Furnace Reset Button Trouble: Common Causes

Every modern furnace is equipped with a safety reset button that shuts the system down in the event of a malfunction. This reset button is an important indication of a problem with your furnace, so you should be attentive to it. While it's not uncommon for a furnace to trip the reset button on a rare occasion as a glitch, if your furnace is tripping it repeatedly, that's a unit that's trying to tell you something. Read More 

5 Heater Electrical Components Faults That Will Require A Heater Repair Service

Is your heater cycling between ON and OFF  more frequently than usual? The system has an electrical problem, with the thermostat being the prime suspect. Like any other appliance, a heater can develop various faults caused by usage, power surges, or incorrect repairs. Whatever the cause, you need heating repair for the affected component to restore your unit. Here are five electrical components a heating repair service will look at when the heater isn't working. Read More 

When Your Air Conditioner Looks Like A Snowman

Air conditioners are meant to make your house cold. They, themselves, are not meant to accumulate ice and start looking like a snowman! If you have started to see some ice buildup on your AC unit, that means something is not quite right. Some of the common problems that lead to ice buildup are easy to fix on your own, and others need to be handled by an HVAC company. Take a look. Read More 

Why Might Your HVAC Contractor Need To Modify Your Ductwork?

If you need to have a new furnace installed, your furnace contractor will generally provide you with a quote before they proceed with the work. Sometimes, this quote will come back with the assertion that you'll need some modifications to your ductwork before the new furnace can be installed. Since this generally comes with an added cost, you may wonder why the ductwork needs to be modified and what the modifications may involve. Read More 

3 Necessary Preventative Maintenance Tasks For Your Outdoor Condenser Unit

What's better than finding a fixing a problem quickly? Never having the problem in the first place! Preventative maintenance is all about ensuring that your home's HVAC equipment runs reliably and efficiently, helping you avoid issues before they occur, and saving you a costly emergency repair visit. Each part of your HVAC system requires different types of preventative care. Your condenser or outdoor unit is the portion of your air conditioning system that lives outside your home. Read More