Is Your Air Conditioner Ready For Summer? Follow This To-Do List

With summer here, it is time to ensure that your air conditioner is ready to keep you and your family cool. Here are three things that you need to do before it gets too hot: Check Your Filter and Change It If Necessary. Your HVAC filter plays an important role in the efficiency of your HVAC system. If it is dirty, it will not allow adequate airflow to run through the evaporator coil, which is the component of the unit that cools the air. [Read More]

How To Replace A Gas Furnace's Flame Sensor

A gas furnace has a flame sensor that detects that the pilot light is in fact lit when there is gas coming into the system. If the sensor doesn't sense the light, the gas supply is shut off. A dirty or malfunctioning flame sensor can make the gas supply shut off even when there is a pilot light present. If your heater has stopped putting out heat even though you can see the pilot light, you might have a dirty or broken flame sensor. [Read More]

How To Spot Trouble With Your Central Air Conditioning Unit

If you want to make sure that your home will always be as cool and comfortable as you need it to be throughout the warmer months, you will need to know when there is trouble lurking within your central air conditioning unit. This way, you will know when it is time to call for HVAC assistance. To determine if there is trouble, look out for the following things: You Notice A Puddle Of Water [Read More]

How To Clean Your Air Registers

An HVAC system needs to be serviced repeatedly over the years. Some homeowners think that this means they need to call in an HVAC professional. While most major repairs should be done by a licensed HVAC professional, there are a few maintenance job that you can do on your own. One great DIY repair is to clean your air registers. This simple task can improve the airflow in your home and result in better air quality in your home. [Read More]