How To Remove Snow From Your Heat Pump

So, you forgot to cover your heat pump this winter. Or maybe a late season snowstorm caught you off guard and now you have snow and ice inside your heat pump. Of course, you can wait for the snow to melt, but it's probably better to get rid of it as soon as possible and cover your pump to protect from any further storms. It is always better to keep your heat pump covered whenever you aren't using it, but accidents do happen. Read More 

End Of The Season Maintenance Tips

Just because it's the end of the winter season doesn't man that you should just stop doing any maintenance on your furnace. At the end of the season you should button up your furnace to ensure it is in good working order when you need it for the next cold weather season. You'll also need to do a few things prior to the warm weather season when you'll be using your air conditioner. Read More 

Why You Need A Packaged HVAC System At Your Place Of Business

The heating, air conditioning and ventilation (HVAC) system is a critical component of any commercial facility. If you don't have a working HVAC system, you'll find that it's nearly impossible to appease your customers. Because your HVAC system is going to play such an essential role in determining whether or not you're able to create a comfortable indoor environment, you should give special attention to the type of unit that you select. Read More 

Is Your Thermostat Compromising Your Home Heating?

When most people think of heating issues, they automatically assume the problem is with the furnace itself. While this is common, it isn't the only cause of heating problems. Sometimes, the issue is with the actual thermostat -- the device on the wall you use to control the heat settings on your furnace. Fortunately, thermostat issues are usually an inexpensive and quick fix. Read on to learn more about what can go wrong with your thermostat. Read More 

What You Should Know About Your Air Conditioner’s Fins

Recently get an air conditioner installed? If so, you may not be aware about the sort of care that needs to go into maintaining it. In order for the AC to work efficiently, the fins of the outdoor condenser need to remain straight. This allows for airflow so the unit can work properly. Here is what you should do to straighten those bent fins. Getting Started It is important that none of the fins on the condenser that are bent are also damaged, which is why you need the right tools for the job. Read More