How We Recommend the Best Size for Your Heat Pump or Furnace

How We Recommend the Best Size for Your Heat Pump or Furnace

Heat pumps, furnaces, and other HVAC systems have different capacities. Finding the correct size for your Hoover, Alabama, home’s heater or air conditioner is called load calculation. These calculations use specialized software to recommend the most efficient,...

Heat Pump and Furnace 101: How Does My Heat Pump and Furnace Work?

Heat pumps are a single unit that both heat and cool a home. They provide a more even temperature throughout the home and are more energy efficient than a traditional HVAC system. Heat pumps function best in areas with a mild winter climate, making it an ideal way to...
Should You Run Your Fan Continuously?

Should You Run Your Fan Continuously?

If your HVAC system’s fan is set to Auto on your thermostat, it will only come on when your heater or air conditioner is working. If you set your unit to On, the fan will keep working even when the rest of your HVAC system turns off. Both settings have drawbacks...
How to Lower Your HVAC Costs

How to Lower Your HVAC Costs

While you may enjoy the spring sunshine and warm temperatures in Bessemer, Alabama, you may be concerned with the high cooling costs you’ll incur throughout the season. Cooling constitutes a significant portion of the energy consumption of American households....
What to Ask When Purchasing a New Air Conditioner

What to Ask When Purchasing a New Air Conditioner

The weather in the Trussville, Alabama, area is warm and humid through much of the late spring, summer, and even early fall. Without a working air conditioning system, the temperature levels in your home will start to rise quickly, leading to an uncomfortable...
Is My Gas Furnace Getting Too Old?

Is My Gas Furnace Getting Too Old?

Most gas furnaces last for about 20 years, but many models can heat your Hoover, Alabama, home for more than 30 years with the right maintenance. Unfortunately, even the most durable heater will have to be replaced eventually because some parts wear out over time....