Choosing a Contractor for Emergency Heating Repair Before the Service Is Needed

Scheduling emergency heating repair services are advisable, especially before the system ever needs repairs or if your house uses older systems. Old appliances may malfunction even when regular maintenance had been performed earlier in the year. The homeowners should look for a contractor who is willing to provide service any day of the year, 24 hours a day. The Worst Possible Time When people say heating equipment tends to break down at the worst possible time, they often are correct. [Read More]

Why Air Conditioning Maintenance Is Important For Rental Properties

If you own one or multiple rental properties, you should already have a well-established relationship with an air conditioning maintenance service in your area. If you don't, then you should definitely find one of these companies and work with them for regular air conditioning maintenance. After all, air conditioning maintenance is important for rental properties for these reasons and more. Help Your Tenants Save Money on Cooling First of all, many renters worry about their utility costs. [Read More]

The Cost Of An Air Conditioner Installation: What To Know

If you are considering the installation of a central air conditioner system, you probably already know about the costs and benefits associated with it. There are several factors that go into the cost of installing an air conditioner system in your home. The final price tag comes down to where you live, the type of air conditioning system you chose, and the size of your home.  However, the following are common cost factors for most air conditioner installations: [Read More]

Purchasing An Existing Home? 3 Problems You Could Uncover With A Home Energy Audit

Buying an existing home, instead of new construction, is a good way to get more house for your money. Most older homes sell for less per square foot than a similarly-sized new construction home, and the savings can add up to thousands of dollars on the total cost.  But purchasing an existing home can mean dealing with conditions left by one or more previous owners. Since many of these conditions may affect the way the home uses energy, consider having a home energy audit performed. [Read More]