February 19th, 2024
We discourage people from attempting to repair their HVAC systems on their own. We’re even more adamant when it comes to trying amateur repairs on a furnace. Some basic troubleshooting is fine—we encourage that—but anything that involves taking out tools and tinkering around inside the furnace is off-limits. It’s that’s not just us saying that. In many jurisdictions, it’s illegal for anyone to work on a gas furnace unless they have proper certification. It’s an issue of safety: for you, your family, and your neighborhood.
We’re going to go through several common furnace repairs that you must leave to the professionals. If you’re in any doubt about whether you need a furnace repair in Greenville, SC or not, don’t hesitate to call us. Caution is the best method when it comes to a malfunctioning furnace.
February 5th, 2024
We love heat pumps and we’re thrilled to see that more and more people are looking to have them installed in their homes. We’re the heat pump contractor in Greenville, SC to rely on if you want a great heat pump installation or you need any other service.
Today, we’d like to answer some of the most common questions people have about heat pumps.
January 22nd, 2024
Ductless mini splits are changing the ways that people heat and cool their homes. Instead of needing to rely on a built-in network of ducts and a central cooling and heating system, they can instead install a ductless mini split that uses wall-mounted air handlers (all connected to a single outdoor unit) to send conditioned air around the home.
But what if your home already has ductwork? Does that mean there’s no reason to have a ductless mini split installation in Greenville, SC? Not necessarily. Ductless mini splits are flexible devices that can serve different purposes. You can use this flexibility in your home as well.
January 8th, 2024
If you’ve looked at the different services we offer our customers, you’ll probably have seen the options available for indoor air quality services in Greenville, SC. Helping our customers enjoy the best air quality in their homes is as important to us as helping them control the temperatures in their homes.
Let’s take humidity for example. Without proper humidity control in a home, the best climate control won’t mean much. Extreme humidity levels create other household problems including health concerns and damage to furnishings and building materials.
But let’s slow down for a minute and go step-by-step through humidity and how it affects your home.
December 25th, 2023
Although we’re always glad to help our customers with heating repair in Greenville, SC whenever they’ve got a broken heater, we always want our customers to know what they can do for themselves in case they come across a heating emergency.
Let’s go through troubleshooting steps for when you’ve got a failed heater. It may turn out you only have a simple error to correct!
December 11th, 2023
Regular maintenance for your HVAC system is one of the best gifts you can give to it. And that means it’s one of the best gifts you can give yourself because you’ll have a heating system that will keep your family warm with few troubles through the season and save you money.
We recommend our customers schedule their heating maintenance in Greenville, SC with us during the fall. It’s good timing that ensures heaters are prepared for whenever the first cold weather arrives and they have to get to work.
But what if you missed the fall months for making an appointment? No, don’t decide your heater can just sit out maintenance for the year. That’s a huge mistake! It’s better to get it done later than not at all, and since our winters are shorter than others, you’re still not too far behind. (After all, winter doesn’t technically start until more than a week after we post this.)
Here’s the important thing to keep in mind about heating maintenance tune-ups and inspections: there is no expiration date for maintenance. You don’t lose out on all the benefits if you miss the recommended window. As long as you have maintenance for your heating system each year, you’re in excellent shape—far better than if you skipped it.
November 27th, 2023
Using a gas furnace is one of the most common ways to provide heat to a home during the winter. For the most part, you depend on your natural gas furnace to work safely for you if you remember to schedule an annual tune-up and inspection for it with HVAC professionals.
Still, a gas furnace can become hazardous, and one of the ways is because of a cracked heat exchanger. In this post, we’ll explain this furnace problem and what to do about it. We’re here to help with any furnace services in Greenville, SC that you need.
November 13th, 2023
Autumn is one of the best times of the year to look for a new furnace for your home if you know your old one is ready to retire. You’ll have time to find the best possible heating installation in Greenville, SC before the serious cold sets in. You’ll be able to take stock of the different options available so you’ll end up with the ideal new heating system to work for your family for many winters to come.
An important part of furnace shopping is energy efficiency. Today’s HVAC market includes furnaces with high-efficiency ratings that promise large savings over their lifetimes. But just how important is furnace efficiency when you’re trying to find your perfect new heating system? We’ll look further into the efficiency question below.
November 6th, 2023
Just as dependable as the arrival of cold weather, winter means a rise in energy costs as you heat your home. There’s no way to avoid paying more on your utility bills through the cold months—you’ll use more electricity/natural gas to ensure your family stays safe and comfortable. But you may be paying more for your winter comfort than you have to.
We’re going to look at some of the ways you can lower those heating costs this winter. Our team is ready to help you with our top-notch heating services in Greenville, SC.
October 16th, 2023
Winter is not here yet, but you’ll probably turn your furnace on sometime during the late fall. Now is the right time to go over some important safety guidelines for your furnace.
Before we go further, we want to emphasize that using a gas furnace to heat a home isn’t “dangerous.” If it were, these heating systems wouldn’t be allowed in homes in the first place. As long as you follow basic precautions, you can expect your furnace to work without trouble and keep your home warm and safe through the winter. Let’s take a look at some important furnace safety tips.