The Differences Between Gas and Electric Furnaces

Do you need to get a new furnace for your home? If so, you'll have to make a decision about what type of fuel source it will use. Furnaces typically use either gas or electricity to power the appliance, with there being some big differences between the two. By knowing that those differences are, you can make an informed decision about what is best for your home.  1. Gas Furnaces Read More 

What You Need To Know During An HVAC Emergency

While your home's HVAC system will work with no problems for much of its lifespan, eventually repairs will be needed. Over time, components will start to show wear and tear and will require either repairs or replacement. HVAC repair is essential and will help you get the most out of your system. Most repairs are not urgent. However, emergency HVAC repair is an option if your system's issues need attention immediately. Read More 

How to Stay Safe While Repairing Furnaces

If your clients need gas or electric furnace repair, then you need to be cautious. There are a wide variety of dangers associated with furnaces and other HVAC units, especially when working with the innards of the units themselves. Here are three ways a furnace repair contractor should keep themselves safe when repairing furnaces. 1. Preventing a Fire One of the major risks of repairing furnaces is a fire starting from flammable objects being near the furnace. Read More 

All About The AC Drain Line Under Your Sink – Wait, What?

A fun part of using central air conditioning in humid regions is learning just how much water the system can produce. When you run an air conditioner, you're effectively running both a cooling and a dehumidifying system at the same time. As the warm air runs over a condenser, the condenser draws out moisture. That means that if you're running your air conditioner for hours each day in a very humid area such as the Gulf Coast, the system is drawing out gallons upon gallons of water. Read More 

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