Our HVAC Blog

Buying New HVAC System?

As a homeowner, purchasing a new HVAC system is something you will have to do at some point or another. In this article, we discuss 9 common mistakes to avoid when buying a new HVAC system.

Furnace vs Heat Pump

What are the differences between a furnace and heat pump? The two main types of heating systems are furnaces and heat pumps. Choosing the right one for your home maybe confusing if you do not know the differences between the two.

8 Signs It Is Time For A New Furnace

Is it time to for furnace replacement? In this article we discuss the 8 most common signs that it is time for a new furnace.

Faulty Furnace Can Lead To High Heating Bills

A faulty furnace can lead to high heating bills. If you notice your bills rising without any substantial change from the previous winter, it could be a result of a few factors including a faulty furnace. In this article, we discuss what can lead to high utility bills and what you can do to lower them while still staying warm in your home.

What Is A Blower Motor?

HVAC systems have many different components inside the condenser and furnace that work together to keep your home comfortable year-round. One of those components is the blower motor or indoor blower motor, so what is a blower motor?

Electrification of Buildings in California

The electrification of buildings by using heat pumps help reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as providing cost savings to both homeowners and developers. In this article we discuss the benefits of replacing your gas furnace with a heat pump and the future of electrification in California.

AC Blowing Warm Air

One of the most common requests for AC repair during the summer a homeowner will face is an ac blowing warm air. In this article we will review the most common reasons for why an air conditioner will suddenly blow warm air.

Tripped Breaker When Running AC?

There are several reasons why your air conditioner keeps tripping the circuit breaker. The ac circuit breaker is a safety switch that protects your equipment from damage or fire by shutting it off when an overload is detected. The main reason why your ac is drawing in more amps is because something is causing it to overwork and operate inefficiently. So, if you have a tripped breaker when running AC, it is not a situation you want to ignore.

Buying A New AC?

One of the best ways to reduce your electric bills is through the installation of a new high-efficiency AC. There are a few key features to look for when buying a new AC that will help keep your energy bills low.

Is AC Wasting Energy?

When your system is running as it should you might not think about its performance, but do not always assume your system is running at peak efficiency. With summer well on its way, it is important to be able to know the telltale signs of an ac wasting energy.