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Is Your Furnace Failing to Light?

As the weather cools, the last thing you and your family likely want to face is a malfunctioning furnace. If your furnace is failing to light, there are a number of problems that could be the cause. Some of these problems are easily fixed while others may be signs of a serious issue that needs professional attention as soon as possible. Continue reading

How Can a New Boiler Benefit Your Home?

So you’ve decided to have a gas-powered boiler installed in your home. Congratulations, you’re making an investment in the long-term performance of your heating system, and you’ll soon recognize energy savings as well. When you live somewhere like this, with considerably cold winters, anywhere you can save on your heating costs is beneficial!

Boilers are known for their longevity, easy maintenance, and relatively few repair needs, resulting in a lengthy period of payback for your initial purchase. Keep reading to learn more about how you can save on your utility bills with your new boiler system. Continue reading

Should a Radiant Heating System be Your Next Home Comfort Installation?

Temperatures may not be dropping low enough to start even thinking about using our heaters yet, however a project like a radiant heating installation is one that you should think about as soon as possible, giving yourself plenty of time before the heating season begins. The reason for this is installation is actually best done during new home construction. That’s not to say it can’t be installed in your already existing home, though this will be a considerably bigger job.

Radiant floor heating has become a popular choice for homeowners throughout the country in recent years, and for very good reason. Due to the layout and the level of expertise required for this time of installation, it’s essential that you hire technicians with specialized experience, such as the members of our staff. Read on to learn more about radiant heating systems and why you may want to consider this as your next home comfort installation. Continue reading

Is Your New Air Conditioner the Right Size?

Do you need a new air conditioning system installed? Naturally, you might assume that the bigger the system, the more powerful it will be, and the best fit it will be for your home. Unfortunately, although this logic works for other appliances throughout your home, it is not the case for air conditioners. AC systems must be properly sized and installed by professionals—such as the members of our staff—to avoid problems.

Many premature air conditioning failures are actually causes by the way the AC unit was installed to start with. It’s important that when you go to buy an air conditioner, you understand just how our professionals complete a successful installation, while meeting the appropriate building codes and ensuring that you have the space to accommodate the system that you want. Continue reading

Should You Have a Heat Pump Installed?

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

What Happens During Your HVAC Maintenance Appointment?

With your heating and cooling costs accounting for half of your monthly utilities, it’s only natural that you want to find ways to save money. One way to do this is by scheduling routine maintenance. Doing so allows HVAC contractors to get in and inspect your system. At this time they will be able to spot small problems before they become bigger issues. This could potentially increase the lifespan of your AC and help it perform more efficiently throughout its entire lifecycle. But what actually occurs during your HVAC maintenance appointment? Continue reading