Tips For Troubleshooting A Furnace Flame Sensor

Are you in a situation where your heat is not working and you're not quite sure what to do? This problem may actually be due to the flame sensor. Here are some tips for how you can troubleshoot this unique furnace problem. Reset The Furnace Lockout Newer furnaces have a lockout feature, where it will prevent the furnace from constantly trying to turn on and releasing gas into the home when the flame is not igniting. Read More 

5 Reasons To Choose A Whole House Air Purification System

Air purifiers can be single-room units, often free-standing, or they can work as a whole house purification system. When choosing between these two options, the whole house system is often the best choice. The following illustrates why you should install a whole house purifier in your home.  1. Less Cross-Contamination Unless you invest in a unit for every room in the home, you will constantly be fighting a losing battle against cross-contamination. Read More 

4 Reasons To Entrust AC Installation And Repairs To Professional HVAC Contractors

Today, you can find high-end heating and cooling systems on the market, thanks to technological advancements in the HVAC industry. These systems play a significant role in terms of temperature regulation to make your home or office comfortable. Buying a new AC unit is a considerable investment, but correct installation is equally essential for optimal performance.  You might think of DIY installation, but there are many benefits associated with hiring a professional AC installation expert you wouldn't enjoy when doing it alone. Read More 

Benefits Of Engaging Professional HVAC Contractors For Air Conditioning Installation

Installing a new air conditioning system for your home can be a challenging project, especially if it's your first time. You might not know which AC system is suitable for your home among the many options available in the market. And when it comes to installation, you want to be sure that it's done right. It's advisable to involve a professional HVAC contractor in every step — from selecting the AC system to the actual installation. Read More 

Deciding Whether To Hook Up To Natural Gas Or Stick With LPG

Many homeowners living outside of municipalities rely on liquefied petroleum gas for heat. Commonly called LPG and propane, this fuel is delivered by trucks in locations where utility companies have not extended natural gas pipelines. At some point, the natural gas company in this area may extend the pipeline as the population grows. When it's time for furnace replacement, property owners now might consider making a switch. Taking Time to Decide Read More