There are many reasons to consider a heat pump as your next cooling system installation. First off, you want to invest in a system that gives you the most for your money, and one that will be energy efficient and won’t eat up your energy costs.
Heat pumps not only provide an alternative to fuel-based heating systems, they are also phenomenal air conditioning systems. Keep reading to discover some of the many benefits of having a heat pump installed. Continue reading
Health experts state that indoor air quality is often much worse indoors than it is outdoors. This is particularly true during this time of the year. We like to keep our houses sealed up tightly in order to run our AC systems efficiently, but this means that any contaminants in the air are then trapped within your home.
You can help clean up the air in your home by installing an air purification system, but which one is best for your home? Continue reading
One of the biggest advantages of having a ductless cooling system—also referred to as a ductless mini-split—installed rather than a traditional central system is that you don’t have to worry about ducts. There are many smaller and/or older homes that lack ductwork all together. Installing ducts can be a pain, as it is both expensive and inconvenient.
However, ductless systems give you the versatility that a ducted system cannot. Convenient installation is only one benefit of these units. We’ve listed a few more great benefits below that could sway you towards choosing ductless for your next home comfort installation. Continue reading
Many homeowners assume that they can just buy any power strip and that they will be protected from an electrical surge. However, a power strip and a surge protector are actually two different things. A surge protector acts like a circuit breaker—stopping a potentially damaging jolt from frying your sensitive electronic equipment and appliances that are plugged into it. Keep reading to discover the importance of surge protectors. Continue reading
Most homeowners aren’t aware that their indoor air quality can actually be worse than the quality of their outside air. This is particularly true during this time of year, when we are exposed to allergens such as dust, pollen, and even pet dander from shedding pets. The good news is that we offer quality air filtration systems to help reduce the effects of poor indoor air quality. But why is this so important? Continue reading