Thermostat Options You Should Look into When Upgrading

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Over the course of the year, you probably handle your thermostat pretty often. For all that you rely on this part of your HVAC system, however, how well do you think it serves you? The thermostat is arguably the most important part of any heating or air conditioning system. Without it, your climate control systems wouldn’t really be able to function at all. So if you’re looking for a new thermostat to install, it’s important that you find a type that properly meets your needs. There are a lot of different thermostat types available on the market, but there are a couple more common varieties that you should be especially aware of. (more…)

What Short Cycling Can Do to Your Furnace

Monday, January 16th, 2017

You should be keeping close watch on your furnace during the winter season, as it’s the most stressful time of year for the system. More demand on the furnace means more wear and tear, which means a greater likelihood for problems to develop. One of the biggest warning signs that you need to call for repairs is if your furnace turns itself on and off every few minutes during operation. That’s called short cycling, and if you’re not careful it could destroy your system. (more…)

Ductless Problems You May Encounter This Winter

Monday, January 9th, 2017

You’re probably relying on your ductless system pretty often this winter to keep warm. As the stress on the system increases, it’s more likely to generate issues of various kinds. If you want to keep your ductless system in the best possible shape, it’s a good idea to keep an eye out for any signs that it’s in trouble. The best way to do that is to be aware of the symptoms you’re likely to see. (more…)

Consider Installing an Air Purifier This Winter

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

When the weather gets too hot or too cold, the first thing most homeowners do is seal their homes and turn on their climate control systems. This makes climate control easier, but it doesn’t do any favors for your indoor air quality. Poor indoor air quality can be responsible for all kinds of health and comfort concerns, from allergy attacks to the flu. If you want to keep your indoor air quality high this winter, you’re going to need to clear the air of a lot of the microscopic contaminants that might affect you. The best way to do that is with an air purifier. (more…)