When your home's boiler is in pristine condition, it can be one of the most energy-efficient ways to heat your home-- as opposed to a boiler that has not been maintained properly since its installation. Boilers are quiet and require very little maintenance. All of these are reasons why a homeowner may choose to heat their home with the use of a boiler. However, it is important to note, like other things, boilers can malfunction. [Read More]
First Winter Living On Your Own? 4 Furnace Problems You Should Be Aware Of
You're finally out on your own! If this is your first winter living in your own place, you might not be familiar with furnace maintenance. Unfortunately, that unfamiliarity can lead to some costly – and even dangerous – situations. A faulty furnace can cause a lot of problems for you. To help you understand your furnace, here's a quick list of issues you should be on the look-out for. Things That Go Bump in the Night [Read More]
Summer's Coming: Will You Get The Most Out Of Your Air Conditioner?
With the scorching hot months of summer quickly approaching, now is a good time to start thinking about your home's central air conditioning system. If you want to keep your energy bills in check this summer, you'll want to make sure your system is running as efficiently as possible. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can follow to keep your central AC in the best possible working order this summer. [Read More]
How To Change A Furnace Air Filter
Your furnace's air filter works to keep out dust and other debris from your heating system. If the air filter becomes clogged, it can place greater strain on your furnace, which can lead to malfunctions or damage that can result in costly repairs. Properly maintaining your furnace's air filter is an important part of general home maintenance, and thankfully is a fairly quick and painless process that only needs to be done every three months or so. [Read More]