A convenience that comes with owning an HVAC system is the ability to adjust the temperature in a house in a speedy manner when it is necessary. Although portable heaters and fans can be helpful, they are unable to heat and cool down an entire house in an energy efficient manner. When you are used to to the convenience of using an HVAC system, it can be feel miserable in a house when it the heater or air conditioner breaks down.
Heating emergencies can cause real problems for homeowners in the winter months when temperatures outside drop. Having your heater work properly during the winter is important for both preventing damage in your home and keeping your household healthy. The following are five mistakes you should avoid if you experience a heating emergency this winter, in order to get through the experience with minimal consequences: Having no alternative heat source available
Good maintenance is always the key to a healthy boiler that operates safely. But even the most well-kept of boilers can develop problems over time that require either extensive service or a complete replacement. If you start seeing any of the following signs, then it may be time to repair or retire your boiler. 1. Poor Heat Output If your boiler constantly struggles to maintain its proper heat output, then it's likely time to address the problem or replace the boiler entirely.
Has relief from the summer come at last with the arrival of cool autumn temperatures? Are you excited about not needing to use your air conditioner for another six months or so? When you can't stand high temperatures and love cold weather, having a working air conditioner becomes essential. But it's also one of those things that most people don't think about all that much until something actually goes wrong. Unfortunately, the best way to prevent something from going wrong is to think about it more frequently and to make sure that your AC gets regular maintenance.
Modern air conditioners are designed to be quiet. So if you hear a strange noise coming from the air conditioning unit, it could signal the need for anything from a simple tune-up to costly air conditioning repair services, or even worse, complete replacement of the air conditioner. The sooner you are able to determine what is causing the noise and address the issue, the better. Here are 3 sounds you shouldn't hear coming from your air conditioner and what the noise may mean.