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Latest News

Besides being your home service provider we try to provide you with useful tools and information to help you around your home. Check out the useful articles below.

What Happens When the Air Filter Gets Too Dirty

Changing the air filter on your heating and cooling system is one of the simplest maintenance tasks – and one of the most important. Keeping a clean air filter benefits you and your equipment. When you let the air filter become too dirty, bad things begin to happen:

Where to Place Your AC for Best Performance

To get the best performance out of your air conditioning unit, it’s all about location, location, location. That doesn’t just mean planting it in an out-of-the-way corner of the house -- there’s a lot more to proper placement than you might think.

How Hail Can Damage Your AC – and What to Do

Spring and summer storms sometimes bring an added surprise: hail. These icy missiles can range in size from a pea to a baseball, causing significant damage not only to cars, roofs, and vegetation but also outdoor equipment like your air conditioning unit. The National Weather Service reports that hail causes $1 billion in damage to property each year.

How to Keep Your Outdoor Air Conditioning Unit Free from Debris

Keeping your outdoor air conditioning equipment clean and free from all organic debris that might block air flow means your system will perform more efficiently and last longer. You can do a lot to slow down the migration of leaves, stems, and sticks into your air conditioner by following the tips below.

7 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Vacation

Going on vacation or leaving for the season is great but requires a lot of preparation, both for you personally and for the house you’ll be leaving. It’s helpful to have a checklist so you can cover all your bases and enjoy a worry-free time away.

How to Choose an Air Filter

You may not give a lot of thought to your home’s air filter. An air filter, with no moving parts, is a little part of a big system, and it doesn’t typically “break down.” But this doesn’t mean that air filters aren’t important -- they protect your expensive HVAC equipment and can improve the quality of your indoor air. Manufacturers generally recommend you change air filters every 2 to 3 months and while you’re at it, you should be considering the type of filter you’re using.