All central heating and cooling systems have an air filter, but the location of the filter can vary from one unit to another. Most air filters are relatively easy to locate, but others can be somewhat difficult. Below is a quick guide to assist you when locating your air filters. On HVAC systems with a
On the hot days you have your air conditioner turned on. While it should kick on to get to the desired temperature, you notice that it isn’t kicking off. Instead, your AC is running constantly. While it is normal for your AC to stay on non-stop when the temperature is extremely high – such as
Your home needs a dependable HVAC unit that efficiently uses energy to keep your family comfortable. Before you replace your HVAC unit, or have repairs made to your existing HVAC system, you will need to have some questions answered. When you talk with your HVAC professional, he or she will be able to help you
When many people think of air quality, it’s the outdoors that comes to mind. Large-scale pollution, allergens, and other things that affect the air we breathe are visible and apparent outside. What about inside our house? There are particles that can cause poor indoor air quality inside our homes. Some of them can even be
It’s safe to say many homeowners don’t stop to think about their heating and cooling systems until they malfunction. Booking your first HVAC service appointment can be a daunting task for inexperienced homeowners. Need a replacement or repair? Here are a few things you can do to prepare for your appointment, plus a few questions you should
Spring has sprung in Denver! Residents throughout the Mile-High City are catching up on their spring cleaning checklists and shaking off the cobwebs after a long, harsh winter. Spring is the perfect time to book your AC tuneup before the sweltering summer temps hit. But even with proper maintenance, things happen. Your air conditioner isn’t invincible, of course —
Noticed your AC leaking? Before you start frantically searching the internet for solutions to a leaking AC, consider where the leak is located. If your AC is leaking outdoors, you might not need to worry. Some water leaking from the outdoor unit is normal. In fact, this actually indicates your AC is working as intended!