Should I Replace My Air Conditioner?

June is here and summer is not far behind! You’re getting ready to enjoy the warm days outside, and relax in a cool home when the day is done. However, your home may not be as comfortable as it once was when you first had your air conditioner installed. You might be asking yourself: Should […]

How An EcoBee Smart Thermostat Can Keep Your Home Buzzing.

In 2022, we’re all about efficiency, especially when it comes to our homes. Between saving your hard-earned money on energy, to the convenience of operating features in your home from your smartphone, there has been a tremendous amount of innovation when it comes to home heating and cooling systems. The future is smarter! (and convenient!) […]

5 Myths About Your AC That You Need To STOP Believing!

The seasons are changing, at last! The temperatures are getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and your air conditioner will be turned on for the first time in 2022. It’s an exciting time! But there are a lot of things to be aware of when it comes to your air conditioner. It’s a very […]

Preparing Your AC for Spring

Preparing Your A/C for Spring

One of the biggest problems with HVAC malfunctions is a dirty coil. Your air conditioner has an indoor evaporator coil and a condenser coil in the outdoor unit. The unit that rests outside of your home can easily become dirty because it is constantly exposed to the weather elements. Items that are common outside such as branches, dirt, grass clippings can make their way into the unit and affect the coils in the long run. Many components in your HVAC system are delicate so it is best to leave major cleaning to the professionals who are seasoned in HVAC maintenance like your HVAC technician.

Top 5 Reasons Why You Need a Residential Garage Heater

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If you use your garage as a workshop or hobby space, it can become pretty uninviting during the winter months. However, paying for garage heater installation means you can use it as an extension of your home and hook it up to your residential heating system. Doing so gives you a warm garage that you can enjoy all year round.