What To Know About Your Home's AC

When temperatures rise, having a working air conditioner is a must. In some parts of the US, a broken air conditioner can make conditions inside your home extremely uncomfortable or even dangerous during the hot summer months. This is why it's important to know a few key things about your home's air conditioning system. Being able to identify problems early on and have them repaired can make getting through the summer a lot easier. [Read More]

Keep Your House Toasty Warm This Winter

Nothing feels better than coming in from the cold on a winter day, into the warmth of your own home. If your house isn't much warmer inside than outside, you are heating it inefficiently. Make your house a refuge from the cold this winter by using these four tips: 1. Insulate your house. Older homes tend to be poorly insulated. This is usually because at the time of construction, insulation technology was lacking. [Read More]

What To Do If Your Central Air Conditioning Will Not Turn On

A central air conditioner is a great system to have for the hot months of the year, but it will not do a lot of good if the system will not turn on. A central AC system can experience many problems that will prevent it from cooling a house, but if the system will not kick on at all, it could be due to something simple or something major. Here are several things you should do and know about if your system will not kick on. [Read More]

Five Ways To Keep Springtime Allergens Out Of Your Home Interior

If you're like most people, you're more than ready for spring to finally get here after the long winter. However, if you or someone in your family suffers from allergies, that probably puts a damper on your enthusiasm for the season. Fortunately, although there's nothing you can do to keep allergens out of the outdoor environment, you do have a significant amount of control over whether or not pollen and other aggravators enter your home interior. [Read More]