Compact Duct AC Installation Guide To Help Plan The Location Of Ducts, AC Units And Plenums

If you are looking for an efficient solution to retrofit your home with modern AC, compact ducts can be a great solution for this project. The AC installation of a compact system will require good planning, and you will want to decide where ducts, plenums, and the AC unit will be installed. The following compact duct AC installation guide will help you with planning to retrofit your home with modern AC this summer: Read More 

Installed A New HVAC System For Your Business? 3 Tips To Keep It In Good Condition

If you just installed a new HVAC system for your business, you know how expensive this can be. Because of this, you need to learn what you can do to keep the system in good condition. Below are three ways you can do this so you will not have to spend a lot of money in repair bills. Inspect and Change the Air Filter Your HVAC system has an air filter that prevents dust and other things from getting into your business. Read More 

2 Tips For Finding Out If Your Central Air Conditioner’s Fan Motor Is Failing

If your home does not seem to be as cool as you would like it to be or if there are certain rooms that tend to stay warm, you may wonder if there may be an issue with your central air conditioning unit. Especially if it seems as though the air coming from the vents is not as strong as usual, there could be an issue with the unit's fan motor. Read More 

Why You Should Invest In An AC Maintenance And Service Contract

Your air conditioner most likely isn't an appliance you think of often, as it's only used during the warm weather seasons and then disregarded the rest of the year. You use this system but rarely give it a second thought until it breaks down and you're left sweating. You may not maintain your system and may have never had it serviced to ensure it works properly, which can be a mistake that could be a costly one. Read More 

Types Of Heat Pumps

A heat pump is an integrated cooling and heating system. The system cools your house during the hot season by extracting heat indoors and dumping the heat outside. During the cold season, the same system warms the house by extracting air from outside the house and bringing it indoors. Below are some of the various types of heat pumps available today. Air-Sourced Central Heat Pump This type of heat pump operates like a central AC. Read More