Some people wait for their air conditioner to reach a certain age, such as 10 or 12, and then they just have it replaced. This is an okay approach to take. It does ensure you're never running an AC unit that's too old or inefficient. However, this approach ignores the fact that some air conditioners are sturdier and last longer than others. Your air conditioner might have many years of good use, and you won't know that if you just replace it when it reaches a decade. [Read More]
Tips To Prepare Your Commercial HVAC For Fall
With the cool weather associated with fall, you want to ensure your commercial HVAC is ready to supply the needed heat. Many of the preparation tips won't take much of your time. Besides, the preparation processes let you identify other issues that may require professional inspection and repair by an HVAC services company. Here are the top ways to prepare your commercial HVAC for the fall weather. Protect Your Compressor [Read More]
AC Programmable Thermostats: When Is the Right Time to Make a Replacement?
A programmable AC thermostat is helpful in ensuring that your home remains comfortable. When it's functioning correctly, it is effective in adjusting the temperature in your home. However, like most equipment, it may eventually fail. That said, you can catch and address early signs of failure to avoid discomfort and unlivable conditions in your home due to unexpected failure. Here are a few signs that point to a failing AC thermostat: [Read More]
Is It Time To Replace Your Furnace? Find Out
Although a furnace will serve you for a long period, it will certainly reach a point where its performance will deteriorate. Since the signs of your heating system giving up may not be apparent, it is important you hire a furnace technician for a diagnostic callout. They will inspect your system, and if the cost of sustaining the furnace operation exceeds nearly half the cost of a new furnace, they will recommend a replacement. [Read More]