3 HVAC Energy Improvements That Are Simple And Affordable

If you want to save energy in your home, there are many improvements that can be done, but they are often costly. Replacing your HVAC system may be something that you cannot afford or do not want to do. There are affordable improvements that will help reduce the energy needed to heat and cool your home. Here are some simple and affordable energy improvements for your HVAC system: 1. Installing a New Programmable or Smart Thermostat for Your HVAC System

3 Tips For Making Your Fireplace Safer

Having a fireplace in your home can be a very pleasant and cozy way to warm your home, but it can also be a bit of a hazard if you do not maintain the fireplace and chimney correctly. Listed below are three steps you can take that will make your fireplace safer for you and your family. Clean The Chimney Regularly One of the most important things you can do to make your fireplace and chimney safer is to have the chimney cleaned regularly.

Troubleshooting An AC That Won't Turn On

Most air conditioning problems give you a hint to help you determine the cause, either by way of noise or odd operating behavior. It can be frustrating when instead of a hint all that happens is the unit won't turn on. Determining the cause may seem like taking shots in the dark. Fortunately, this troubleshooting guide can help you root out the cause. #1: Check the breaker box The most common issue is going to be the circuit breaker box.

Lower The Cost To Have Your Air Ducts Cleaned: Remove The Blower Assembly From The Furnace Before The Cleaners Arrive

HVAC air duct cleaning should be done by trained professionals who have the equipment to properly do the job. However, that doesn't mean there aren't a few things you can do to lower the cost of having the ducts cleaned. One of the things you will be charged for by the duct cleaners is the cost of removing the blower motor for the furnace so they can hook up the negative pressure machine to the air duct system.

Why Is Your Air Conditioner Leaking Water?

Has water started to accumulate on the floor around your inside AC unit? This problem can be alarming, but it's not always a sign that something serious is wrong. Start by turning off the AC unit so that you can more closely examine the problem without the worry of electrical shock. Here's a look at the two most likely causes of water accumulation and what you can do about them.