The Switch to Electric: Is This Furnace Fuel Right for Your Home?

If you need to get a new furnace, whether it's for a custom home you're building or for a home you're remodeling, or even just because your old furnace finally died, one of the fuels you should consider is electric. A lot of people don't like electric for various reasons, one of which is that it's at the mercy of power outages. However, if blackouts and brownouts aren't much of a risk in your region, electricity is one of the better fuels for a number of reasons. Read More 

2 Noises You Should Never Ignore From Your Gas Furnace

If your home depends on a gas furnace to keep you and your family warm during the cold winter months, you may have started hearing some concerning noises coming from the heater whenever it comes on. While some noises are normal, such as humming while the blower is working or a whooshing sound when the furnace first kicks on, there are a couple of sounds that you should not ignore since they could indicate a problem. Read More 

Get Heating For Your Garage

If you use your garage to park your cars, keep your tools, and occasionally tinker around, then you might not even care that the garage doesn't have heating. However, if you are like a lot of other people who like to use their garage for everything from their regular workshop to their visiting quarters or game area, then you will want to make sure you have heating during those colder months. Read More 

3 Reasons Why A Bigger Furnace Isn’t Better

When buying a new furnace, it's easy to think that a bigger furnace will give you faster and more efficient heat for your home. But unless your previous furnace was undersized from the start, going with a bigger furnace actually gives you the opposite performance. Only a furnace that's precisely tailored to your home's size and heating needs will give you the comfort and efficiency you're looking for. Here are three good reasons why installing an oversized furnace is never the right choice for your home. Read More 

What To Do If The Freon For Your AC Unit Is Discontinued

Even though winter is right around the corner, now is the time to tend to your AC unit's needs. As of January 2020, a substance known as R22 will no longer be produced due to concerns over its impact on the environment. R22 is more commonly known as freon. Freon is a substance that helps your AC unit eradicate its internal heat so that it only expels cool air. If you own an AC unit that uses R22, you might wonder what your next move should be. Read More