Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions,
Sarah has worked in the HVAC industry for more than 20 years. During this time, she has provided insight to homeowners which will ultimately allow them to make the best decisions for their HVAC needs.
Your HVAC system unfortunately will not last forever and will eventually need to be replaced. Sometimes a simple repair is all that is needed, but there will come a day when the system either dies altogether or it simply isn’t worth it to keep draining money into constant repairs.
Winter is just around the corner, ushering in frigid temperatures almost overnight. Ensuring your house stays warm is vital for your family’s comfort, and no matter how cozy your blankets and fireplaces are, you’ll want to make sure your HVAC system is ready to switch over to heat. Is your furnace prepared to handle the coldest months?
On a hot summer day, your AC failing to blow cold air is the last thing you want. It seems it’s always during the hottest parts of the summer that you realize your system is pumping out air but not cooling to the set temperature. What’s going on with your air conditioner, and what can you do to fix the problem?
There are several reasons why your air conditioner may not be blowing out cold air, and there are some steps you can take to remedy this situation.
Hot weather is here and with it comes the need to reduce the heat and humidity inside your home. When you crank up the AC as the temperature rises, the degrees may be dropping, but your electric bill is headed in the opposite direction.
As seen with the 2021 storm in Texas, the weather can change rather unexpectedly, leaving homeowners to brave brutal temperatures and icy conditions without power. This combination created challenges across Texas with frozen and broken water pipes and potential HVAC system complications after the storm. To better prepare for rapid changes in the weather conditions, we’ve outlined some best practices to help troubleshoot these issues before they happen.
COVID-19 has impacted a lot about the ways we keep ourselves and those around us safe and healthy. While masks and social distancing measures are visible tactics in reducing the risk of infection, the invisible air we breathe indoors can often be a source of contaminants.
Proper care and maintenance of your home heating system can extend its lifespan and save you money. Here are our top tips for keeping your home warm throughout the winter, and saving some money on your energy bills while you do it.