Why are Allergies Bad in the Fall?

  • October 3, 2016
Because spring is known as the season of growth, many people are accustomed to spring allergy problems but surprised at the severity of fall allergies. However, ragweed pollen is actually not released until August. The pollen can continue to be an issue through the early part of fall, affecting Texas residents well into the month

Summer to Fall Tips for Your HVAC System

  • September 3, 2016
The kids have returned to school, football season is back and the average temperature in Sherman, Texas, has started to drop just a bit. Now that your HVAC system is receiving a much-needed and well-deserved break before having to heat your home during the winter, it’s as good time as any to give it some

How Long Has It Been Since You Changed Your Air Filter?

  • August 3, 2016
As your air conditioning system quietly hums along removing heat and humidity from your home, it is easy to forget that a clean air filter is a key to efficiency and comfort. A dirty filter is the number one reason that air conditioning units stop working. The hot, humid summers of North Central Texas put

Will Any Smart Thermostat Work with My HVAC System?

  • July 5, 2016
According to the Alliance to Save Energy, programmable thermostats can pay for themselves within a year of their initial installation. For a few dollars more, however, Sherman homeowners can beat the Texas heat with smart thermostats that provide even greater savings while ensuring optimal indoor comfort for you and your family. According to the experts

Wiring Upgrades, Installing Lighting and Fans. We Do It All.

  • May 4, 2016
There are many ways that an electrician can help you to update your home to improve lighting, air circulation, and safety. Safe handling of your electrical projects is a priority to ensure that your home is guarded against serious fire hazards. Among the issues contributing to fires resulting from electrical problems are situations involving the

Improving Your Indoor Air Keeps You Healthy

  • April 5, 2016
While spring signals growth and rebirth, it’s also a time that many allergy sufferers dread because of the symptoms they must endure before enjoying summer’s fun. Taking control of your home’s indoor air quality is one way to help decrease the sneezes, coughs and itchy eyes while also looking after your respiratory health. That said,

What’s New with Heating and Cooling Systems?

  • March 4, 2016
Is it time to replace that aging air conditioner, heat pump or furnace in your North-Central Texas home? Heating and cooling systems of today are all about maximizing indoor comfort, increasing energy efficiency and saving you money. Replacing an older HVAC system before the end of 2016 can also qualify you for up to $500

Heating Myths and Facts

  • February 4, 2016
“Don’t believe everything you hear” is sound advice, especially when it involves home heating. There’s a lot of good information out there that can keep your Sherman, TX, winter energy bills manageable. But there’s disinformation as well. The trick is to separate myth from fact. Here are four common heating misconceptions that will cost you

How to Decide Between a Heat Pump or Furnace.

  • January 20, 2016
The right heating and cooling equipment can lower your energy bills and keep your home more comfortable. Here’s some information that will help you select the ideal heating system for your home.   A Case for a Heat Pump One of the benefits of living in northern Texas is the mild climate. If you’ve moved