Getting Used To Your New Furnace: It’s Easy But Still Contains Surprises

A new furnace is wonderful to have after years of dodgy heating that plays havoc with your utility bill. But like all upgrades that involve getting used to new technology, using a new furnace for the first time (especially when the actual use might be several months after you get the new appliance) has a learning curve. New furnaces are still easy to use, but you should be aware of a few things that can surprise homeowners. Read More 

Avoid Summertime Boiler Neglect With These Tips

Winter shouldn't be the only time you pay attention to your boiler. Like many other aspects of your home, your boiler benefits most from year-round maintenance and upkeep. So even though your boiler is off-line for the summer, it still needs plenty of care and attention to stay in shape for the times you need your boiler most. You can use the following tips to keep your boiler in excellent condition while it's dormant for the summer season. Read More 

Remodeling Your Bathroom? Tips For Feeling Warm After Your Shower

If you are planning on remodeling your bathroom, you'll want to find ways to make it feel luxurious when you use it every single day. One thing that can definitely use improvement is your comfort after you step out of the shower. You do not have to be cold and shivering, since there are some improvements you can make that will help you stay warm. Add Radiant In-Floor Heating You may have an existing furnace that used forced air to heat your home, but it may not always be running at the exact moment you step out of your shower. Read More 

Three Signs You May Have To Replace Your Gas Boiler

Your gas boiler acts as the central heating unit for your home or business, and as such is an essential part of your day to day schedule. Any disruption to your boiler's heating system can cause a massive disruption that can greatly reduce the comfort levels within your building, and be a serious safety concern depending on the severity of the weather outside. Fortunately, there are a few early warning signs associated with a gas boiler that is on its last legs, so you can identify and replace the unit before it actually starts problems for your building. Read More 

Two Essential HVAC Maintenance Jobs

If you think that your HVAC system could use some maintenance, to increase the efficiency, there are a few things you can do. While most people leave all of their HVAC maintenance to professional technicians, you can do a few jobs yourself. This article explains two simple jobs that are cheap and could instantly increase the productivity of your HVAC system: Regular Filter Replacement One important thing that will contribute to a healthy furnace and added efficiency of the entire HVAC system is the regular replacement of the filter. Read More