With over 33 years of professional air conditioning repair experience in the area, Allison Air Conditioning has seen pretty much all kinds of problems with heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. However, a large number of these problems are more or less similar in nature, and the answers and solutions are also similar in style.
In a typical furnace, air is drawn into return ducts, where it’s heated over an exchange. Afterward, the heated air is distributed throughout the home via the ductwork until a comfortable temperature is reached. The same system happens with air conditioning as well, but the process involves cooling instead of heating.
Thanks to the addition of energy-saving technology in everyday household appliances, including air conditioning, living comfortably no longer needs to cost homeowners an arm and a leg. With heating and cooling taking up the majority of utility expenses, you’ll need to constantly look for ways to lower expenses. With the new year well under way,
A basement finishing project represents a unique opportunity to expand your home’s living space by remodeling an unused area. Keep in mind several heating and air conditioning considerations, however, before starting this project. Make sure your system is the proper size for your new living space, secure HVAC code and permits, and ensure that all
Air conditioning units can only function at peak performance levels for so long before wear and tear finally catch up with them. That’s why it’s essential to have qualified HVAC technicians check them routinely during routine maintenance checkups. Even then, there may be cases when emergency repairs are needed. If so, you’ll need to stay
Most homeowners are busy during the holidays. Whether you’re shopping for gifts, hosting guests, or decorating your home for the holiday season, there is so much to do to make sure you’re ready. But in all that hustle and bustle, it’s important to pay attention to your home energy use and take steps to conserve
You may have heard about the benefits of a programmable thermostat, of which there are many. But what’s the difference between a standard programmable thermostat and a “smart” thermostat? And more importantly, why should you consider upgrading to one? The main difference between a smart thermostat and a standard programmable thermostat is that you can
Most homeowners are interested in learning ways to cut down on energy use at home. It’s not only great for the environment, it’s also pretty good for your bank account as well. Below, we’ve listed several great tips that will help you save energy in every single room in your house! Read on for some
Everyone knows that upgrading major appliances can be incredibly beneficial to your home. New washers and dryers are great for saving water and energy, and a new fridge can add form and function to a kitchen. But when it comes to HVAC systems, where it’s mostly function, and the lifespan can vary considerably, the timeline
Cooling your home during the summertime tends to use up a lot of energy, which can increase your home energy bills. This increased energy usage isn’t only bad for your pocketbook, it is also not very good for the environment. This summer, stay cool indoors without the burden of an outrageous energy bill. With these