Preparing for a Bitterly Cold Winter

When Dust Is in the Air, Is Your Home Toxic?

A study by the Environmental Protection Agency shows the air in 6 out of 10 homes is hazardous to your health because of airborne pollutants, and, if you are suffering from bad allergies, your home could be the cause. If you have never suffered from severe allergies or asthma, but you've noticed a problem as soon as you've moved into your current home, there are some areas you want to clean. Read More 

3 Commonly Encountered Heat Pump Problems

Heat pumps are prized not only for their ability to efficiently heat your home, but also for their reliability and durability. Yet heat pumps, like all home appliances, are still susceptible to developing certain issues over time. If you would like to learn more about recognizing and dealing with common heat pump problems, read on. This article will discuss three things to be aware of. Odd Noises A heat pump produces a certain amount of sound as a natural by-product of its operation. Read More 

2 Distinct Benefits Of Two Stage Furnaces

More and more people are becoming aware of the incredible benefits offered by two stage furnaces. Yet others remain in the dark, and so miss out on this remarkable development in home appliances. If you would like to update your knowledge of contemporary HVAC technology, read on. This article will discuss two distinct benefits offered by two stage furnaces. Two Stage Basics As you can likely guess from its name, a two stage furnace is one whose burner is capable of functioning in two distinct modes, rather than the single mode utilized by traditional furnaces. Read More 

3 Reasons Why Your Central Heater No Longer Works

Did you resort to using a space heater because the central system doesn't warm your house up anymore? If you are worried about not being able to fit a new central heating system into your budget, there might be some hope for the one that you have. Just because a central heater does not put out warm air anymore does not mean that it has broken down completely. In this article, you will discover some of the common things that can make a central heater stop releasing warm air. Read More 

Preparation And Installation Steps For A New Window Air Conditioning Unit

If you have purchased a new window air conditioning unit to use in your bedroom, the following steps will help you prepare the window and install the machine properly. Once finished, use the unit without needing to worry about it vibrating while it is in the window or cool air escaping the room due to gaps around the unit. Materials extension cord  glass cleaner lint-free cloths wood cleaner power drill  screws roll of self-adhesive weatherstripping scissors metal brace ladder measuring tape Clean The Window And Frame And Install The Unit Read More