How Can Mold Adversely Affect Your HVAC Unit?

HVAC mold is often both unseen as well as unsuspected. Unless you’re aware of the potential signs and symptoms — decreased heating and cooling performance, higher monthly bills, hidden water damage and even puzzling allergy symptoms — HVAC mold may continue to grow...

With Heating Season Upon Us, Learn How to Cut Costs

Who doesn’t like good tips for saving money on that dreaded energy bill? With heating season upon us, now is a great time to look ahead to cutting costs on your HVAC energy usage — without necessarily curbing comfort. Here’s how: Use a Smart Thermostat...

Airflow in a Home is Linked to the Size of Its Rooms

Room size in a house and the specific volume of HVAC airflow into that room aren’t an accident. For optimum heating and cooling efficiency, the amount of airflow entering rooms through supply vents is a carefully calculated figure based on room size. This process,...

What Your Neighbor Does with Their HVAC System Can Affect You

When homes are spaced tightly in today’s residential developments, a neighboring HVAC system may be a source of problems. This is especially the case when the outdoor component of the central air conditioner is installed beside the house (rather than behind) and in...

In the Fall, Some Heating Issues Will Take Top Priority

It’s always a challenge in September to think about preventative fall maintenance for our heating systems. The fact is, it’s high time to think about those heating issues you put off last winter when you said you’d deal with it in the fall. If your...