys to helping the longevity and safety of your system and your home. See the below checklist for more ways to check … Continue reading

Holiday Cooking Mistakes that Wreak Havoc on your Plumbing

  You’re not the only one who is affected by extensive holiday cooking and baking- your home’s plumbing system is too. Built up grease, fat, and waste can clog your pipes and cause serious issues. It’s best to try to follow a few simple rules this holiday season in order to avoid any problems. Firstly … Continue reading

Hard and Soft Water: How Can You Tell the Difference and More

Ever experience that gunky build up on your faucets and shower heads? That could be caused by what is known as hard water. As hard water is not bad, it’s not necessarily good to have. Hard water is high in minerals. This is because as the water flows through the ground it picks up calcium … Continue reading

HVAC tips for Pet Owners

Pets are a key part of your family and home. In order to keep them, and the rest of your family, comfortable you have to keep up with the welfare of your HVAC system. Having cats and dogs can pose an additional threat, so check out these easy tips on how to combat it: A … Continue reading

What is the Difference Between Single-Stage and Two-Stage Furnaces?

Depending on your geographic location, the age of your furnace, and your ability to withstand the cold you have two options: a single-stage or a two-stage furnace. The main difference between these two furnace options is flexibility; a single-stage furnace is either off or on high, whereas a two-stage furnace can be on low, high, … Continue reading