How to Tell if Your AC Is Getting Ready for a Repair

  • August 11, 2017
As much as we would like them to work forever, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, air conditioners only last a maximum of 15 to 20 years, and many need to be repaired or replaced much sooner. Fortunately, you can watch for one or more telltale signs that your air conditioning is getting ready

Maximize the Efficiency of Your AC

  • July 26, 2017
Summer weather in North Texas is hot and humid, and the cost of running a central air conditioner can account for as much as 60 or more percent of your total monthly electric bill. That’s why it’s important to do everything possible to ensure your AC equipment is operating at peak efficiency. How to Maximize

Why You Should Check That Condensate Line Occasionally

  • June 16, 2017
Your air conditioner’s condensate line is hidden from view and easy to forget. However, a working drainage line is essential for proper AC operation, and you should keep your eye on it. Here’s why: Water Damage Condensate drains are prone to clogs. The dark and humid environment of the line encourages the growth of microbes

What You Can Do to Have Healthy Indoor Air

  • May 30, 2017
Tightly sealed homes in Sherman, TX, help homeowners to save money on energy bills, but they also pose a danger for indoor air quality. Insufficient indoor ventilation can cause airborne contaminants to collect in your home and threaten your health. Fortunately, this potential problem can be easily remedied by taking a few simple steps to

Your AC Needs Spring Cleaning Too

  • April 27, 2017
As spring arrives in Sherman, Denison, Van Alstyne, TX folks are making their spring cleaning checklists. As you itemize your house and garden to-do list, don’t forget to add air conditioning maintenance as one of the important tasks. Preventive maintenance is one of the best things you can do to make sure your AC system

Is it Time for an Electrical Panel Upgrade? How to Know.

  • March 27, 2017
The main purpose of the electrical panel in your home is to send power throughout it. It can also stop electricity from overpowering the circuits, which can lead to smoke and fire. Considering the electrical panel manages the power in your home, it’s important to make sure it’s in proper working order to ensure your

How to Be Energy Efficient in 2017

  • February 24, 2017
Most people are looking for ways to save money on utility bills. Heating and air conditioning account for 43 percent of utility bills in a typical household. Using more efficient appliances and paying attention to the way electricity is used throughout the house are simple ways to lower fuel bills. Here are a few tips

Keeping Allergens at Bay During the Winter

  • January 9, 2017
When winter arrives, people in North Texas seal up their homes to save energy and keep the indoor environment comfortable. Tight perimeters help control winter utility costs, but allergens and other contaminants often accumulate in the living area as an unwanted byproduct. For those with serious health concerns like asthma and COPD, substandard indoor air

Yes, Furnace Maintenance Is Important. Here’s Why.

  • November 7, 2016
We’re getting into the heating season, and even in sunny Texas, your furnace will work hard to keep you warm throughout the winter. That means it’s time to start taking a look at heating and cooling maintenance. Here’s why.   You’ll save money every month When you bought your furnace, you may have taken note