September 21st, 2020
With temperatures just barely mellowing out in the last week, it may be hard to believe that it’s already time to start thinking about shutting down our air conditioners for the season and turning our attention toward our heaters. Still though, when you need that heater on a daily basis, you’ll be glad you chose to take good care of it.
And just how do you take good care of a heating system? Well, by scheduling routine maintenance for the unit! Each year, or every 6 months if you have a heat pump system, you should have a full inspection and cleaning done for your heater. Read on to learn just why this is so important!
September 7th, 2020
We might not have as crazy storm seasons as other parts of the country do, but we certainly have and can experience inclement weather that leaves our homes without power for days on end. What then? Without the use of your HVAC systems or refrigerator, and perhaps even medical devices that require electricity to operate, you’ll have an emergency on your hands.
But this can all be prevented with the professional installation of a whole-house generator! Read on as we dive into the benefits of such an installation.
August 24th, 2020
We can’t answer this question through a blog post, but what we can do is offer some advice and tips on how to make your home’s air more healthy and breathable in general.
After all, preventing germ transmission is a hot topic these days! Amid the Coronavirus outbreak and related news, families are seeking ways to keep their homes as healthy as possible.
Of course, we cannot guarantee that the products and services we offer will significantly reduce this kind of risk and we urge you to follow CDC guidelines as well as our state mandates in this case.
Additionally, we can inform you of our products and services that will help keep your home’s air cleaner and your family healthier and more comfortable in general. By implementing the right practices in your living space, including covering your mouths when you cough or sneeze and washing hands, you and your family can improve your immunity and ideally limit your risk of germ and virus transmission. Read on to learn how!
August 10th, 2020
Unless you can’t lock a door that needs to be secured, you probably don’t think about your doors all that much, right? But, front doors deserve a lot more attention than they usually get. They’re important for function, of course, but they also complement the visual aesthetics of your home–and if yours isn’t filling either one of these needs anymore, it could be time to replace.
We’ve shared some more specific signs below, that it is indeed time to replace your front door. Read on to learn more!
July 27th, 2020
First off, why does this question matter so much?
Well, think about it. You use your air conditioner a lot in the summer, right? And HVAC systems are almost always the costliest electrical appliance in a home. In fact, HVAC costs account for half of all energy costs in the average home.
What if you could use your air conditioner less, though? What if it stayed cool in your house long enough that your air conditioner didn’t need to cycle on until hours later than usual? This is possible, with a window upgrade!
So, window replacement can keep your home cooler, and there’s a great benefit to this. Read on to learn more!
July 13th, 2020
It’s not every day that we recommend a homeowner does maintenance on their own. In fact, we never recommend it—at least not when we’re talking about professional maintenance This is where our technicians come in and thoroughly clean your system inside and out while making adjustments and repair recommendations.
But there is a maintenance task you can, and should, be doing on your own. And that is changing your air filter every 1-3 months.
Your HVAC system’s air filter plays a vital role in the overall performance of your air conditioner (and your heater, for that matter). So, it’s important that you pay attention to it. Read on as we uncover what exactly an air filter does and why it matters.
June 29th, 2020
It might not get as swelteringly hot here as it does in other parts of the country, but nonetheless it is almost the hottest time of the year. So, your air conditioner is going to go through a lot of work to keep your living space cool and comfortable.
So of course, when something goes amiss, you want it fixed
right away. However, an AC seemingly blowing out lukewarm air isn’t always
alarming to homeowners at first—they chalk it up to it “just being a hot day”
and turn their thermostat down a bit to compensate. Unfortunately, all this
does is cause the air conditioner to run even longer to try, unsuccessfully, to
meet the desired temperature on the thermostat. There are some troubleshooting
steps you can take, which we’ll get to below, but you may need to ultimately
call in a pro for AC repairs. Read on to learn more!
June 15th, 2020
The electrical panel, also called the circuit breaker panel,
is responsible for keeping your home’s entire electrical system running
smoothly and safely. You probably don’t think much about your electrical panel, unless you have to constantly reset
breakers—which is one of the signs that your home needs an electrical panel
upgrade, which we’ll cover below!
If you’ve lived in your home for a few decades and have
never had an electrical inspection, then this blog post is for you. Older
service panels require care and attention to ensure they’re not operating in a
way that’s a threat to your home or your family’s safety. If you do discover
you have an urgent electrical service need, we’re the team to call! But we’d
like to help you avoid electrical problems altogether, and so we have these
signs to share with you:
June 1st, 2020
Your household’s central air conditioner is one of the most important appliances there is when it comes to your comfort and quality of life, right? Well, it’s also one of the most specialized—while a homeowner can deal with some minor plumbing downtime, having a broken down air conditioner could be quite the inconvenience in the middle of summer! So taking care of your cooling system properly is imperative.
One way to do this is with routine maintenance. During maintenance, your air conditioning technician fully inspects, cleans, and adjusts your air conditioner to ensure it’s working as efficiently and effectively as possible. This helps you avoid the biggest repair needs. Of course, even with regular tune-ups, it’s important to be aware of the signs that your air conditioner might need repair work. It’s good to know these signs so you can act quickly rather than waiting for your cooling system to just completely fail on you. So, what are these signs?
May 18th, 2020
There’s one particular AC service we recommend to our
customers each and every year that’s easy to dismiss, but we really encourage
you not to—maintenance! And unless your air conditioner has broken down to the
point that it’s beyond repair, it’s not too late to schedule it now.
Like auto maintenance, routine air conditioner maintenance is essential to the performance of your cooling system, and vital to repair prevention. As a trusted resource for HVAC services in Tacoma, we’re happy to share with you the many benefits of routine maintenance.