3 Subtle Signs Your Forced-Air Heating System Requires Immediate Repairs

You don't have to wait for your heating system to stop working for you to call for repairs. A forced-air system will give subtle signs of impending failure before ceasing operations. Sometimes, the faults don't affect the operation of the heater. Instead, they lead to increased energy consumption and premature wear of components. Thus, look out for the following signs that signal your heater may require repairs. Dust in Your Home Read More 

A Few Ways A Heat Pump Differs From A Central HVAC

If your home needs a new HVAC system, you might want to get a heat pump instead. A heat pump supplies both warm and cool air, and it can be installed with or without ducts. Here are some ways a pump system differs from a central heating and air conditioning system. The Pump Has A Reversing Valve A heat pump uses refrigerant to both cool and heat your home. The pump works by moving warm air from inside your house to the outside, or from outside to the inside. Read More 

Turning Up The Heat On Ductless Heat Pump Installation Myths

A warm house automatically feels like home. However, a high electric or gas bill can make your home feel a little less inviting and your home heat system appears much more ominous. Staying warm shouldn't be expensive, and that is precisely the idea that continues to drive the evolution of home heating systems. The ductless heat pump is one of the best inventions that came to fruition because of engineers looking for energy-efficient heating potential. Read More 

Replace Your Electric Furnace With A Gas Furnace

Many homeowners use electric furnaces for a variety of reasons. They may not have been able to run gas lines into their home at the time of their last furnace installation, or they may have enjoyed low electricity prices in the past, for example. As natural gas companies have expanded their service areas, many homeowners are now making the switch to gas furnaces. If you want to replace your old electric furnace with a gas furnace, your HVAC contractor will have to take a few extra steps during your furnace installation, including the following. Read More 

Why Are My Condenser Lines Frozen?

It seems ironic to complain about one of the units inside your air conditioner being frozen, especially since the main function of your air conditioning system is to provide cold air in the first place. If your condenser coils are frozen over with a thick layer of ice, however, not only will your system not run as efficiently as it could, it could overheat the motor and cause the entire unit to fail. Read More