Avoid A Sweltering Summer Emergency With A Professional Air Conditioning Tune-Up

It's easy to assume that as long as your air conditioning unit is running and keeping your house fairly cool, everything is fine. However, just like your furnace, your AC unit needs regular maintenance to perform at its full capacity. Getting this maintenance once a year at the beginning of the warm season is best. Even in the best cases, neglecting regular maintenance on your air conditioner will result in a unit that doesn't perform as well as it should, driving up your electric bill with its inefficiency. [Read More]

4 Ways To Deal With An Old Water Heater After Your New Heater Is Installed

When you have a new water heater installed in your home, you are going to need to do something with the old water heater that is left behind. You don't want to have the old water heater setting around your home for an extended time. Sell Some of the Scrap Metal You may be able to scrap your old water heater and get a little money out of it. Not all the parts of your water heater will have value at a scrap yard. [Read More]

2 Noises From Your Central Air Conditioner That Mean Immediate Attention Is Needed

When you live in a house that uses central air conditioning, you are probably used to the normal sounds that the unit makes, such as the initial clang when the compressor switches on or the low humming of the blower fan turning. However, if you hear either of the noises below, your AC unit needs immediate professional attention. 1.  Loud Screeching Noises When the Unit Is Running One noise that may start coming from your air conditioning unit that you should not ignore is often heard shortly after the unit kicks on. [Read More]

It Won't Be Long Now: How To Get Your HVAC System Ready For Spring

Winter may plan to hang on for a few more weeks, but spring will be here before you know it. When it does arrive, you'll need to take some action on your HVAC system. Spring is the time when you need to switch from the heater to the air conditioner. Shut Down Your Heater Once spring arrives and you no longer need the services of your heater, you'll need to make sure you shut it down properly. [Read More]