Get started today and you could save up to $325 a year in energy costs when you upgrade to ENERGY STAR certified heating and cooling systems.
Make sure you have your carbon monoxide detector checked to ensure its proper functioning when your HVAC system is being serviced this year. A properly working carbon monoxide detector can, quite literally, save your life.
If the HVAC system in your home or office is not behaving properly consider checking the thermostat before calling an HVAC technician. Some thermostat problems, like the ones below, are relatively easy to fix yourself, saving you the cost of a service visit. The common thermostat issues that can be resolved by the owner are:
A zoning system provides a solution for homeowners looking to improve interior comfort and energy efficiency. Instead of having one central thermostat that controls the HVAC system, zoning systems are divided areas, or “zones,” based on a home’s square footage and layout.
Unlicensed HVAC work is becoming more and more prevalent. Find out what you can do to protect your household, and find out what how to identify unlicensed contractors in this post!