October 24th, 2016
Owning a pet can be one of the greatest joys in life. But sometimes, it can be difficult—since your dog or cat cannot exactly tell you how they feel. Worried that your pet is uncomfortable in your home? Want to know more about caring for your air conditioner when you have pets? Read on, and know that you’re doing your best for your furry friends.
October 17th, 2016
Your thermostat is the only part of the air conditioner you really interact with. As such, you may not put much thought into how, exactly, your air conditioner works. The thermostat typically has two options for the fan setting: “on” or “auto.” And some people are not sure of which setting they are to use on a daily basis.
Our advice: the “fan on” setting is almost never the setting you want to use throughout the day. We provide more information below.
October 10th, 2016
We’re hoping for cooler and calmer weather any day now, as temperatures slowly decrease in the relatively cooler fall and winter months. But even as it starts to cool down, you shouldn’t neglect the regular care and maintenance of your central AC system. That means two things:
- Schedule your fall maintenance appointment with a qualified HVAC professional.
- Change the filter this month, no matter what!
October 3rd, 2016
When you own a home, it’s important to have a company you can trust to perform any necessary cooling and heating services. With the right company on your side, you’ll know that heating and cooling repairs will be taken care of in a timely manner. You’ll be in contact with a company that’s familiar with your AC equipment and can ensure any issues are addressed properly.
September 30th, 2016
Being diagnosed with breast cancer not only affects patients physically and emotionally, but financially as well. Most women are too sick to work and lose up to 75% of their income.
The Pink Fund was created to help these women with their monthly bills to give them peace of mind while focusing on getting better. Eligible patients receive up to $3,000 towards major bills such as rent, mortgage, car note and or utilities depending on their financial need.
September 26th, 2016
In our area, we all know that rainy weather does not necessarily mean relief from the heat. Rainy days still call for you to run your air conditioning system. And luckily, air conditioners are able to work well even as the rain comes pouring down. Still, there are a few things you should keep in mind during the rainiest seasons.
September 19th, 2016
The budget-conscious homeowner can find ways to save on just about anything. They know that many off-brand products can be just as good as the name brand equivalent. They know that cooking at home for most of the week can help with a monthly budget—big time. And they may try to save money with DIY projects around the home when something needs to change, or if something goes wrong.
September 12th, 2016
Your family’s health and wellbeing is your number one priority. Of course, it’s tough for you to control everything that may affect their health, but you might be surprised that some amount of germs in the air can be stopped.
September 5th, 2016
Indoor air quality has a major effect on your comfort. Even if you have your home at the perfect temperature for you and your family members, you’re not comfortable if your allergies are acting up, and any asthma symptoms feel out of your control.
August 29th, 2016
An air conditioner is designed to cool a home. So when part of it is iced over, you might not be very surprised. After all, this can only help to keep you cooler, right? Not exactly.