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These 4 Landscaping Renovations Could Increase Your AC Bills Later

Posted On: April 24, 2019

Did you know that some landscaping factors can affect your AC? If you do landscaping renovations during the early spring when you’re not using your AC yet, you won’t realize the effect they’ve had until much later. Here are four landscaping renovations that could increase your AC bills. 1: Removing Trees Trees set too close…

4 Reasons to Trim Vegetation Back Around Your AC Unit

Posted On: March 7, 2019

Like any other home appliance, your air conditioning unit requires regular care. It needs not only professional maintenance, ideally once per year, but also care from you, the owner. One of the things you need to do to keep your air conditioning functioning well is to trim grass and weeds down around the perimeter of…

3 Things to Know About Your Furnace’s Exhaust Flue

Posted On: January 9, 2019

When wintertime rolls around, most people rely on their furnace to keep their home toasty and warm. Yet when it comes down to the nitty-gritty of furnace operation, few homeowners understand all of the components involved. Unfortunately, this lack of understanding often makes it more difficult to catch impending problems. One of the most important…

What Should You Do When Your Furnace Leaks Water?

Posted On: December 6, 2018

A water leak is the last thing you’d expect from your furnace. Seeing a slowly growing puddle of water around your heating system seems strange at first, but water leaks stemming from furnaces are surprisingly common. However, a furnace water leak isn’t something you’d want to ignore. Furnace water leaks can not only damage your…

Common Mistakes That Can Void an HVAC Warranty

Posted On: November 9, 2018

Your new HVAC system is backed up by a manufacturer’s warranty. This warranty is more than just a piece of paper; it is a way to protect your investment, and it allows the manufacturer to help you maintain the system for several years to come. Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t realize that common mistakes and oversights…

Why You Should Be Concerned About Flame Rollout

Posted On: October 16, 2018

Proper maintenance for your healthy furnace significantly reduces safety concerns. However, if you skimp on your routine furnace maintenance, you have an older system, or if you notice any odd sounds or issues with your furnace, there is a serious risk of something going wrong. Flame rollout is one such concern. Flame rollout sounds scary,…

4 Terms to Know When Choosing an AC Unit | C.B. Lucas

Posted On: September 13, 2018

When you’re shopping for a new AC unit, you may wonder what all the number and letters mean and how you can choose the best unit for you. You’ll need to know how to decipher the terms used to describe different products, especially if you want to find a high-performance or eco-friendly unit. Here are…

The Dangers of Poor Office Air Quality

Posted On: August 8, 2018

Indoor air quality is an important consideration for everybody who manages or works in an office environment. You can have contaminated air without realizing it. This guide describes the things you need to know about your office air quality and what you can do to improve it. What Affects the Indoor Air Quality of Your…

Is Your Water Heater Failing?

Posted On: July 26, 2018

When you turn on the hot water, much of the credit for the hard work goes to your water heater. Water heaters are vital tools that keep your home comfortable, but water heaters are also overlooked, especially when it comes to replacement. If you can’t remember the last time you replaced your water heater, the…

3 Key Functions of an Air Conditioner’s Condenser

Posted On: July 10, 2018

Air conditioners rely on a number of different components in order to effectively cool your home. The condenser is one of the most important such components. Unfortunately, it is also one of the least understood. This lack of understanding stems from the fact that a condenser accomplishes several different tasks as it runs. The more…

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