Tips To Reduce High Levels Of Humidity In Your Home

Your heating and cooling system is an imperative part of your home's function and family's comfort. While surprising to learn, your heating and cooling system help remove humidity from your home, as well. Of course, you may not realize the dangers of high levels of humidity. Ideally, humidity levels should be around 45 percent, so if your home is measuring higher levels, you need to address the problem. High humidity can affect your home and your health. [Read More]

Three Important Things To Know About Your New Heating System

While a new furnace might seem complicated, proper upkeep and maintenance requires only some basic knowledge to ensure your system runs smoothly and without any untimely surprises during the cold months. Knowing the basics about your system can help you take care of your system when it's time to turn it on after months without use, but also how to greater assist any technicians -- and possibly help you save you time and money in the process. [Read More]

Need A Refrigerant Fill Up In Your HVAC System? First Determine Where The Refrigerant Is Leaking From

If you have been told or just think that your HVAC system needs refrigerant, then the refrigerant currently in the unit is leaking from somewhere. Before a technician fills it back up, they will determine where the leak is and repair it for you. Below are some symptoms your system will be having if you are actually low on refrigerant, and common places the HVAC technician will find the refrigerant leaking from: [Read More]

Understanding Some Of The Different Fuel Grade Options That Are Available

If you have recently moved into a home that has a heating oil system, then you will need to get used to purchasing heating oil. This can be confusing for some individuals, especially since heating oil furnaces are not nearly as common as natural gas and electric varieties. There are many companies throughout the United States that sell and deliver the oil, and you may be asked to choose a specific grade of the fuel. [Read More]