If you come home and notice it's just not as cool as usual, it could possibly be a hot flash, or it could be that your air conditioner isn't working properly to cool your home. Take a good look at your thermostat and sit to listen to your system to be sure it isn't just you. If you think it may be a problem with your system, read on for some helpful tips to troubleshoot your system. [Read More]
Fixing Problems With Your Pilot Light
If you have an older furnace in your home, the furnace likely relies on a pilot light to produce the heat needed to warm your home. Homeowners can become frustrated with the lack of constant heat when a furnace's pilot light will not stay lit. Troubleshooting a faulty pilot light doesn't have to be challenging, you just have to know where to begin. Clear a clogged pilot light orifice Your pilot light burns out of a small hole. [Read More]
Inspections For Central Heaters
A cold house can be uncomfortable to live in, especially when you are trying to recover from a cold or other health condition. If you have a central heating system that is no longer able to produce the warmth that you need, the problem can possibly be resolved with help from a professional HVAC technician. He or she can inspect the important parts to determine if they can be repaired without you having to invest in a new system altogether. [Read More]
How Well Do Window AC Units Work?
Keeping your home comfortable with cool and clean air during the summer is often hard to do if you don't have some sort of air conditioning system. If your home is not already kitted with central AC, and you can't afford to retrofit it with a condenser and forced air conditioner, you might want to consider investing in window AC units. This article explains when and where window AC units work the best. [Read More]