Embrace the Chill: Why You Should Consider Heating Installation Before Winter

As the days get shorter and the temperatures begin to drop, it's a clear sign that winter is coming. While this season brings the joy of snow-filled landscapes and cozy fireside evenings, it also means your home needs to be well-prepared for the colder months. One crucial aspect of this preparation is ensuring you have an efficient heating system installed in your home. Here are some reasons why you should consider heating installation before the winter season begins. [Read More]

Choosing A Location For Your First Central Air Conditioner

Having central air conditioning installed in your home can literally be life-changing. You can cool your whole home without having to put multiple units in your windows. Your energy bills will likely go down too. But before your AC contractor installs your new system, you'll need to make a decision. Where are you going to have them put your outdoor air condenser? Here are some factors to take into account when choosing a location. [Read More]

A Little Leakage: Here's Why Your AC Might Be Dripping Water

A considerable amount of moisture is produced by your split system air conditioner. Condensation created by your unit occurs when warm air moves across the AC's refrigerant supply, although the level of moisture resulting from this process should be manageable, from your AC's perspective. The created moisture will be expelled by the unit's condensate drain line (located in the outdoor component of a split system unit). What does it mean when moisture is expelled from other parts of your AC? [Read More]

AC Replacement - How Homeowners Should Plan One Out

If your home's AC unit breaks down consistently, creates safety hazards, or is just really old, these are signs to replace it with something new. An AC replacement isn't that difficult of a process to manage as long as you take these steps. Sell the Old Unit's Parts One of the first things that happens during an AC replacement is the removal of the old unit. You may not be sure what to do with it. [Read More]