3 Possible Sources Of Odor In Your HVAC

Are you trying to get rid of a nasty smell in your home, does it seem like this smell gets worse when your air conditioning is turned on? If so, the source of the smell could lie within your ducts, furnace cabinet, or even the condenser unit outside your home. This article explains how to check (and hopefully fix) smells coming from any of these three sources:  Smells in the Ducts Read More 

3 Ways to Protect Your HVAC System

At any point, your home can go from a comfortable oasis from the outside world, to feeling icy and frigid, or hot and muggy, if you let your HVAC system break down. Taking care of your heating and cooling systems will allow you to get all that you need out of your residential comfort. If this interests you, read on and factor in these HVAC system maintenance tips to the best of your ability. Read More 

Four Things You Can Do To Have High Quality Air In Your Home

Indoor air quality can be a big issue for anyone who has allergies, but even for people without allergies, the outdoor air in many parts of the country can be filled with various contaminants, and this can easily find its way into your home. There are several things you can do on a periodic basic to keep the quality of your home's air high. The following are four of them. Read More 

Replacing Your Water Heater With A Low Cost Alternative System

For years standard type water heaters have been the standards in homes and businesses everywhere. The tank fills with cold water, the heating element or gas burner turns on to heat the water in the tank, then the hot water sits there until it is needed. The problem is, it doesn't stay hot so the gas or electric heater has to cycle on and off to keep it warm. But what is the alternative? Read More 

When Your Heating System Is Making Noise: Problem Solving Common Sounds That Come From Heating Your Home

At the beginning of the heating season, you may be surprised at just how loud your heating system is. When your system sits dormant for a number of months, the banging, humming, and knocking that you hear when your furnace turns on. If you have any concerns, you can try problem solving on your own. While most noises aren't necessarily a big deal, it's important to do some investigation when you hear sounds that you are not familiar with. Read More