May 15th, 2017
If you’ve examined your air conditioner this spring, you might have noticed frost or ice forming on the evaporator coils. It might like seem like a huge concern, and indeed it’s a reasonably common condition. Unfortunately, it signals a larger problem that you should deal with before the summer comes. The longer it’s allowed to continue, the more damage it causes your air conditioner.
May 1st, 2017
With the temperatures getting higher every day here in central Ohio, homeowners are rightfully paying a lot of attention to their air conditioners. Summer heat waves demand a serious response, and air conditioners are essential to keep your home comfortable (and safe in many cases). But temperature is not the only factor in making your home feel uncomfortable. High humidity levels can be just as harmful and destructive, and while air conditioners can handle some of that by default, they’re not set up for such duties.
April 17th, 2017
Summers in central Ohio are hot, muggy and decidedly unpleasant. A reliable air conditioner is your best defense against the high temperatures, and can keep your home cool and comfortable throughout the summer months. Naturally, you’re going to pay more in high energy bills for running the air conditioner more often. This necessity can unfortunately hide the fact that you may be paying more than you should.
April 3rd, 2017
Spring has officially arrived, and that means the high temperatures and higher humidity of summer are just a few short weeks away. Your air conditioner will be called upon to perform every single day to keep your home comfortable, and if you have an older system, you may be worried about its ability to last until the fall. The last thing you want is to suffer an air conditioning breakdown in the middle of a heat wave, forcing you to rush a replacement session with no time to waste.
March 20th, 2017
The local weather has been up and down of late, to put it mildly. We’ve gone from snowstorms to summer-like conditions and back to freezing, sometimes seemingly in the course of a day. That means spring has returned to the Midwest, and with it comes an increased focus on the quality of your indoor air. That means things like increased humidity, increased dust and pollen in the air, and proliferation of germs and bacteria. That means something more than just an air conditioner to protect your home. Indoor air quality products installed in your HVAC system can solve those problems while your AC takes care of the strict temperature control. Now is the perfect time to do so, giving you the benefit of these products from the very beginning of warm weather.
March 6th, 2017
As February slowly gives way to March, the cold temperatures of winter will start to rise. Right now, you’re probably still using your heating system on a regular basis, but sooner or later, you’ll turn it off in favor of your air conditioner. Before your AC sees daily use, it pays to schedule a good maintenance session from a qualified professional. It can make a huge difference when it comes time to put the AC to a real test.
February 20th, 2017
Cold winters mean dry air, which means a whole host of problems for your home. Some heating systems can address the problem haphazardly, but others may actually add to it, and your home could suffer as a result. A whole-house humidifier, on the other hand, makes the perfect response to low humidity in your home, and can serve you well not only for the remainder of this winter, but for many winters to come.
November 7th, 2016
As long as your heater is up and running, you may just assume that it is running properly and at peak performance levels. This is not necessarily the case, though. Only a well-maintained furnace is going to function as well as it possibly can.
While routine maintenance must be handled by a trained professional, there is one thing that you can do to help protect the efficiency and performance quality of your furnace. Keep a fresh air filter in place. It’s a simple task that offers real benefits.
October 31st, 2016
Did you know that you can run into problems when heating your home even if your heater is functioning properly? It’s an unfortunate state of affairs, but it is also one that our heating technicians can help to resolve. One of the most common complaints about underperforming heating systems is the development of cold spots in the house.
If you have cold spots in your living space, dial our number. We’ll diagnose the problem, and make informed recommendations about how you can reestablish the successful heating of your home. With our help, you’ll enjoy the high-quality heating in Columbus, OH that you deserve.
October 23rd, 2016
If you use a gas or electric furnace to heat your home, you are well aware of just how effective and efficient this type of heater can be. The truth of the matter, though, is that even the best furnaces on the market today are not completely reliable. They are mechanical systems, and all mechanical systems are subject to occasional operating problems.
When problems arise with your furnace, it is always best to ensure that they are resolved promptly. That is why it is so important that you are able to recognize the need for furnace repairs in Columbus, OH early. Strange sounds coming from your furnace during operation are among the most common signs that something is wrong with your system.