Did you know that one big power surge – or a series of smaller ones – can cripple your HVAC system, leading to costly repairs or even replacement of expensive equipment?
Once a rare feature in private homes, a standby generator has become standard equipment at many residences. This is largely due to increasing reliance on electricity to sustain normal life. An interruption of the power grid incapacitates vital functions in your house and may make the residence uninhabitable until power is restored. Increasing utility blackouts and brownouts, as well as …
If you have a boiler heating system in your Kansas City home, preventive boiler maintenance is key to keeping your heating system operating safely and without interruption all winter long. Without preventive maintenance, your boiler system could break down, requiring time without heat in your home and expensive repairs.
An HVAC system is a very important part of any home and one that needs to be properly taken care of so that you can get the most out of it. Annual maintenance is key to making sure it stays working efficiently and that you won’t be surprised by any sudden breakdowns. It can also help extend its lifespan so …
Some homeowners immediately call a technician when furnace problems arise, but you can often save time and money by troubleshooting furnace problems yourself. Look for these easy to fix problems before you contact a professional.
A heat pump is a major investment. That’s why it is so important to give it proper attention and care after you have purchased it — to make sure it lasts as long as possible. The average lifespan of a heat pump is 15 years, but with proper maintenance you should be able to extend that by several years.
With winter right around the corner, now is the perfect time to make sure your furnace is prepared to keep you warm while also keeping your energy costs down. Furnace maintenance performed in the fall will help protect your unit from unexpected breakdowns that could cause you to be without heat in the middle of winter, when you need it most. Don’t …
As summer fades, remember to winterize your home’s air conditioner so as to prolong it’s life and ensure it functions smoothly once the warm weather returns.
With the heat wave hitting Kansas hard, you may be thinking winter can’t get here fast enough. But even during this hot weather, it’s not too soon to start preparing your home for cooler weather now.
The colder days of winter will be here before you know it. To make sure your home is prepared for the shift in temperature, you should schedule a service check for your heating system.