When the snow is blowing and your furnace gives out, knowing that the failure was likely preventable is a bit of a “cold comfort”. The best way to prevent furnace failure and subsequent freezing is by routinely checking your furnace before the cold season hits each year. If you’ve encountered a furnace problem regardless, look […]READ MORE
No online advice or how-to guide will ever replace a Home Comfort Advisor in your home answering your questions in person. We do want to make sure our most asked questions are accessible to our customers at any time of the day (or night in some cases). The purpose of this blog is to provide useful information that allows you to troubleshoot issues you may have with your home's Heating and Air Conditioning. Each article is written by our trained HVAC professionals so you can be assured it is accurate and useful.
Prevention is the easiest way to avoid any complications arising from your air conditioner. It is important to look into the problems that are most likely to happen so you can take steps to prevent them. Here is a list of the 5 most common problems so you know what to keep an eye out […]READ MORE
At its very basic, an air conditioner uses a series of chemical and physical reaction to remove hot air from an area and replace it with cold air. It does so through chemicals that are able to convert from a gas to a liquid, and then back to a gas again easily. When a liquid […]READ MORE