How To Prep Your HVAC For A Winter

With winter coming quickly, homeowners are trying to get their HVAC system ready. Transitioning from using your air conditioner to furnace on a daily basis is usually not that hard. In fact, some people don't have to do anything at all. However, if you want both systems to remain as efficient as possible, there are a few things you should do. This article explains how to transition your HVAC system and prepare it for winter. Read More 

If Running Your Furnace Dries Out Your Home In The Winter, Consider Installing A Bypass Humidifier To Keep Your Home Comfortable

Do you dread running your furnace in the winter because it dries out the air in your home? While most people consider dry air to simply be annoying, it can increase the rate at which you and your family suffer respiratory infections by drying out your respiratory system and it can cause frequent nosebleeds in some people. Dry air can also be damaging to your furniture and to the inside of your home; hardwood flooring and wooden furniture can split when the surrounding air is too dry. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Using Geothermal For HVAC Energy Efficiency

If you want to improve your heating and cooling to save energy, geothermal is one of the best options. With geothermal energy, your HVAC will work like conventional systems, but use a lot less energy. Since there is less energy used, this also means that there is less strain and wear on AC units, furnaces, and boilers. Here are some of the benefits that you will have with a new geothermal HVAC system to heat and cool your home: Read More 

Getting Your Air Conditioner Ready For Winter

As outdoor temperatures begin to cool, you likely find yourself relying less and less on your air conditioner to keep your home's interior temperature comfortable. Getting your outdoor air conditioning unit ready for winter is important when it comes to ensuring the unit will be ready to service your home the following spring. Here are three tips that you can use to prepare your outdoor unit to withstand the harsh winter months ahead. Read More 

Heading Out Of Town For The Winter? How To Protect Your Home From Damage While You’re Away

If your home is going to be vacant this winter, don't leave it susceptible to the elements. One episode of freezing weather could destroy your home, and everything you've worked so hard for. If you're worried about the cost of winterizing your home, don't be. Most of the tips provided here can be done on a relatively small budget. Here are three effective ways to help you avoid damage to your home while you're away this winter. Read More