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Cutting the Costs of Home Heating

Lowering the thermostat by one degree Fahrenheit can cut heating costs by three percent; this is the most obvious way to reduce heating bills. However, you can't comfortably turn the heat t...

5 Things You’re Doing That Are Shortening the Lif...

There’s no doubt a cooling system is a necessity in San Antonio, but it’s also a major investment. If properly cared for, your air conditioner should perform reliably for at least 15 years....

How to Compare First Time A/C Replacement Costs W...

Replacing your home’s central air conditioning system shouldn’t be a “slam-bam, thank-you ma’am” process, if you want it done right. When buying a new A/C, you should consider both the firs...

Understanding the Parts That Make Up the Heating ...

The parts of the HVAC system, though complex, can be broken down into eight major modules. The furnace unit is large and housed in its own space within the building, such as an attic or bas...

Is the Outdoor Component of My A/C Safe in the Ra...

When the rainy weather comes, you may find yourself wondering, “Does rain affect my air conditioning unit?” Although most outdoor units are designed to be protected against the elements, th...

Tips for Keeping Your A/C Condensate Line Flowing...

With the hot weather upon us, your home’s central air conditioner will be working hard to keep your home cool. In order for it to work efficiently and reliably, the A/C requires regular pro...

Helpful Solutions When Your A/C Is Tripping the C...

One all-too-common central air conditioning malfunction occurs when the A/C is tripping the circuit breaker, causing the system to shut down. Addressing this circumstance might be as simple...

Homeowner Air Conditioner Maintenance: Prolong th...

The weather is warm enough this spring that you’re already counting on the air conditioner to keep your San Antonio home comfortable. Are you giving the A/C the attention it deserves? While...

Best Energy-Efficient Heating Systems

Heating accounts for more than 30 percent of the energy used in the average home. Consider replacing or supplementing your heating system with solar or geothermal heating systems - two old ...

3 Air Conditioning Options for Cooling Your New H...

Making the decision to add on to your existing home opens up a whole world of new possibilities. If you hope to continue living at the same level of comfort and energy efficiency that you’r...

5 Things Every Homeowner Needs to Know About Air ...

There’s nothing quite like the refreshing relief you find in your nice cool home on a hot, sticky San Antonio day. The last thing you want to deal with is an air conditioning problem. Use t...

How to Protect Your Air Conditioning Unit From Th...

While you may not consider an air conditioner something you have to worry about, the reality is that air conditioner theft is a serious problem because of the valuable copper in the condens...

Fall is the Best Time of Year to Install Central ...

Heading back home after a weekend of camping yesterday, I saw the first signs of fall, a few Aspen leaves touched with gold and yellow. The nights are beginning to cool and soon the winter ...

Mini Split Air Conditioners -- Maintenance & Trou...

If you are joining the growing trend of homeowners purchasing ductless mini split air conditioning systems, you may benefit from some suggestions on how to keep your system running well. Du...

Cleaning the A/C Condensate Drain in 5 Simple Ste...

If cleaning the A/C condensate drain isn’t a part of your home maintenance routine, you may start to notice musty odors and high humidity issues. If algae or mold growth goes unchecked and ...

Understand the Air Conditioner Parts That Make Yo...

Your home’s cooling system is critical for summer comfort in South Texas, so it’s good to understand the different components that make it operate. Let’s take a closer look at some of the k...

Outdoor and Indoor: Reasons to Buy Matched Air Co...

In a perfect world, your central A/C would last forever. In a nearly perfect world, when it failed, both components – indoor and outdoor – would fail at the same time. You wouldn’t have to ...

Essential Maintenance Tips for A/C Evaporator Coi...

If you want your home’s central A/C to efficiently and reliably perform its job throughout San Antonio’s lengthy cooling season, you’ll want to make sure it gets regular maintenance. Withou...

Is your air cleaner making your air quality worse?

Ozone can be good or bad – depending on where it is. The good ozone occurs 10 to 30 miles above the earth and protects us from harmful ultraviolet rays from the sun. Bad ozone occurs at gro...

Should you replace your boiler?

You can replace almost every older appliance and gadget in your home with a more efficient model, and that would shrink your carbon footprint and utility bills. However, the question for mo...

7 Ways to Get the Most from Your Air Conditioning

It’s hot out and it can be a hard decision to let go of or reduce the use of air conditioning. For whatever reason, if you have decided that you can’t live without air conditioning, there a...

10 Ways to Keep Cool at Home Sans A/C

The most basic thing you can do to keep your house cooler without air conditioning is to keep as much sunlight out as possible and let cooler air in at night. During the day, keep windows, ...

Celebrities Who Don't Use Air Conditioning

Air conditioning has become standard for the vast majority of homes and businesses in recent years. In fact, roughly five percent of energy use in the United States is used to fuel air cond...

Keep These Tips in Mind When Landscaping the Area...

During the summer, the air conditioner in your San Antonio home needs a good amount of airflow around the outdoor condenser unit to do its job effectively. Properly landscaping the area aro...

Don’t Skip Steps When It Comes To Your Home Heati...

Worrying about heating system repair is something that will plague you as a homeowner from time to time. While it can be expensive, it shouldn’t be so costly that it forces you to drain yo...

Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioners

Ductless mini split air conditioners are beginning to grow in popularity in the United States. Already popular in Europe and Asia, ductless mini split air conditioners provide excellent ene...

Compare Thermostat Types

A new thermostat can help you use your air conditioner and furnace more efficiently and can even automatically change the temperature at predetermined times. We recommend a digital, program...

What Causes the Evaporator Coil of an Air Conditi...

Knowing when an evaporator coil leak will occur isn’t always an easy task. Usually, by the time you notice, a great deal of damage has already occurred. Causes of evaporator coil leaks incl...

Thermodynamics for Idiots

Don’t worry: You won’t have to endure a lecture on thermodynamics to understand how to cool your home more efficiently. In fact, there are only two basic scientific principles that you need...

Remedies for an Air Conditioner That’s Blowing Ho...

A functioning air conditioner is essential for maintaining home comfort, especially during summers in south central Texas. An A/C that’s not functioning as it should is a cause for concern....

Seal Your Ducts to Save Energy

By now, you’ve probably heard something about how sealing the ductwork in your forced-air heating (and central air conditioning) system can save energy and money. Well, it’s true, no matter...

Glass Tile Fireplace

Radiance, variety and distinction await the homeowner who opts for glass tiling for his fireplace. Here we'll check out ideas for glass tile fireplace designs, from traditional to contempor...

What are you inhaling at home?

In the early summer, my neighborhood experiences what we call the “yellow wind.” This onslaught is caused by thousands of acres of local pine forest releasing their pollen load in a few wee...