Gas leaks can be extremely dangerous and should never be taken lightly. If you suspect a gas leak in your home or any other location, it is important to take immediate action to ensure the safety of yourself and others. In this blog, we will cover how to handle and prevent gas leaks in your home.
As the winter months approach, homeowners often find themselves contemplating ways to protect their outdoor HVAC units, particularly heat pumps, from the harsh elements. One common misconception is that covering a heat pump is necessary to shield it from the cold, snow, and ice. However, HVAC experts advise against this practice. In this blog, we'll uncover the reasons why you should resist the urge to cover your heat pump during the winter months.
If you live in a multi-floor property, you know the conundrum of trying to balance heating and cooling evenly across each level. Cool and comfortable on the first floor, but hot and unbearable upstairs. Sound familiar? Understanding why you may be experiencing this temperature imbalance will help you improve airflow. We are here to help you understand the causes of uneven temps and give you tips to increase airflow to your upper floors, because a balanced temperature is crucial to your home comfort.
In this article, we’re looking at four signs your heater may be on its way to a breakdown and some ways to troubleshoot them yourself. We'll also let you know when it’s time to call in a professional.
In the past couple years, weather has been unpredictable. Heavy snow in Texas, increasing occurrences of tornadoes and hurricanes on the East Coast, and harsh flooding have been the root of many power outages. After a record-setting 2019, power outages proved to be even worse in 2020. With abnormal weather patterns becoming an increasing concern, many homeowners are looking for alternative home power sources, none more popular than Generac generators. Although, be prepared to wait for your backup power as order volume has put another product on backorder.
HVAC contractors all over the country are struggling trying to maintain inventory with the recent influx of AC repair calls and installations. Production issues stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic continue to limit supply while demand is at an all time high. Importing logistics and faulty parts continue to be pressing issues when obtaining parts for repairs and installation.
Trying to not only make a living, but do something you actually enjoy, is tough nowadays. There's a lot of competition out there and deciding what route to take after high school and college is a challenging decision. College isn't always affordable and, frankly, it's not for everyone. If you are able to attend a four year program, securing a job afterwards is not even guaranteed. But HVAC is something that is guaranteed to always be around, and that's why it's a great industry to start a career in.