Three Signs that You Need a New HVAC System

There is nothing that is more disturbing that having a HVAC system that is not functioning as it should. The HVAC system is supposed to keep your house cool in the summer and warm in the winter, without increasing the energy expenditure beyond normal. On the other hand, when your HVAC system is not functioning as it should, you start dealing with complications such as a house that has cold spots, rooms that will never get to the desired thermostat temperature and others. [Read More]

What Does Air Conditioner Installation Entail?

Air conditioners are popular for their ability to regulate room temperature. With many brands on the market, one has to be careful during the installation process. It is advisable to hire an HVAC expert to carry out the installation. Here is what you need to know about the air conditioner installation. Selecting An AC Unit There are two main types of AC units: a split and a packaged system. A split system has two parts: an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. [Read More]

How to Tell When Your Gas Heating System Requires Repair

Problems with a home gas heating system can lead to your home feeling chilly, push up your energy bills, and even put the safety of you and your family at risk. Here are some things you can do and some warning signs you can look for to know if your home heating system needs repair. Pay attention to eggy smells Gas leaks are the main risk associated with gas heating systems. [Read More]

Why You've Got to Take Action to Deal with Those Longer Summers

A recent study found that Australian summers were now twice as long as winters and were, in fact, one month longer than they were back in the 1950s. This may be even more of a reason for you to think about your current air-conditioning system and to schedule an upgrade to make sure that it is more efficient. If your home relies on single A/C units attached to each wall or window frame, what are your options, and why should you think about installing a centralised system instead? [Read More]