What To Know About Your Home's Air Conditioner
3 April 2019
Your home's air conditioner is essential for your comfort during the warmer months of the year. In some parts of the country, having a broken air conditioner can be dangerous during heatwaves. However, your air conditioner is likely something that you don't think of often unless it is broken and in need of repair or replacement. The good news is that there are a few things that you can do to ensure that your air conditioner stays running.
How to Heat Up Your Basement
19 February 2019
Because heat rises, your basement is undoubtedly the coldest part of your house. If you and your family love spending a lot of time in your basement playing, watching movies, or just taking a break from the rest of the world, then you may be wondering how on earth you can keep everyone warm during the winter. To make sure that you and your family don't turn into ice cubes while hanging out in your basement, this article will list a few different things for you to do.
The Furnace Flame Sensor: A Guide For Homeowners
9 January 2019
The flame sensor inside of your furnace serves the valuable purpose of monitoring when there is a flame ignited. If the flame sensor goes out, your furnace will consistently cycle on and off like it is trying to come on but can't, which can be incredibly frustrating and blamed on several problems. Take a look at some of the things you should know about the flame sensor, its location, and how it is repaired or replaced.
A Look At High-Efficiency And Standard-Efficiency Boiler Systems
4 December 2018
Choosing a residential boiler system instead of a typical HVAC unit can be quite different because there are so many different things to consider and different attributes the modern boiler unit can have. One of the things you will come across is high-efficiency and standard-efficiency models. Take a look at some of what you need to know about the two designations.
What's the difference between high-efficiency and standard-efficiency boilers?
The primary difference between a high-efficiency and standard-efficiency boiler is that the high-efficiency units have been rated as having a high fuel utilization efficiency by the manufacturer.