No one wants their A/C to shut down in the middle of a heat wave in Massachusetts. If it does, you’ll probably find the temperatures unbearable. Making sure your A/C is running efficiently will prevent the problem and save you money in the long run. But what if you suddenly start hearing A/C noises? Read More Hearing Noises From the Air Conditioner? What They’re Trying to Communicate >>
As spring arrives, you may not be thinking too much about A/C maintenance. After all, spring is the one time of the year where you might not even need it since the weather is pleasant. But now’s the time to get your A/C tuned up to make sure that by the time you need it in the summer, it’s working perfectly. Fortunately there are simple steps you can take to ensure that your A/C works well. Read More Spring A/C Maintenance: Call Now for Your Tuneup >>
With benefits such as smaller size, higher energy efficiency and greater interior design flexibility compared to traditional ducted A/C systems, it’s no surprise ductless mini split installations are becoming more popular.
However, if ductless installations aren’t handled by a professional, disadvantages of the technology can easily outweigh the benefits: Read More Ductless Mini Split Installation Is a Job for Pros, But Here’s What You Can Do to Get Ready >>
When it comes to maintaining and repairing your heating and air conditioning system, hire a contractor that employs HVAC technicians who are knowledgeable, dependable and qualified. One way to ensure that the job will be done right is to ask for technicians who have earned NATE certification. Read More Why NATE Matters When You’re Looking For An HVAC Contractor >>
We all want the highest quality work when we’re paying our hard-earned money for services. This is especially true when those services pertain to our homes and help to provide safe and comfortable living environments for ourselves and our families. This is why it’s important to select a contractor who employs NATE certified technicians when choosing to have HVAC work done on our homes. Read More Qualified Technicians Display The Nate Logo >>