A New Air Conditioner May Change Your Lifestyle

Many people think of air conditioner as being like any other appliance. You need one, and as long as it does its job, you are in the clear. But because air conditioners regulate the climate in your home, they have more of an impact than you think. Here are a few ways your lifestyle may change when you get a new air conditioner. 1. You'll spend less on energy Do you feel like your energy bills are eating you alive? [Read More]

Some Things to Consider When Having a New Furnace Installed in Your Renovated Home

If you're planning to renovate your old home, one thing to consider is your heating system. If your furnace is old and it's nearly time to replace it, then including a heating installation in your renovation is a good idea. Then your home will have an energy-efficient climate control system to go with its new look. Choosing the right furnace takes careful thought and consultation with an expert. Here are a few decisions to make. [Read More]

Pine Trees And Central Air Units – Undoing The Damage That's Been Done

Is your central air conditioning unit positioned below a pine tree? Pine trees are lovely, but they do cause a lot of damage to your home and things like your air conditioning unit. Here, you'll find a few tips to help you undo the damage that has been done and prevent it from happening again in the future. Clean the Unit How messy is your central air unit? Does it have sap and pine needles all over it? [Read More]

New To The South? Air Conditioning 101 For The Beginner

In a few areas of the country, air conditioning is either not necessary, or a simple window unit will do. But in most areas of the United States, a central air conditioner is a requirement to handle the long, sweltering months of spring, summer, and autumn. For recent snowbirds—those who lived in the north but decide to retire to a warmer climate in the Sun Belt—central air conditioning units can be a bit of a mystery. [Read More]