June 26th, 2023
As homeowners, taking care of your comfort systems is a big responsibility. It can feel overwhelming when you suspect that your AC, heater, or electrical system isn’t working as it should. It’s natural to worry about the potential expense of a repair job or a system replacement, and that’s why we offer free estimates.
Not only that, we always aim to provide multiple options for a single repair or replacement. That way, you can choose the option that makes the most sense for your budget and for your long-term plans for your home.
June 19th, 2023
Perhaps you’ve heard that the requirements for air conditioners have changed, and that all newly manufactured air conditioners installed in the US must meet a higher standard for energy efficiency. But did you know that a lot has changed in how air conditioners are made? New AC models can achieve extraordinary efficiency, which could mean much-lower electric bills once you replace your system. Here’s how they do it.
May 22nd, 2023
A quick bit of research about heat pumps can easily tell you that they’re excellent for providing cooling in any climate. What’s a little harder to determine is just how well they work at providing heating.
If you’re considering getting a heat pump in Alabama, you need to know precisely what to expect from it in our climate. Is it a reasonable choice? Will it provide all the heating you need? Here’s some specific information to help you form your own conclusions.
May 15th, 2023
If you’re in the market for a new HVAC system, you may have heard about SEER2. But what is it, and why should you care? In this post, we’ll explore what SEER2 is, the benefits of upgrading your HVAC system to SEER2, and the new standards being implemented this year.
May 8th, 2023
If you’re looking to make the most of your home or business without building an addition, you might have been eyeing a garage, unfinished basement, or attic space and wondering what it would take to turn that into usable living or working space.
In Alabama, it’s critical to keep the temperature and humidity under control in order for people to be comfortable in the space. What’s the best way to do that while making room for your expanding family or business? You can cool the space and lower humidity with a mini split AC.
May 1st, 2023
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is a federal program that provides tax incentives for certain home improvements that increase energy efficiency. One of the most common and effective upgrades that homeowners make is improving their home’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system.
By upgrading to a more energy-efficient HVAC system, you not only save money on your energy bills but also qualify for a tax credit under the IRA. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at how you can utilize the IRA to upgrade your home’s HVAC system and benefit from the tax credits available.
We’ll also cover the eligibility criteria, types of HVAC systems that qualify, and steps to claim the tax credits. So, whether you’re planning to upgrade your HVAC system or just curious about the tax benefits of energy-efficient improvements, read on to learn more.
April 24th, 2023
If your home has ceiling fans, they can provide some major benefits year round. Whether you’re heating your home or running your air conditioner, proper ceiling fan use can help keep your home at an ideal temperature, while lowering your energy usage. So how can you best implement your ceiling fans, and what types of use should you avoid? Here are some helpful tips.
April 10th, 2023
It’s time to talk about the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and how it may affect your choices regarding heating and cooling in your home. We want to specifically look at the rebates and tax credits from the IRA, how you can benefit from them, and the ways we can help you.
The Inflation Reduction Act could potentially benefit you if you’re interested in purchasing energy-saving upgrades for your home. Specifically, the IRA offers several rebate programs that can help you improve your heating and cooling system to energy-efficient models so you can lower your bills and help reduce carbon emissions.
In this post, we’ll discuss the IRA’s impact on HVAC equipment in more detail.
March 27th, 2023
How confident are you in the wiring throughout your home? In older homes, it’s very common for there to be electrical problems, often caused by outdated materials that were used in the original wiring of the home or limited capacity that doesn’t meet modern needs. Homes of any age can have electrical issues due to poorly done wiring when it was built, damage from pests or water, or amateur repairs.
Sometimes, the way to make sure your home is safe and your electrical needs are met is rewiring. So how can you determine whether it’s necessary to have your home rewired? Here are some warning signs you shouldn’t ignore.