It’s not uncommon for house fires to have been caused by heater or air conditioning problems.
Humidity and allergies and mold are all major air quality concerns.
Newer HVAC units are designed to be very energy efficient. However, a new unit is not an option for every homeowner.
Changing the air filters in your HVAC system is an essential practice that ensures clean and healthy air circulates throughout your house.
When your air conditioner emits an offensive smell or a strange noise, it’s an AC warning sign.
Did you know that U.S. households have an average monthly electricity consumption of 897-kilowatt hours?
As the seasons begin to change, you will notice that the air is beginning to cool.
Your air conditioning system could account for approximately 12 percent of your total annual home energy expenditures and up to 70% during the hotter summer months.
Too many homeowners take their HVAC systems for granted, only addressing concerns when something goes wrong. That is a backward approach. It is less cost-effective and can have a big impact on things like utility costs.
Especially in places that typically see cold winter weather, like New Jersey, well-constructed modern homes are built to protect pipes against freezing. In older homes, however, or during unusually cold temperatures, pipes that are most at risk of freezing are