The HVAC ducts in your home are responsible for carrying warm air into the home in the winter and cool air to the home in the Summer. It’s also responsible for routing air from the home back into the HVAC unit. In all of these ducts there can sometime be
For Michigan residents the choices of heating your home usually include natural gas or propane gas (LPG). If you use one of these options as your heating source for the winter then chances are you’re familiar with a pilot light and what happens when it goes out. This article will
For those cold Michigan nights it’s important to have a furnace that keeps your home warm. I’ve put together a few tips in this article that can help keep your furnace running smoothly so you don’t have to face a cold night without out. These tips can be done by
When you call a technician to come and repair your HVAC unit chances are you don’t think about any of the certifications they have. But just like many other service industries there are things that HVAC technicians need to have in order to properly service your unit. I’ll explain some
There are many parts and components of an HVAC system. One of the enemies that plagues and HVAC system is dust and dirt that make their way into different parts of the system. Although sometimes having your unit cleaned by a professional is advised there are some things you can
Walking around in your home and noticing something isn’t right with your heating system may prompt you to check the thermostat to see if someone turned it down. Once you check it and see that it’s set properly you realize you may be having some issues with your HVAC unit.
Do you have a programmable thermostat in Michigan in your home or business? Do you know what a programmable thermostat is? If you answered no to either of these questions, you need to take a look at this guide on programmable thermostats.
Although your furnace or HVAC system has served you well over the years it may be time to consider replacing it. There are many advantages to replacing an older HVAC system with a newer more energy efficient one. And chances are it will pay for itself faster than you may
When an HVAC starts having problems it’s not always sudden. In fact, many HVAC systems will start showing symptoms of failing components long before it actually quits. Knowing these symptoms can help you get your HVAC repaired long before it becomes a huge problem. In this article I’ll look at
It’s that time of year again. Time to start up the furnace and get some heat flowing throughout your home again. With Winter here in Michigan there are some problems that you may want to know about when firing your system up for the first time. I’ll list some of