What Should Your Forced-Air Heating Service Checklist Include?

Maintenance checklists are an excellent way to avoid costly and unexpected home repair bills. Many parts of your house require routine maintenance, and it's easy to miss a few items here or there and suffer the consequences of deferred maintenance. Checklists provide a way to systematically cover these issues and avoid inadvertently forgetting a critical upkeep task. If you aren't an expert, then developing a checklist for your home's forced-air system might seem daunting. Read More 

Removing The Mold From HVAC Systems To Improve Household Air Quality

HVAC ductwork can be an area where a lot of problems with air quality begin. The moisture that comes from problems like condensation forming inside the ducts can lead to more severe issues due to mold growth. Thus, you may need to have mold removal done to ensure you have healthy air quality in your home. The process of removing mold from HVAC ductwork to improve household air quality includes the following: Read More 

3 Common Electrical Issues With Residential AC Units

Electrical problems can be one of the more alarming issues with an air conditioner. Not only do they affect operation, but electrical malfunctions can also be a fire or electrocution hazard in your home. The best course of action is to completely turn off the unit until it can be assessed and repaired by an air conditioner technician. Otherwise, you run the risk of fire or injury. 1. No Dedicated Circuit Read More 

What to Address When Your Heating Fails During Cold Nights

The late winter and spring weather may still be cold during the night where you live. Therefore, you are still going to need to have your heating during these times. The problem is that sometimes the wear from the long winter can cause your furnace to fail when you may need it the most. The following are some of the problems that will need to be addressed by furnace repair services when heating fails on cold nights: Read More 

Possible Reasons Your Furnace Blower Isn’t Working And Leaving You In The Cold

When it's cold outside, you expect your furnace to kick on and keep you nice and warm indoors. When your furnace doesn't blow out air at all, it's definitely a cause for alarm. Rule out simple things first like the thermostat setting and the electrical panel for a tripped circuit. If neither of those steps helps, you'll probably want to call an HVAC technician to make repairs to your furnace so your home can warm up again. Read More