Jason Bass

February 18, 2021

How You Can Maintain Your Unit’s HVAC Coils Properly

The condition of HVAC coils directly impacts your home’s comfort level and energy efficiency. The evaporator and condenser coil in your central air conditioner perform the heavy lifting of extracting heat from indoors and dispersing it into outdoor air. When everything goes as it should, what remains inside your house is cool comfort even on the hottest days. HVAC coils continuously circulate refrigerant in a loop from the indoor evaporator coil to the outdoor condenser coil and then back again, […]
February 4, 2021

Is Your Home’s HVAC Unit Working? Here’s How to Know.

There are so many benefits of a well-running HVAC system. Greater home comfort is an obvious benefit. Good indoor air quality and energy efficiency are two more important perks. To fully enjoy these benefits, your HVAC unit needs to operate in top condition. What follows are signs that your unit isn’t operating at optimal efficiency and could use a little TLC to get your HVAC working well. Noises That Signal Problems Forced-air HVAC systems are comprised of a heating unit, a cooling […]
January 21, 2021

Navigate the Battles Over Your Office’s Thermostat

Agreeing on an office thermostat setting is often an exercise in the art of compromise. In a typical business setting, there are persons with long-standing temperature preferences and others with physical issues that require a very specific temperature range. Someone’s usually too warm, and somebody else is always too chilly. Here’s some advice for maintaining an office thermostat setting that keeps the workplace productive while also preserving a positive environment: There’s no perfect temperature. Attempting to establish an office thermostat setting […]
January 7, 2021

Learn the Best Ways to Maintain Airflow in Your Home

Any steps you take to maintain airflow in your HVAC system will pay you back in better heating and cooling performance, enhanced indoor comfort, and lower operating costs. Airflow measured in cubic feet per minute is among the most vital specification in your furnace or air conditioner. If a qualified, experienced HVAC service technician visits your home to repair some issue, measuring airflow is one of the first diagnostic tests he’ll perform. If air volume isn’t up to specs, most every […]