How to Prepare Your HVAC for an Ice Storm

How to Prepare Your HVAC for an Ice Storm

Follow these safety tips to avoid severe damage to your HVAC system. When an ice storm is predicted for Central Kentucky, certain things might be at the top of your to-do list. Stock up on groceries. Make work-from-home arrangements. Figure out what show you’ll be...
Extend the Life of Your HVAC

Extend the Life of Your HVAC

Let’s face it when you invest thousands of dollars in something; you want to make it last and keep it in the best shape for as long as possible- whether it’s a car, appliances, or your home. When it comes to your HVAC system, regular maintenance will add to its...
Mini-Splits: Max Comfort, Min Price

Mini-Splits: Max Comfort, Min Price

During the hot summer months, air conditioning is a necessity for indoor comfort and air cleaning. However, even if you don’t own a home or have space or even ductwork for a traditional HVAC unit, you have another option besides fans and window units. Mini-split, also...
What is the Energy Star program?

What is the Energy Star program?

On many appliances, there’s a big yellow sticker that says ‘Energy Guide’ and tells you the energy efficiency of that particular appliance and compares it to the energy use of other appliances. This estimated energy use gives you an idea of how much energy you could...
Stop Blowing Hot Air

Stop Blowing Hot Air

Heating and cooling are some of the most critical aspects of your home. Investing in a sound HVAC system can keep you and your family comfortable for up to 15 years with regular maintenance checks and repairs. However, HVAC systems won’t last forever, no matter how...
Home Temp: Can it ever be perfect

Home Temp: Can it ever be perfect

It’s a mystery: why is there always one room in the house that feels like a pizza oven and another that feels like an igloo? No matter how much you strip down or put on ski wear, it’s never comfortable in those particular rooms. Temperature variation throughout a home...