October 23rd, 2016
Winter temps seem to be teasing us lately, with our nights dipping below 40 on occasion but our daytime temps still staying pretty comfortable. It’s as if Mother Nature is trying to gently warn us that winter is well on its way—which it is! So if you haven’t already scheduled your heater maintenance appointment, now is the time to do so. This is the best way to ensure that your heater will work when you need it to this coming season. But why should you care?
October 17th, 2016
It may seem too soon to start thinking about chilly temperatures just yet, but sure enough, winter will be here in a couple of months. And when that happens, you’ll want to make sure that you have a heater that is fully functional and ready to do its job.
There are a variety of ominous symptoms which could alert you that not all is well with your home heating system. Neglecting these warnings will only result in bigger problems for your heater, as the problems will have time to grow and worsen. The best decision you can make is to contact our team the moment you suspect something is wrong. But what exactly should you look for?
October 10th, 2016
Would you ever skip an appointment to take your car in for maintenance? Chances are, you wouldn’t, because you could very well find yourself stranded in the middle of nowhere with a broken down car as a result. So why should scheduling heating maintenance be any different? You certainly don’t want to be stranded in the middle of winter without an effective way to warm yourself up.
Your HVAC systems are probably the largest appliances in your home, and can be very costly to replace. As such, your heating system deserves attention, and maintenance is recommended at least once a year. Heating maintenance can help you save a good amount of cash, and can keep your heating system running as efficiently as possible, for as long as possible.
October 3rd, 2016
When it comes to ensuring the comfort of yourself and your family in your North Carolina home, there are many steps you can take. For example, you can be sure to schedule HVAC maintenance so that your heating and/or cooling system remains in good shape and lasts as long as it should.
You can also make energy upgrades to your home in order to help your HVAC system to not work as hard and breakdown prematurely. One additional way you can ensure your family’s comfort in an energy-efficient way is by having a ductless system installed so that you can enjoy multi-zone comfort.
September 26th, 2016
Our recent temperatures may have you scratching your head as to why we are mentioning heaters already. However, weather is steadily cooling off, and when nighttime temps drop below 40°F, you are going to be very grateful for a fully functioning heater. But the only way your heater can operate at its peak efficiency and effectiveness is if you invest in routine preventive maintenance.
This is a service you should invest in well before you actually need to use your heating system on a daily basis. This give you time to address any necessary repairs before winter hits. But what tasks are most important to ensure a functioning heater? Why is maintenance so important? Read on for your answers.
September 19th, 2016
While you may actually be still using your AC system for a little while longer, the official start of fall is just a few days away. That means that cooler temperatures will come soon enough, and you will need your heater. If you’ve been considering replacing your current heating system, now is the time to take action. And we definitely recommend keeping the ductless mini split system in mind.
September 12th, 2016
Would you ever think of skipping a maintenance visit for your car? Chances are, probably not—skipping this important service could leave you stranded with a broken down vehicle when you need it the most. But why should your attitude be any different about your heating system? Being stuck without a functioning heater in the middle of winter could be just as inconvenient—if not more-so—than being stuck without a vehicle.
Perhaps you think it’s too early to start thinking about your heating unit. But it’s quite the contrary—servicing your system now, right before you will need it the most, is actually the ideal time to schedule maintenance service. A heating system tune-up will help the system run as effectively and efficiently as it should, reduce your need for repairs, and prolong its lifespan. Keep reading to learn more about what happens during a heating maintenance appointment.
September 5th, 2016
When it comes to cleaning up the air in your home, we offer a wide array of solutions that can be installed directly into your HVAC system to eliminate unwelcome airborne contaminants. Sometimes, a standard air filter that traps particles in a mesh is just not enough. This is why it’s a good idea to have an electronic air cleaner—referred to as an air purifier as well. The right electronic air cleaner can remove over 99% of the pollutants circulating throughout your home.
August 29th, 2016
The end of summer is near, although we can still expect our warm weather to last at the very least a few more weeks. This means that your air conditioning system will still be working as hard as ever to do its job. Chances are, you are tired of seeing your high electrical bills. The good news is that you can increase your home’s energy efficiency and decrease these costs with a few simple steps. Keep reading to learn more.
August 22nd, 2016
In order to keep your HVAC system working as efficiently and effectively as it should, you need to schedule professional maintenance. It’s during your preventive maintenance appointment that our HVAC staff will fully inspect and clean your system, all while checking for any pressing repair or service needs.
This is typically a yearly appointment—recommended bi-annually if you have a heat pump system. That being said, there is one maintenance task that you can, and should, do on your own as it is required much more often than once or twice a year. That task is changing or cleaning your air filter. But exactly how often should it be done? The short answer is, it depends. Keep reading to learn more.