No one wants an overheating HVAC system; however, it is common, especially during summer. Here are four common causes of overheating in HVAC systems.
Your home's HVAC system is the last thing you should worry about this holiday season. Naturally, the best way to keep your heating and cooling system in top working condition this winter is to schedule a maintenance visit with your local HVAC contractor.
Humidity is a fact of life during summer. As the heat rises, so does the moisture level in your home. You may be wondering if air conditioners can remove humidity. The answer is yes, but not a lot of it.
If you're new to owning a home or simply are taking over the task of caring for your HVAC system, then you need to know the difference between preventative maintenance and seasonal tune-ups. As a general rule of thumb, preventative maintenance are the things that you should be doing as a homeowner to protect your HVAC system. Seasonal tune-ups should be performed by licensed HVAC professionals.
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The cold weather is starting to set in and that means you’ll be running your heater nearly every day. But before you crank your thermostat, it’s best to make sure you prep your unit for the harsh weather. While it’s best to have your unit examined by a trained technician, there are a few things you can do on your own.