Should You Replace Your Old AC Before Summer Arrives?

Making it through a hot summer without air conditioning can be a miserable experience, but what if your home already has a functional but aging air conditioning system? The high cost of installing a new system means many homeowners wait until the last second to replace a failing system. Unfortunately, this approach can come with its own set of potentially costly downsides. Still, deciding to replace a system that's working well for the moment can be challenging. Read More 

Reasons Why Your AC Fan Is Faulty And What To Do

If your AC unit's fan stops spinning, the unit will not supply cool air throughout your home. Thus, the unit won't regulate indoor temperatures, and it may become difficult to stay indoors. While you wait for the HVAC contractor to repair the AC, you'll have to find another way to regulate indoor temperatures. But what causes fan issues?  Read on to learn the factors that could lead to this issue. Read More 

How To Structure The Vents Around A Commercial HVAC System

Having a properly structured HVAC system is essential for any commercial building. A well-structured system helps maintain air temperature, humidity, and air quality within the building. It also helps reduce energy costs. But how do you structure the vents around your commercial HVAC system? Read on to learn more. Determine Your Airflow Needs Determining your airflow needs and requirements is the first step in structuring your vents. This will help you determine the number of vents you need, as well as their size and placement. Read More 

Furnace Getting Older? 3 Common Problems It May Have

If you have a furnace that is getting older you need to make sure you keep it maintained properly. Because of its age, it may start having problems and maintenance can help prevent these things from happening. Keep reading for three common problems you may have.  Will Not Turn On  If your furnace will not start running check the thermostat to ensure it is set correctly and that it is turned on. Read More 

Flame Rectification: What It Is, How It Works, And Why It Fails

Flame rectification is a complex-sounding term for a relatively simple process. Gas furnaces ignite a mixture of natural gas and oxygen, create a flame, and extract heat energy from the resulting exhaust stream. Both the resulting combustion products in the exhaust stream and the natural gas are potentially dangerous, so it's crucial to keep them out of your home. While the exhaust system ensures that toxic fumes don't enter your home, a clean burn is the furnace's primary defense against gas leaks. Read More