Thanks to many advancements in technology, you can choose HVAC systems with many features, including dehumidifiers, humidifiers, air purifiers, and even zoned heating. Zoned heating is an option that allows you to heat different zones of the house, instead of the entire house as one zone. If you are considering replacing your HVAC system in the near future, check out
Various smart thermostats are available in the market, but they aren’t all the same. You need to know the best features to look out for and how they can benefit you.
While most furnace maintenance tasks should be completed by a licensed HVAC technician, you can perform a few simple tasks to prolong your furnace’s working life this fall and winter season — along with improving your furnace’s efficiency and performance. Use these seven tips to maintain your furnace. 1. Change or Clean Your Filter You should inspect your air
Your first home should meet all of your needs and help you build equity. Unfortunately, many first-time homeowners are unfamiliar with what features to check first when shopping around. Getting a home inspection seems like doing due diligence, but a basic inspection from a single professional is often not enough.
Ductless systems go by a few different names. You may have heard them called split systems, mini-split systems, or multi-split systems, but these terms refer to essentially the same type of unit. These systems consist of an outdoor compressor connected to either one or multiple indoor “heads” that cool or heat specified zones or rooms in your home. Though
Technology evolves so quickly that we sometimes feel like futuristic developments just spring up out of nowhere. This is how many feel about some of the home automation technology on the market today. Being able to control so many features around your home –whether it’s your lights, your heating and cooling systems, or your garage door– from the tap of
With all the flooding this February in Illinois and other parts of the country, many people experienced damage to their homes. Since flooding can happen quickly and have quite severe effects, we encourage our customers to take proper precautions to protect their property. You don’t want to get caught unprepared and have to deal with a ton of water in
There’s nothing worse than waking up at the crack of dawn expecting a warm, soothing shower but getting a downpour of icy water instead. Equally unenjoyable is not having the proper temperature to wash your clothes, and as a result, ruining your favorite items. Water heaters prevent these kinds of mishaps by preheating water as needed for showering, dish washing,
Why You Should Have A Humidifier In Your Home Winter in Chicagoland can be pretty brutal: the piles of snow and frigid air make many of us question why we endure the same conditions year after year. Aside from following the birds south, there’s not much we can do to stay warm all winter long. However, there are some other
It’s every homeowner’s nightmare scenario: walking in the front door to see water all over the place. This means destroyed furniture, costly repairs, and the time expenditure to handle the whole mess. Unfortunately, burst pipes are more common than you might realize. Esurance reports that “water damage due to burst pipes and other perils is the second-most filed insurance claim