When the elderly live alone, their children worry about their HVAC systems, especially in extreme weather. Find ways a contractor can help your loved one here.

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Keeping Grandma Warm This Winter

Growing up, I practically lived at my maternal grandparents’ home. I ate most of my meals at this cozy, brick house in the country. My grandmother spoiled me when I was young. Every weekend, she took me shopping with her. And, I usually came home with something new. My grandfather played catch and checkers with me often. He was always a wonderful listener as well. Sadly, my grandpa passed away right before my thirteenth birthday. My grandma still lives in the house she shared with my granddad. During the winter, she used to build fires in her fireplace. However she relies exclusively on her central heating and air conditioning unit now. On this blog, I hope you will discover the ways an HVAC contractor can help keep your elderly loved ones warm this winter.


3 Tips For Choosing Your Heating System Based On Climate

7 September 2017
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When you are in the market for a new heating system, you need a combination of effectiveness and efficiency. It make sense to consider your typical winter climate to make the decision regarding the heating system that will best meet your needs while staying within your budget. Mild Winters You may live in an area where winters are typically mild with sporadic days when the night may become chilly. In these regions, you likely want a heating system designed to address your heating needs on a room-by-room basis. Read More …

Tips for Storing Window AC Units in the Winter

24 August 2017
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There are two main reasons you shouldn't leave your air conditioner (AC) window units on the windows during the winter season, especially if your area experiences freezing temperatures. First, the unit risks getting damaged because it isn't designed to operate under such conditions. Secondly, they can also increase your heating energy consumption by allowing heated air to escape. This is why you need to store your window AC during the winter. Read More …

Three Signs Your Commercial Walk-In Freezer Needs to Be Repaired

7 August 2017
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As much as you may want it to, your commercial walk-in freezer is not going to last forever. As a restaurant owner, you should be checking your freezer regularly to make sure it is functioning properly. Here are some signs that your commercial walk-in may need repairs soon or needs repairs right away. The Cold Inside Is Inconsistent If you walk in and out of your freezer on a daily basis, you get an idea of what it is supposed to feel like. Read More …

Three Options For Heating And Cooling Your Addition

26 July 2017
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Building an addition on your home can be really exciting, especially if you've been making do with less space than you need for some time. However, it's important to put some thought into the building process and take your time to ensure everything is designed properly. One aspect to concentrate on is how you will heat and cool the addition. You have three basic options: Extend your current heating and cooling system. Read More …

Hate Hot And Sticky Summer Heat But Hate Large Air Conditioning Units? What To Know About Cooling Options

10 July 2017
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When the hot and humid weather sets in throughout the summer and you don't have an air conditioner, it can become difficult to sleep, and you may not be able to get comfortable in your own home. If you are considering getting a new air conditioning unit but you aren't sure if you need or want a large central unit, there are some things you can talk with the heating and cooling professionals about first. Read More …