Your HVAC system runs year-round, day and night. At that pace, it won’t last forever. The average lifespan of an air conditioner is about 12 to 15 years, and furnaces usually last about 20. If you stay in one home for long enough, system replacement is inevitable.
It’s also one of the more expensive home maintenance tasks you’re likely to face as a homeowner, so you’re going to want to delay that inevitability as long as possible. And since replacing a broken HVAC system isn’t one of those jobs you can put off until a rainy day, it’s essential to have a plan to replace your system before it breaks down for good.
Bigger is not always better when planning for a new central air installation for your home. Don't make the mistake of buying more capacity than you need. A larger A/C will actually cost more to operate and make you less comfortable. Why? Because it will have short...read more
Google Review from michael c.: "Rick and his 2 man crew just finished installing my new air conditioner a few hours ago and at Rick's suggestion I added an additional return vent into my HVAC system. Rick also found I had an undersized coil installed...read more
With summer approaching, now is the time to start thinking about the things you can do around the house to help keep your heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit, or HVAC, at its peak.When your home and your HVAC unit complement each other, you can...read more
Recently, we attended training in Baltimore and passed the EPA Lead Safe test for Contractors with a score of 100%, earning our lead-safe certification. Why is this important for us, you ask? Because Federal law requires contractors that disturb painted surfaces in...read more
It’s a key question if you’re looking to get a new air conditioning system: what’s the difference between a heat pump and central air system? Both of them rely on the same basic technology, but they deploy it in different ways, which can has a huge effect on your...read more