AC Facts

4 things to consider when upgrading your furnace

If you are thinking about replacing your furnace, there are several important factors to consider. It’s good to be proactive in making your decision on a furnace replacement a little bit before it’s actually time to replace it, instead of buying a furnace in a panicked situation when it’s broken and you’re out of [...]

2019-11-25T23:37:27+00:00November 17th, 2019|AC Facts, AC problems, Heating|

Heat Pump vs. Furnace : Which Should I Choose?

Whether you’re looking to upgrade or building a new home, furnaces and heat pumps have just what you need to keep your family cozy throughout the winter. Both have their pros and cons, so deciding which unit is right for your home may take some careful consideration. What’s the Difference Between a [...]

2019-11-13T22:41:58+00:00November 2nd, 2019|AC Facts, Air Purification, Heating|

Why is my furnace so loud?

The mornings and evenings in the Waco Texas Area are getting chilly, so you may have found yourself relying on your furnace to keep you warm! You’ve probably become used to the sounds that your furnace makes when it kicks on, but if there are some new noises that have developed recently [...]

2019-10-25T18:32:13+00:00October 25th, 2019|AC Facts, AC problems, Heating|

Important Heating System Safety Tips for the Winter

Thankfully, today’s heating systems are as safe as they’ve ever been. There are building codes and gas and electric regulations in place to make sure a heater is installed properly. And advanced technology has brought us the integration of safety switches that stop a heater in case of emergency and keep our [...]

2019-10-14T17:51:13+00:00October 14th, 2019|AC Facts, Heating|

How Your Backyard Can Affect Your Air Conditioning

An air conditioning system works by drawing heat from inside your home into its refrigerant fluid. This heat is expelled from the fluid via the condenser unit located outside your house. Anything that interferes with efficient running of the condenser also interferes with your AC system’s ability to cool your home. Unfortunately, there are [...]

2019-10-14T17:41:41+00:00October 3rd, 2019|AC Facts, DIY Ideas|

What is a Capacitor and Why Do They Break on Air Conditioners?

Living in the warmer climates presents many challenges, but none are so difficult to overcome as the intense, furnace-like heat of the summer. Fortunately, modern air conditioners are constructed with just a few parts, which makes them incredibly reliable. You can count on your unit to keep on trucking for years and [...]

2019-09-25T08:37:57+00:00September 25th, 2019|AC Facts|

3 Ways You’re Using Your Heater Wrong

With winter right around the corner the cold weather will be upon us soon. It’s inevitable that we start using the heater and more hot water. But this creates a common concern for homeowners – their electric and gas bills will soon be on the rise. With the use of energy-efficient solutions [...]

2019-09-25T08:56:55+00:00September 16th, 2019|AC Facts, Heating, Money Saving Tips|

The Importance of Attic Insulation

When installing a new air conditioning unit, it is important to make sure that your attic is sufficiently insulated. Uneven or poor attic insulation can lead to hot and cold spots in your house and a higher AC bill. A well-insulated attic is the best way to increase your home’s energy efficiency. Here [...]

2019-09-25T08:53:50+00:00September 5th, 2019|AC Facts, DIY Ideas, Heating, Money Saving Tips|

Do You Know This Dark and Dirty Secret?

Oh, I hope I didn’t scare you away with that title! Or maybe … I got your attention? Well, you’re reading this, so it must mean you’re interested in hearing this big secret. Okay, I’m just gonna lay it out there, give you the real dirt, which is that … DIRT is [...]

2019-09-25T08:49:03+00:00August 30th, 2019|AC Facts, AC problems, Air Purification, DIY Ideas|

YOUR AIR CONDITIONER IS TOTALLY DISGUSTING—HERE’S HOW TO CLEAN IT

For a central air unit First things first: Make sure the power is shut off. Then, start by cleaning the air conditioner condenser (the outside component of your central AC system) with a vacuum hose and the soft bristle attachment. The fans are what are in charge of actually bringing air into [...]

2019-09-25T08:45:00+00:00August 21st, 2019|AC Facts, AC problems, DIY Ideas|