Dehumidification and How It Impacts Your Air Conditioning

  • July 23, 2015
Dehumidification is the process of reducing the moisture in the air of an enclosed space and keeping it at a relatively low level. In Sherman, Texas, where hot temperatures and high humidity levels wreak havoc on homeowners during the summer, it’s especially important to pay attention to how much moisture is in your home’s air.

Considering a New Air Conditioner? What’s New and Improved?

  • June 12, 2015
If the age of your air conditioner is approaching double digits, it’s worth it to explore your options when it comes to purchasing a new system. Modern air conditioners have many features that improve comfort, save money and enhance the environment. Variable Speed Technology Traditional HVAC systems are either 100 percent on or 100 percent

Suffering From Allergies? We’ve Got Solutions

  • May 15, 2015
If you’re one of the 40 million Americans who suffer from allergies or asthma, you are probably doing everything you can to manage sources of indoor pollution. Even so, it might not be enough to avoid the itchy eyes, coughing and congestion that allergy sufferers experience all too often. Fortunately, Webb’s Electric, Heating & Air

Programmable Thermostats – Balancing Comfort and Energy Use

  • April 10, 2015
Although heating and cooling costs are high, you can now take advantage of newer thermostat technology that is designed to save you money and make you more comfortable. Rather than buying a new air conditioner or heat pump, or stand alone ductless system, you can reduce your bills using a programmable thermostat.

How a Residential Inspection for Electrical Issues Could Save Your Life

  • March 12, 2015
Owning a home is a huge responsibility. You have to keep up with regular cleaning and maintenance. You also need to understand the basics of how your home’s major systems work and what needs to be done to keep them in good condition. While you remember to have your air conditioner or furnace serviced on

Common Refridgeration Issues and How to Fix Them

  • February 16, 2015
Commercial refrigerators are critical for continuing daily operations in supermarkets, convenience stores and restaurants. Regardless of size and capacity, every commercial cooling unit operates according to the refrigeration cycle, so the problems that arise are similar across all machines. While commercial refrigeration repairs should always be completed by a licensed, qualified HVAC contractor, it is

How to Improve Your HVAC System’s Performance Today

  • January 8, 2015
When it comes to boosting energy efficiency and reducing electric bills, there are many myths and misconceptions. For example, does closing your air vents save money, or will it damage your HVAC equipment? To help you improve your system’s performance instantly and minimize unnecessary HVAC maintenance, we recommend these energy-saving tips. Change Your Air Filter

Wires & Fires: 4 Reasons You Need an Electrician’s Help

  • December 3, 2014
Having easy access to huge amounts of power is a great luxury of modern life, and it’s something that we often don’t notice until it’s gone. As a homeowner, you’d do well to understand when you can fix an electrical issue yourself and when you’ll need to call an electrical contractor. Here are four common

How to Clean the Air in Your Home So You Can Breathe Clearly

  • November 6, 2014
Healthy indoor air creates a safe environment for you and your family. You may think you need a tightly sealed home to take full advantage of an energy-efficient heating and air conditioning system. While it’s certainly a good idea to caulk leaks and insulate well, you still need fresh air and other indoor air quality

How to Handle Your HVAC System So You’re Treating and Not Tricking It

  • October 6, 2014
The feeling when your heating system malfunctions in the winter can be just as frightful as a scary trick-or-treat disguise, and you may figure that your home is out to trick you as you call for furnace repair service and anticipate a high bill. However, it’s helpful to note that treating your home heating equipment