11/14/2018 10:18 AM
Carbon monoxide is one guest you don’t want to invite in your home this holiday season. It’s silent and deadly. A frightening statistic shows that the winter months have the highest death of carbon monoxide poisoning each year. It spikes up during these months because of the number of people who use their furnace during the cold weather season. Protecting your family can be a simple tap to call Omaha HVAC professionals to inspect your furnace every winter.
11/7/2018 9:11 AM
The holidays are around the corner, and the last thing you want on your mind is having to fix your furnace. Not to mention if you will be the host of all the holiday parties. You don’t want to keep your family and guests in the cold during Thanksgiving or Christmas. Scheduling a furnace check will save you the worrying and money. HVAC professionals state that on average, 75 percent of winter calls could have been prevented if there was a regular furnace inspection.
10/17/2018 10:44 AM
Maintaining your home’s heating system can be quite a task, especially when you know nothing about furnaces. Heating and cooling experts say that 75 percent of the winter calls are related to the lack of maintenance checks. That is why we want to share with you some tips you can use to help manage your heating system and watch for any signs that require you to call an HVAC specialist.
8/16/2018 9:34 AM
Fossil fuels are viewed as a necessary evil by many in today’s world. One of the easiest commitments you can actually make in your own life to further offset damage? Geothermal heating and cooling technology!Read More
4/18/2018 8:00 AM
With springtime coming (and we promise it is!), allergies are going to start flaring up. More traffic going in and out of your house with your children and pets playing outside. And hopefully finally getting to open up those windows and letting some fresh air in! But what does this mean for your indoor air quality? It means the air filter in your HVAC system is going to be put through its paces. If you haven’t changed it out in a while, it’s time!Read More
4/11/2018 10:34 AM
Well, we have had an absolutely GORGEOUS transition into spring here in the Midwest, right? Mother Nature doesn’t seem moody at all (ha, ha). Where are the green plants starting to poke through, robins starting to sing, and days getting warmer? This week alone, we will see sunshine, snow, rain, cold, and high temps. We have been fielding a fair amount of calls and questions about what these temperature fluctuations could be doing to your home’s HVAC system.Read More
4/4/2018 6:00 AM
If you have ever shopped for a new furnace or air conditioner, or even had a technician out to assess your home, chances are that you did not understand a word that came out of their mouths when explaining issues or maintenance requirements with your system.Read More
3/7/2018 6:00 AM
Spring weather is coming, and with it the bright exposure of sunshine. What will that brightness reveal to everyone in your neighborhood? Are your gutters full of leaves? Are your sidewalks cracked? Do you have dead foliage around your home? Did your siding take a hit during the last snow/ice/windstorm?Read More
1/31/2018 6:00 AM
As homeowners, we know we need to take care of our homes and maintain them to keep them running efficiently. Dusting and vacuuming, cleaning out gutters, mowing the lawn, shoveling snow, and keeping our appliances running well is essential. But do you know what ONE thing you can do to help not only keep your utility bills lower but also keep your whole family healthier? It’s as simple as changing out your furnace filter each month!Read More
1/24/2018 12:00 PM
It’s been a tough winter here in Nebraska and Iowa. Our temperatures aren’t staying consistent at all. Furnaces are heating homes with temperatures outside hitting negative numbers, then the very next day, it may be warm enough to crack open the windows in your home and let in a little fresh air. If your furnace is older or unreliable, you may worry every time you have to switch it back on. How can you tell when your furnace is starting to fail?Read More