The average air conditioner for residential installation costs around$500 to $4,000. Since you want to protect your investment as much as possible and make your air conditioner last as long as the rest of your HVAC system, you need to make sure you keep the unit maintained. Proper maintenance is easy to do and will prolong the lifespan of your air conditioner so you spend more time enjoying the unit and less time fixing it.
Having your heating system break down in the middle of a cold winter night can make life a bit miserable. Not only will everyone be cold in the morning, but you could also end up with a bill you hadn't counted on and really can't afford at the moment. Luckily, there are a few ways to save some money on heating repairs so you can keep the house at a comfortable temperature and not break the bank.
As summer and fall come and go and the seasons begin to change to bitterly cold weather, you need to fortify your home to make it through several winters. These are often the toughest months for most people because of the freezing temperatures and because your home utilities become more expensive. You need a game plan to protect your home from the worst that winter brings. Read the three tips below to build that game plan and keep your home safe and cozy in the wintertime.
Firing up your oil furnace for the first time in fall means that the season has changed from outdoor barbecues to cozy evenings spent indoors. To ensure those evenings remain warm and cozy, though, you need to take some steps now to ensure your furnace is ready for the harsh winter months ahead. The following tips will help you get your oil furnace ready. Tip #1: Check for leaks An oil leak doesn't just lead to wasted fuel; it can also be a fire hazard.
If you want your HVAC system to cost less money to run on a daily basis, you have to be smart about it. Of course, using your thermostat wisely, setting timers, and trying to use your HVAC for fewer hours during the day can all be helpful. But, these solutions aren't going to prevent the natural decline in efficiency that comes as HVAC systems get older. That is, many of the components within your HVAC system are going to use more electricity as time goes on.
Hi there, my name is Marissa Sonder. I would like to use my site to talk about the different types of furnaces available for residential and commercial applications. Growing up, my school had an actual boiler room that provided heat and hot water for the entire building. All of the students loved to go down to the boiler room and learn about all of the components down there. Although many buildings have moved on from this old piece of equipment, I would like to discuss its use in detail on this site. I will also talk about modern electric, natural gas, propane and oil furnace systems. Thanks for coming by.