HVAC Systems vs. the Rain: What You Need to Know

Spring is coming. As such, the rain is likely to ramp up in the coming months. While this may be great for all the flowers and plants you hope to see come spring, do you know what all this precipitation meets to your heating and cooling system? Continue reading “HVAC Systems vs. the Rain: What You Need to Know”

Alternative Home Heating Methods to Consider this Winter

Are you ready for winter? Do you have an adequate heat source in place to carry you through the colder months of the year? Not only is a quality heating source important for your overall comfort, but it can also help ensure your pipes don’t freeze and ultimately burst. Continue reading “Alternative Home Heating Methods to Consider this Winter”

Winter Care for Your Furnace

Are you taking steps to protect your furnace during the winter months? Believe it or not, the way you answer this question is more important than you think. During the colder months of the year, you spend more time inside, trying to shelter yourself from the frigid temperatures. If you are like most homeowners, your goal is probably to make sure your home remains safe and comfortable. What’s pretty shocking is the fact that indoor air is often more polluted than the outdoor air. Continue reading “Winter Care for Your Furnace”

How to Get Your Air Conditioner Ready for Winter

Hello and welcome winter. If you are like most people, you have been waiting for a while. When fall ends and winter officially arrives, do you know what to do to ensure your heating equipment is winter-ready? If not, you could be putting it at risk and this risk can lead to extremely expensive repairs come spring. Continue reading “How to Get Your Air Conditioner Ready for Winter”

The Many Benefits of Upgrading Your Furnace

In addition to being able to get rid of that energy-guzzling, ghastly hunk of metal in your basement, there are a myriad of other perks that go along with saying, “out with the old” when it comes to your gas furnace. This is especially true if your current furnace has been hanging around for more than two decades. Continue reading “The Many Benefits of Upgrading Your Furnace”

Gas vs. Electric Furnaces: A Home Heating Throwdown

Are you ready to invest in something new to heat your home? Have you used a traditional heating system, heat pump or even furnace in the past, but it just isn’t working efficiently anymore? If so, two of the most common choices include: Continue reading “Gas vs. Electric Furnaces: A Home Heating Throwdown”

Are You Comfortable in Your Own Home? HVAC Tips

Regardless of the temperature outside, your heating and cooling equipment should keep you comfortable inside throughout the year. However, if you home never seems to reach that “magic” temperature, there may be a number of issues contributing to the problem. In many cases, it could be your HVAC system – but, be sure to try the tips here before calling for help. Continue reading “Are You Comfortable in Your Own Home? HVAC Tips”

Bad HVAC Habits: Don’t Put this Huge Home Investment at Risk!

If you are like most people, you want to ensure your home’s HVAC system lasts and runs efficiently for absolutely as long as possible. However, if you want to ensure this is possible, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. Continue reading “Bad HVAC Habits: Don’t Put this Huge Home Investment at Risk!”

The Fall Allergies Fight: It Starts with Your Home’s Heating System

Do you know what the best line of defense against uncomfortable temperatures and subpar indoor air quality is? It’s your HVAC system, of course! Gas furnaces, air handlers, air conditioners and heat pumps are all built with components that can significantly improve the quality of the air inside your home – and make your home more comfortable than ever before. Continue reading “The Fall Allergies Fight: It Starts with Your Home’s Heating System”

Snow and Your HVAC Unit: Important Information to Know

Are you hoping that this year, more snow will be in the forecast? Living in Kansas City, there’s a good chance it will happen. After all, there’s nothing like a cold, snowy winter’s night and we’ve already had two! However, while this may create a magical atmosphere, there are some things you need to keep in mind when it comes to your home’s comfort equipment – especially if you have a heat pump. Learn about snow and your HVAC unit here. Continue reading “Snow and Your HVAC Unit: Important Information to Know”