Tips For Preventing Clogs Or Fixing Them On An Oil Furnace Fuel Nozzle

Issues with your oil furnace can leave you in the cold if you don't know what to do. One common issue is with the feed line nozzle. This is the nozzle at the end of the line that feeds oil to the burner. Without oil, the burner can't ignite and heat won't be produced for your home. Sediment in the oil or tank can get into this line and nozzle, resulting in a clog. Read More 

Two Green Heating Technologies To Consider For Your New Home

If you're building a new home and hoping to adhere to green building standards, then you'll need to think carefully about the type of heating system you choose. Heating uses a good portion of a home's energy, so if you can pick an eco-friendly, energy-efficient heating option that works well for your lifestyle, you'll have taken a huge first step towards meeting your green building goals. To that end, here are two green heating technologies to consider: Read More 

How Humidity Levels Affect Your HVAC Unit

If the humidity levels are high or low in your home, this can cause problems with your HVAC unit. Below is some information about these problems, and how you can get the levels down or up to where they are supposed to be. HVAC System and Low Humidity Humidity levels are lower during the cold winter months, because there is less moisture in the air. When you turn on the heat on your HVAC system, this makes the problem even worse, because the heat takes the already low moisture out of the air inside your home. Read More 

Three Simple Steps To Help Protect Your Air Conditioning Unit During The Bitter Winter Months

Because you are not using it right now, your air conditioner usually takes the backseat during long winter months. However, what are you going to do when summer comes around and you find that your unit has stopped working? Winterizing your air conditioning unit is very important. It will keep it protected from the cold temperature, rain and even snow. Provided below are the simple steps that you need to take in order to help ensure your unit will be working when the hot summer months come around. Read More 

3 Easy Fixes When Your Heater Isn’t Blowing Warm Air

As the days get shorter and colder, one of the last things that you want to worry about is an issue with your heater. However, if you notice that it is about the same temperature outside as it is inside, it is a good idea to remember that there are steps you can try before requesting a service call from a heating repair technician. #1-When The Gas Heater Is Not Producing Warm Air. Read More