What You Can Do To Increase The Efficiency Of Your Air Conditioning System

Coming home to a cool house after being out on a hot day can be a beautiful experience.  However, the crisp, cold air that is being pumped out of your air conditioning system comes at a premium, and you may find that it's just becoming too expensive to keep your house cool.  You may even cringe each month as you view your energy bill and feel that you have to turn your air conditioning unit off because of the cost. [Read More]

Signs Of Mold In Your Ductwork

Mold is a significant health risk if it begins to develop within your home, and it can aggravate and cause respiratory diseases. Your home's air conditioning ductwork is a dark, cool place that provides an ideal breeding place for mold and mildew growth, where it can go unnoticed for a while since it is out of sight. Thankfully, there a few common warning signs that you can look out for to determine if there is mold growing within your ductwork so that you can contact a professional specializing in air conditioning repair immediately. [Read More]

How You Can Reduce HVAC Wear And Tear

You probably use your HVAC system all year long to help keep temperatures comfortable for your family while spending time indoors. Unfortunately, the regular use of your heater and air conditioner put wear and tear on your HVAC system which can result in the need to make repairs as time goes on. The good news is that there are a few things you can do to reduce wear and tear on your HVAC system throughout the years and even save yourself some money on energy costs while you're at it. [Read More]

Why You Should Request A Mini-Split AC System For Your Home

An AC system is one of the biggest costs that a homeowner has to handle. While there are some things you can do to make a central-air system more cost-effective, there are also times when a mini-split system is a better choice. Knowing the advantages of a mini-split AC system will help you to know if a mini-split system could work in your home.  Eliminating the Ducts One of the weakest components of an AC system are the ducts. [Read More]