Having a Carrier Infinity® thermostat installed in your home will help you save money on your energy bills. In fact, the company’s thermostats are so advanced that they even allow you to change
If it seems like a private tropical island may be cheaper than your electric bill this summer, your equipment may be to blame. Read on, and we’ll let you know if you need some repairs—or a whole new system.
It is a little known secret that if you have your HVAC equipment installed or serviced by an unlicensed contractor, the warranty on your equipment might be void.
Ah, the thought of walking into a home that is dry and cool after spending hours in 90+ degree weather. However, once you turn the key, push open the door, and then take a step inside you notice that it still feels hot.
What do most people expect when they get a new air conditioning unit? Well, they probably expect peace of mind. They have a new unit that they believe will not breakdown for a couple of years.
Check to make sure that your control or thermostat is set in cooling mode. Make sure that the temperature is set cooler than the current indoor temperature. If it isn’t, your system won’t know to provide cooling.
With the mercury on the rise temperatures are hitting triple digits. James Woolley, president of Central Heating and Air Conditioning, provides some tips to stay cool this summer.
Comfort and health both suffer in the winter and dry air is a major cause. When cold air from outside is heated in the home the relative humidity (RH) drops significantly, according to Jim Woolley, owner of Central Heating & Air Conditioning in Atlanta.
The primary focus of most homeowners in the winter is to keep their house warm. However, heat and comfort don’t always go hand-in-hand and feeling cozy requires more than just the right temperature.