What Happens When You Leave Your Pilot Light During Summer?

A gas-powered furnace with a pilot light seems like an anachronism, especially when modern furnaces come with electronic ignition. If you own a furnace that relies on a pilot light for startup, you're probably wondering if you should extinguish it to save energy and money or leave it alone until next fall. Both options have their own set of pros and cons to consider, which can make it hard to make either choice.

How To Clean Your Air Return

If you want to do some maintenance for your HVAC system, but you don't have a huge tool kit or experience working on HVAC appliances, it is still possible to do some very worthwhile maintenance. This article explains one of the easiest and cheapest do-it-yourself maintenance jobs for residential HVAC systems. One of the most important things you need to do on a regular basis is clean the return duct and filter.

Top Reasons To Choose A Boiler For Heat In Your Rental Unit

If you are a landlord, then you probably know how important it is to have a good heating system in each of your rentals. If you are unsure of which type of heating option to go with, you may want to consider working with an HVAC professional to install a boiler in your rental unit. These are a few reasons why this can be the best type of heating option for your rental.

Three Signs That Your A/C May Need Some Repair Work

Air conditioning is a year-round thing down south. Up north, you only need the A/C for a few months out of the year. Still, that does not mean that A/C in either part of the country will never need AC repair. It is far more likely in the South, where these appliances are used often, but such repairs are also needed in the North, too. Wherever you live, here are some more signs that your A/C may need some repair work.

Three Reasons Why You Should Vent Your Bathroom Through The Roof

HVAC stands for "heating, ventilation, and air conditioning." That said, there are several common problems that result from not ventilating your bathroom properly. If you have no bathroom ventilation at all, then you have even bigger problems. Your bathroom vents should air straight out the top of the roof of your house. Otherwise, you will end up with the following problems: Far Too Much Moisture in the Attic Too much moisture in the attic leads to mold and mildew.