The weather is cooling down! Is the heating system in your commercial building prepared to take on the job of keeping your tenants or employees cozy all winter long? The only way to know your industrial heating system is ready for the coming winter is to have maintenance done. We’ll tell you all about the many benefits.
Many handy homeowners pride themselves on being able to fix anything in their homes. Of course, being independent and skillful is wonderful! But fixing a furnace is nothing like repairing cabinetry, installing a countertop, or redoing drywall. There are major risks to DIY furnace repair that you should not ignore. Here are the serious hazards you can avoid by relying on qualified professionals.
Your furnace can’t simply ask you for help when it’s not doing well. But if you pay attention, it will give you some signs that it’s having trouble. One of the easiest signs to notice is when your furnace makes an unusual noise.
There are a variety of sounds that can indicate a problem. If you’re hearing a rumble from your furnace, this is a particularly important one to have checked out. Here’s what might be going on.
It can be tempting to put off unpleasant things, like filling out frustrating paperwork, washing the most difficult pot to scrub, or investigating the cause of the strange sound your car has started making. But some things really do need to be addressed promptly. When it comes to your heating system, how can you tell the difference?
Certain heating issues really do need immediate attention. Here are three problems your heater might encounter that need repairs ASAP.
As the owner of a business or a commercial property, you know how important it is to have partners in the upkeep of that property. This might include a cleaning service, a handyman, or a plumber you know you can always count on in an emergency. In Louisiana, it’s absolutely critical to keep your business establishment cool. To do that, you need a commercial HVAC service you can rely on.
How can you choose the right HVAC company? Is it important for them to be experienced with commercial properties? What are the benefits of having a consistent partner in the care of your HVAC system? We’ve got the answers for you.
If a person isn’t feeling well, they can tell you in words. “I’m not doing so great. This is where it hurts.” But your air conditioner can’t do that. Similar to people, your air conditioner is likely to make unhappy noises when there’s a problem. But what do those noises mean? If you have an idea of what a strange air conditioner noise might mean, you’re more likely to take it seriously. Here are 3 noises you don’t want to hear!
Nobody wants a mold problem in their home! But in areas with high humidity, it’s very easy to end up with a musty smell and sneaky spots of mildew showing up, especially in dark or damp parts of the house. Never fear—we can tell you how to avoid that situation. Mold can cause health problems and damage to your home, but we’ve got a great recommendation for how to nip it in the bud with an air purifier.
Are you considering replacing your air conditioner? If your existing system has broken down completely, or is getting old enough that you know replacement isn’t far off, you’re probably researching your options. Or perhaps you’re concerned about efficiency, are tired of paying so much each time your electric bill is due, and want to know if there’s a way to avoid that. Heat pumps offer a lot of advantages, and they might be the perfect system for your home. Here’s why.
You may have heard that indoor air quality is generally worse than the quality of outdoor air. And if you know that the average American spends over 90% of their time indoors, you’re probably motivated to make sure that the air you’re breathing in there doesn’t have too many contaminants. Did you know that the things that impact indoor air quality change throughout the seasons? Here are some of the biggest concerns with summer air.
At this point in the summer, if you haven’t had your annual AC maintenance done, you might be wondering if you should just wait until next spring. No! You should schedule that maintenance right away. While it is common to have your air conditioner’s yearly checkup done before the summer really kicks into gear, the most important thing about maintenance is not what time of year it’s done—it’s that you have it done every single year. Here’s why.