Category Archives: Indoor Air Quality

When it comes to air quality in your home during the winter months, there are several concerns. First of all, we don’t get as much fresh air as we do during the more temperate months when we can open our windows. The cold keeps us locked up tight. Also, the furnace robs our homes of Read More

February 3rd, 2021

Posted In: Indoor Air Quality

If you’re wanting to upgrade to a smart thermostat or just have a WiFi enabled thermostat for your homes’s HVAC system there are several factors that need to be considered. Thermostats aren’t a universal one size fits all device for every heating and cooling system. Keep in mind how many kinds of heating and cooling Read More

September 20th, 2019

Posted In: Cooling, General, Heating, Indoor Air Quality, Uncategorized

I’ve been asked “what does it mean if you have a bad heat exchanger in my gas furnace?” so I’ll attempt to explain what the heat exchanger is in your gas furnace and why it’s dangerous to use a furnace if the heat exchanger has failed. In this picture there’s metal tubes that are inserted Read More

September 11th, 2019

Posted In: Cooling, General, Heating, Indoor Air Quality, Uncategorized

Upgrading your existing heating and cooling system will pay for itself. Homeowners in the Midwest understand that every freezing winter and oppressive summer they will have hefty utility bills, if they want to be comfortable. Investing in new high efficiency heating and cooling equipment will pay for itself and provide a level of comfort that Read More

September 11th, 2019

Posted In: Cooling, General, Heating, Indoor Air Quality, Uncategorized

You may be asking yourself why follow, like, tweet with a heating and cooling company? Well, let us start off here. The day that you chose to invite us into your home you become a part of our family, our team, and a crucial customer.  You are more than a name handing us a check. Read More

September 14th, 2018

Posted In: Cooling, Heating, Indoor Air Quality