Five Reasons Your AC Unit Is Wet

Does your AC unit seem to be producing a lot of moisture? Although some condensation or moisture around the unit is normal, excessive moisture can indicate a problem. The good news is that most issues that lead to a wet AC unit can be repaired quickly and cost-effectively if you address them early. 1. Low Refrigerant Low refrigerant levels impact the proper exchange of heat inside the unit, which can lead to condensation buildup on the evaporator coils and refrigerant lines. Read More 

What To Expect From A Furnace Tune-Up

If you are new to owning and taking care of a home, you'll need to learn how to take care of your heating unit. You'll need to hire a heating service that will come to your house and tune up your furnace for you. It's helpful to know what to expect. You Won't Void Your Warranty One of the advantages of having your furnace tuned-up is that you won't have to worry about your warranty being voided. Read More 

The Benefits a Septic System Has Over City Sewage Systems

If you are looking to purchase a new home, you may find that some homes are connected to a septic system and others are connected to a city sewer system. There are pros and cons to both waste removal options. Learning the benefits that each option has to offer can help you make an informed decision as to which is right for you. Here are a few of the benefits that a septic system has over a city sewage system. Read More 

Three Ways To Prepare For The Installation Of A New Air Conditioner

While most of the work of installing a brand-new air conditioner in your home is up to your technicians and contractors, there are some things you can do to get ahead. By learning about your new air conditioner, planning ahead for future maintenance, and making sure you've got the perfect unit, you can save yourself plenty of time, money, and work from the moment you turn your new air conditioner on. Read More 

Troubleshooting Your Oil Furnace

Staying warm is dependent upon an operational furnace. That's why it's so frustrating when your oil furnace won't cycle on. The following are some common issues that may cause an oil furnace to fail. Low Oil The oil tank likely has a gauge on it that lets you easily see how much fuel you have left. Unfortunately, these gauges can fail and give a false reading. When this happens, you may run out of oil, and the furnace will shut down. Read More