Cold weather has officially arrived! Your furnace will begin working extremely hard to keep you and your family comfortable and safe this winter. One piece of advice that unfortunately many people don’t heed is this. As soon as you spot a potential issue with your system, schedule a service call.
Here are some winter home preparation tips that could prevent a plumbing disaster when the temperatures start plummeting. 1. Remove all your garden hoses from spigots and store away 2. Shut off water to outside spigots where possible 3. Close crawl space foundation vents 4. Seal air leaks at the
If your home is all electric and you heat your home with a heat pump, we have something that may be of interest to you. One of our manufactures has introduced an incredible new heat pump system. This unit uses a special type of inverter compressor technology that can produce
As a homeowner you should always make sure the filter is regularly changed. When you purchase a filter, the manufacturer’s instructions include a recommendation for how often it should be changed. Filters can become clogged much sooner than that recommendation depending on factors in the home, such as excessive dust, pet
The top things you can do in this hot weather to help your air conditioner keep you comfortable. (In no particular order) Keep window blinds closed as much as possible Keep windows closed. Opening windows in the evening just allows the humidity in the home to build back up Turn