Heating

Important Heating System Safety Tips for the Winter

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

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 [...]

Uneven Heating: Here’s Why

2019-10-14T17:47:51+00:00October 8th, 2019|Heating, Money Saving Tips|

A reliable and powerful heating system is necessary to make it through one of our Texas winters. But proper home heating requires something more than just heating power. After all, a furnace that can heat up air to a comfortable 72°F isn’t much good if the heat doesn’t go anywhere. That’s why a central [...]

3 Ways You’re Using Your Heater Wrong

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

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 [...]

The Importance of Attic Insulation

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

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 [...]

WHAT IS AN AIR HANDLER AND WHAT DOES IT DO?

2019-06-03T09:36:34+00:00June 3rd, 2019|AC Facts, Heating|

Maybe you’ve been told about air handlers. Maybe you haven’t. Even if you are aware of the idea of an air handler, you may not be sure if you could use one to enhance your home comfort in Waco, Texas. We’re here to help you understand what an air handler is and if [...]

HOW TO FIND AND FIX HOT AND COLD SPOTS IN YOUR HOME

2019-06-03T09:06:52+00:00May 16th, 2019|AC Facts, Heating, Money Saving Tips|

If you realize that you have hot and cold spots through out your Waco Texas home, you’re not alone. This is a fairly regular issue. While it may seem like a major issue, the good news is that the typical causes of hot and cold spots are normally easy to fix with [...]

Why is My Second Story Warmer>

2019-04-10T20:41:16+00:00April 3rd, 2019|AC Facts, Heating, Money Saving Tips|

We all know that hot air rises, and that’s a key factor in a common household HVAC problem: a second story that’s hotter than the first floor. But it’s far from the only factor, and a close examination of your home and HVAC system could help you alleviate this costly and uncomfortable [...]

Daylight Saving Time: Should We Keep It Around?

2019-03-10T01:48:13+00:00March 4th, 2019|AC Facts, Heating, Money Saving Tips|

As you know, Daylight Saving Time (DST)  starts next week. If you have a dog, you’ll know right away everything has changed, because your pooch will want to go outside at a different time of day. Of course, it’s only a different time of day according to the clock: your dog tells [...]

Is Your Ductless Heating System Not Working? Let’s Take a Look…

2019-03-10T00:21:52+00:00February 26th, 2019|AC Facts, Heating|

I do a lot of research on furnaces, especially gas-powered ones, because they are the most common type of heating system you find around here. If I were a betting dog, I’d put my money on “furnace” when asked to guess what type of heater a home around here has. However, I [...]

Call a professional for furnace repair

2019-02-19T21:49:27+00:00February 17th, 2019|AC Facts, Heating|

When your furnace is operating the way it should be, it keeps your home comfortable and you probably don’t think much more about it. However, when your furnace stops working or encounters problems during the winter, you want a quick fix. In this blog, we’ll make the case that you should always [...]