May 11, 2020

Add Equity To Your Home In 2020 By Replacing Your HVAC Unit

Are you planning on selling your home in 2020 and are searching for ways to add equity to it? If so, one of the best things you can do to add equity to your house is to replace your HVAC unit. Although this is by far one of the best decisions that any homeowner can make, the reality is that few people like to invest in a new HVAC system unless they are told by an HVAC professional that it should be replaced. Thankfully, in this article, we will provide you with a list of questions to ask yourself that...

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May 1, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions About Replacing an HVAC System

Imagine that summer is here and we have our first extremely hot day with a heat index of 110 degrees Fahrenheit. You’re enjoying the summer with your kids inside working on crafts and playing with the dog because it is way too hot to be outside. Suddenly, you notice everyone is really hot!  You check the temperature in the house and it’s reading 86 degrees.  You start to panic. You realize your air conditioning system has stopped working on the hottest day of the year so far and that you could need a new HVAC system but you have so...

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April 1, 2020

HVAC Tips for the Pet Owner

Have you seen our mascot Gizmo before? If so, you probably know that Dave and Diana just love him. While some people aren’t cat lovers, they can appreciate the love we have for him if they are pet owners. The bond between pets and humans can be unbreakable, especially with dogs. They really do seem to be man’s best friend. So for those pet owners out there, we have two questions. 1. Have you considered how having a pet impacts your indoor air quality? 2. If so, what have you done to improve your indoor air quality? Most people don’t...

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April 1, 2020

Add Equity to Your Home by Upgrading Your HVAC System

Are you searching for ways to add value to your Frederick County home? If so, upgrading your HVAC system is one of the best ways to add value. Why spend money updating your HVAC system? The answer is simple. Your HVAC is one of the oldest mechanical systems in a home and it’s often one of the last things that people spend money on when they are considering renovating their homes. Thanks to a recent report from the National Association of Realtors, we know that HVAC replacements can bring a return on investment of up to 71% so it makes...

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February 14, 2020

6 Ways to Love Your HVAC System All Year Long

You may have heard of the song Mind Games by John Lennon where he starts the chorus with “Love is the answer and you know that for sure.” Well, we believe that love is the answer for a lot of things, including your HVAC system. We also believe that February isn’t the only time of the year when it should be. In order to get the longest lifespan from your HVAC system, you have to show it love all of the months of the year. Here are some ways you can: Keep things from around it. This applies for indoors...

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February 12, 2020

Common HVAC Myths And Facts!

As a longtime Frederick County HVAC contractor, we hear of a wide variety of HVAC myths every single year. Sadly, these myths cost homeowners a lot of time and money because many homeowners will believe the myth and neglect getting their HVAC system checked out when they should go with their best instincts to take care of their HVAC system the minute they spot a problem. In this article, we will discuss, some of the most common HVAC related myths so that we can potentially save you the time, money, and hassle of making an HVAC related mistake when you...

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January 8, 2020

How to Choose A Top-Rated HVAC System

Are you planning on investing in a top-rated HVAC system during 2020? If so, you’ve come to the right place! 2020 is going to be the right time to buy a new HVAC system because with Freon Phase-out it’s going to get more difficult to repair freon based systems. In this article, we will share with you tips on how to choose a top-rated HVAC system for 2020. Tips for Choosing A Top-Rated HVAC System Energy Efficiency: The more energy-efficient the HVAC system, the more money you can save. Since an energy-efficient model works less to cool and heat your home, you...

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January 7, 2020

5 Snowstorm Tips for Your HVAC Unit

Unless you’re a teacher or make money from plowing and shoveling snow, you probably don’t get that excited when you hear that there’s going to be a huge snowstorm. The word snow typically means that the upcoming days are going to be a nightmare and involve a lot of stress. One of the more stressful things about snow is being a homeowner and having to deal with all that it can impact, like your HVAC System. To keep your stress at a minimum, we’d like to offer some tips for preparing your HVAC unit for a snowstorm. Before the Snowstorm...

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December 31, 2019

Make 2020 the Year You Get Central Air and Heat

Have you been heating your home with baseboard heat and cooling it with window units? While these have served their purposes, you can reap so many more benefits with having central air and heat. Here are a few… Increased Home Value Are you considering selling your home or renting it out anytime in the near future? If so, you may want to consider getting central air and heat. Did you know that having central air and heat increases a home’s value by around 10%? So if your house is worth $200,000, it can increase it to $220,000. First and foremost,...

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November 13, 2019

Your 2019 Holiday Wish List

Can you believe that there’s only a little over 3 weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas? That means you better hurry and get all of your holiday shopping done! Have you given your loved ones your holiday wish list yet? Even if you have, we have a few items you may want to make sure are on that wish list! Inverter – If your unit doesn’t have an inverter, it’s lacking the most up-to-date technology, which is really important. Therefore, it cycles on and off not controlling the amount of energy it uses. When you have an inverter, you’ll find that...

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