What’s a “Feels Like” Temperature?

If your home feels too warm or chilly at times, but the thermostat reading says you should feel comfortable, there’s a disconnect between your actual comfort level — the “feels like” temperature — and what’s displayed on the thermostat screen....

Should You Buy the Whole System or Just the Unit?

When you’re buying an HVAC system you’re purchasing units designed and engineered to work together. Though the indoor and outdoor components of your central air conditioner may be physically separated, they’re still integral parts of one system and should be replaced...

How to Quiet Those Noisy Air Vents

Noisy air vents are a problem for many homeowners. Depending on the cause, you may be able to fix the problem yourself. Here’s a checklist to help you determine if it’s a quick fix or if you should call an HVAC professional. Has the problem been ongoing or...

Low Water Pressure? Here’s What You Should Do

You’re not alone if you and your family are dealing with low water pressure. This can complicate all sorts of household chores and routines, from drawing a bath to washing clothes to watering the garden. But what causes low water pressure and what can you do...

3 Signs Your Boiler is Due for an Upgrade

If your home’s boiler has been properly maintained through an HVAC service agreement, it should last for many years. In fact, while it’s a good idea to consider replacement around 15 years after a boiler was first installed, many homes have boilers which...
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