To keep your equipment operating at peak efficiency and to help assure longer, trouble-free heating and cooling, industry experts recommend a minimum of two visits per year to perform preventive maintenance on your system. But when it comes to prevention, people often wonder: what am I really paying for?FULL STORY
Winter is expensive – holiday shopping, property taxes and more. The last thing you need is skyrocketing utility bills. After more than 25 years in the biz, our expert HVAC craftsmen are loaded with tips to keep energy costs down during winter. Here are a few of our favorites.
Get a humidifier. The more humidity you have in your home, the warmer it feels because humidity allows your body to register a warmer temperature than its actual climate. If you don’t have a humidifier, consider investing in one. You’ll feel more comfortable, stay healthier and reduce your energy costs.