Turn on your ceiling fan when you’re home while raising the temperature on your thermostat to save energy costs and keep your home feeling cool. Make sure that your fan is rotating counter clockwise to blow the air straight down and therefore feel cool.
Indoor air quality is on everyone’s mind but how do you know what equipment is right for your home?
On most thermostats, you can choose between On or Auto for your fan setting. On tells your HVAC unit to run its fans all the time, even when the air isn’t being heated or cooled.
You turn on your heat pump, and you smell something burning. What should you do? Who should you call first, the fire department or your HVAC technician?
A heat pump is a device that transfers heat from one place to another, from inside your home to outside or from outside to inside.
There are a few things to check in your home in the case that your furnace is blowing cold air, such as your thermostat settings, air filter, and your home’s ductwork. If you can’t figure out the issue, give us a call and we will inspect your furnace.
Regularly scheduled maintenance can help you catch symptoms of bigger problems before they become an issue for your business. Catching symptoms of trouble early on can keep your units working efficiently and safely as long as possible.
Upgrade your furnace for increased energy efficiency and heating cost reduction.
Air quality in your home is important to your family’s health. Having the right humidity levels, changing your filters regularly and installing air-cleaning or filtration systems like UV lights and air scrubbers.