Got an older home? If you’re looking for options to cool your whole home you have 2 main options.
Wondering if it’s time to say goodbye to your central air conditioner? Maybe the air conditioner needs repairing and you’re wondering if it’s worth it. Or maybe you’re just cautious and are planning ahead.
You’re suspicious. An air conditioner repair person has told you that you’re low on Freon (a brand name of refrigerant.) And he’s charging you an arm and a leg to add more!
So, you’re getting ready to replace your old central air conditioner. But you don’t know a thing about shopping for a new one or how much it costs.
Anything that allows us to save money is OK in our book. Programmable thermostats do just that.
Want to take a chunk out of your air conditioning bills every month without too much effort? Do these 5 things.
Is your air conditioner turning on but not blowing cold air? That’s a big problem.
Well a question I’m often asked is when is the best time of year to replace this equipment so I can get the best deal?
Well the first thing I can say is homeowners have more options on how to cool their home then they did say 12 years ago if they have radiant heat from a boiler system.
If you live in a home in Minnesota and it is a split level home, you have probably experienced the difference in the temperature from floor to floor of your home. It almost feels like you are heating the upstairs and air conditioning between the lower levels due to the temperature differences. While this can happen with traditional multilevel homes, it is more common with split level homes due to the open area of the stairwell.