Should I Install A New Heating System In My Addition?

If you have a new addition to your home, you may be looking at different options for heating and cooling systems. In some cases you may be able to add to an existing HVAC system, but in other cases it's better to plan an entirely new heating and cooling system for your addition. Here are some ways to tell which method is best for you.  If Your Old System Has Outdated Technology Read More 

Should I Create A New HVAC System For My Home Addition?

If you're adding new space to your home, you may be wondering whether it's best to add on to your existing HVAC framework or to create a new system entirely for the addition. Here are three questions that you should review with your HVAC contractor before making a decision.  How Much Would it Cost to Add On? The first thing to look at is whether it would be more expensive to add new materials to your existing HVAC structure or to start anew. Read More 

Have Flies, Musty Smells And Air Purity Problems? Your AC Unit Could Be The Culprit

Are you noticing a lot of problems in your home now that you've turned on the air conditioning unit for the summer?  If so, it may be time to have your unit serviced and cleaned out, to help it perform better and to make sure there aren't any hazards.  If the unit isn't cared for properly, you could have problems like insects, bacteria, and fungi in the home. Here are a few problems you may not even realize stem from your air conditioning unit. Read More 

Easy Plumbing Changes That Can Allow You To Conserve More Water

If you are concerned about the drought being seen in so much of the world, it is a good idea to do what you can to conserve water. While short showers and only running the dishwasher when it is full are both helpful, it is important to consider plumbing modifications you can make at home. As a result, the information provided below will be very helpful. Ask Your Plumber About Toilets That Limit The Amount Of Condensation From The Toilet Read More 

Troubleshooting A Frozen Window AC

A window air conditioning unit can be just the thing to make your home comfortable during the heat of summer. These units are generally designed to cool only one room, although there are larger models that can cool larger areas. The main problem occurs if ice begins building up on the outside of the unit. This will bring the fan to a halt and soon you will be overheating again. The following guide can help you determine the cause so you can be cool again. Read More