Coping With Allergies: 3 Ways To Keep Mold Spores Down By Caring For Your Crawl Space

Those seasonal sniffles are annoying, yet they could also indicate that more is going on than just a weather change. After all, you spend more time in your house than anywhere else, which means that your allergies could be triggered by an issue with your house's air quality. Mold is a common issue in houses in areas where there is high humidity, and crawl spaces are notorious for harboring moisture that contributes to mold growth. Read More 

Choosing A New Central Air Conditioner: 4 Important Considerations

In need of a new central air conditioning unit at your home? If so, then you may be overwhelmed by the number of options available to you. As you shop around for a new AC, however, there are a few considerations to keep in mind that will help you narrow down your options: Energy Efficiency The more efficient your new AC unit is, the less you'll pay in monthly cooling costs. Read More 

Tips For Helping Your AC Run More Efficiently This Summer

Higher power bills usually come along with the hot summer months due to the need for air conditioning to keep your home comfortable. While you may need to run your AC during the hot summer months, there are some things you can do to make it run more efficiently so you don't have to spend more on electricity than you need to. Here are a few tips that may help. Read More 

3 Factors That Will Affect The Price Of Your New Central Air Conditioning

If you're in the market for new central air conditioning, you might be overwhelmed with the options. Likely, you have a budget in mind, and you may have already begun shopping for the ideal system. But what do all the numbers mean, and what, exactly, affects the final price? It's not that complicated when you know how to interpret everything. Here are the three main factors that will determine the cost of your new air conditioning so you can choose the one that will cool your home most efficiently. Read More 

Heat Your Home

If it's cold outside and you want to warm things up, then you will want to make sure you are using your available sources of heat. If you have a central HVAC system, then this is easy. All you will have to do is turn it on and set it to the temperature you want. However, if your HVAC system is not working, then you'll want to keep the following alternatives in mind. Read More