AC Troubles in Summer’s Heat

Southern states is no stranger to sweltering heat and skyrocketing summer temperatures. A reliable air conditioner is a sweet comfort in the midst of summer’s heat, but if your air conditioner begins to falter, don’t panic. Our team has compiled some quick tips to help you check up on your system and decide if professional … Continue reading “AC Troubles in Summer’s Heat”

Servicing Your Carbon Monoxide Detector


Carbon monoxide, often referred to by its chemical name CO, has been dubbed the ‘silent killer.’ It is odorless, tasteless, and colorless, making it nearly impossible to detect without using gas sensing technology. Nearly 500 people in the U.S. die each year from CO poisoning and another 10,000 require medical treatment. Fortunately, installing and maintaining carbon monoxide detectors … Continue reading “Servicing Your Carbon Monoxide Detector”

Saving With Your Thermostat


While thermostats are only a small part of a heating and cooling system, they can provide great savings if utilized correctly. Monitoring your thermostat can be key in helping you reduce your monthly utility bill by approximately 20%. Thermostats, especially programmable thermostats, allow you to take control of your heating and cooling to keep you comfortable … Continue reading “Saving With Your Thermostat”

Using Space Heaters


Do you have space heaters in your home? These quick heating fixes offer lots of advantages, but as with anything, they come with downsides as well. Here we offer a few tips on space heater use to help you stay warm this fall and winter. The bottom line is that space heaters are not as … Continue reading “Using Space Heaters”

Your Furnace and the 92% Rule


The U.S. Department of Energy has recently pushed for an increase in furnace efficiency by proposing a uniform 92% level of efficiency in non-weatherized gas furnaces. To help furnace owners understand how their systems may be affected, we dive into the details of what an energy efficiency increase could mean. Heating is the largest utility … Continue reading “Your Furnace and the 92% Rule”