Heating and cooling systems are essential in today’s homes, but unfortunately they’re not always a welcome sight, especially in the main living area. If you’re a bit self-conscious of how a conspicuous HVAC unit might look to your house guests, or if it’s an eyesore that doesn’t match your interior decor, you might want to consider trying one of these clever ideas for hiding away the most visible parts of your… Continue Reading
Carrier®, one of the leading heating and cooling manufacturers, has recently announced the release of their new, sustainable refrigerant: the R-454B, trademarked as Puron Advance™. By 2023, Carrier aims to launch products using this refrigerant.
While we’re right in the middle of winter, there are many things in your house that you would probably need to set up for the changes in temperature. The most important thing that you need to monitor is your house’s heating thermostat.
The colder months are upon us, which means your heating system has to work even more to maintain indoor comfort. It may, however, put you at a disadvantage, especially if you notice an uptick in your recent energy bills. As such, it is imperative that you give your HVAC unit the care it deserves for better year-round energy efficiency in your home.
You’re relaxing in the middle of a cold winter day when something just doesn’t feel right all of a sudden. You begin to feel the shivers. You don’t anymore hear the constant murmurs from your HVAC system. Indeed, malfunctions can happen at any time, even when you keep the heating and cooling system well-maintained. But, with a little troubleshooting, you can identify the source of the problem in such instances.