Ready To Install An Air Conditioner In Your Older Home? What To Ask Your HVAC Contractor About

If you have been debating if you can take the heat another summer and you have been considering installing an air conditioning unit, it's time to get quotes. There are many factors that will affect the cost of the installation and the unit. Being comfortable in your own home is something worth investing in. Here are things to talk about with the HVAC service expert about when they arrive at your home to give you a quote. [Read More]

Proper Care For A New Central Heating System

A new home means that you will be supplied with a brand new heating system. Central heating may seem like a luxury if you are used to using baseboard heating or portable heaters. Although everything in your new home will be in perfect condition, it doesn't take long for things to wear out, especially if you turn the heat up and down on a daily basis or don't provide the unit with the maintenance needed. [Read More]

Reasons A Ductless HVAC Could Be Perfect For Your Farmhouse

A large, old farmhouse might be your idea of the perfect home, but you might have to sacrifice comfort during seasonal temperature extremes. If your home is always chilly in the winter and too warm during the hottest days of summer, you may wonder if it's time to upgrade your HVAC system. Before you do, consider switching to a ductless HVAC system. Here's why one of these could be ideal for a country farmhouse. [Read More]

Why Convert Your House To Propane?

Many people prefer using natural gas to heat their home, rather than electricity. Homeowners who use gas typically have lower energy bills. Consumer Affairs writes that a home that runs exclusively on gas can save as much as 30% in utility costs. Unfortunately, due to location, natural gas isn't always available. In these situations, propane is a fantastic alternative. Here are four reasons you should convert your home into a house that runs on propane. [Read More]