Why is My Home Air Conditioner Leaking Water Inside?…

Your AC’s inside unit contains the evaporator coil that cools the warm air blown over it. This causes condensation (moisture) to form on the coil, just like how water droplets form on a cold glass of water on a hot day. The moisture on the coil drips into a drain pan and down a condensate… [Read More]

HVAC Tips – The Health & Household Benefits of Using a Humidifier

You know that maintaining the right moisture level in your home will help to ensure that your HVAC systems are working efficiently for you, and that the right humidity level can help your home to feel cool in the summer and warm in the winter. However, did you know that operating a humidifier has other… [Read More]

What’s the Right Humidity Level in My Home or Office? How to Know When You Need a Humidifier!

Are your lips cracking? Are you experiencing dry-itchy skin? Frequent nose bleeds? Sinus problems? If you are experiencing these symptoms you may need a humidifier. How Humidifiers Help When temperatures drop, so does the moisture in the air. When this happens, it causes dry skin and sinus problems from the lack of moisture. Humidifiers will… [Read More]

What Do The SEER, HSPF, and AFUE HVAC Efficiency Ratings Mean?

Whether you’re buying a new home or investing in a new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system for an older house, you don’t want to make the wrong move. A smart investment requires a little research, but you’ll thank yourself when you see a dip in your energy bills and enjoy a longer-lasting HVAC… [Read More]

HVAC Tips – What To Do If Your Northern Kentucky Air Conditioner has a Refrigerant or Freon Leak

Refrigerant or “Freon” is used to transfer heat “out of” or “into” your home. The efficiency of your HVAC system is compromised when the right levels of refrigerant are not kept in your HVAC Equipment. If your equipment has too much refrigerant it is said be “over-charged.” If your HVAC equipment has too little refrigerant than its undercharged…. [Read More]

Is it Hot In Your House? Here Are a Few Things That May Be Causing Your Cooling Problems…

If you air conditioner is running by not cooling your home or office there are some quick things to check that can make a world of difference to your cooling efficiency. It’s always best call call a professional into fix your AC but this article goes through some simple repairs you may be able to… [Read More]

Some Rooms Hot? Some Rooms Cold? The Problem Could Be Where Your Thermostat Is Located!…

This room is too hot! This room is too cold! What you really want to hear and feel, is this your room is just right! It could be that your thermostat is in the wrong place to make both rooms just right. Here are some suggestions to consider with the location of your thermostat… Is… [Read More]

Why Trying to Fix Your Home or Commercial HVAC Equipment Yourself is Almost Always a Mistake!

When you’re sick, you see a doctor. When you have a problem with today’s computerized cars, you see a mechanic. Why should you try to fix your air conditioning or heat yourself? A lot of us feel we are pretty handy and some of are handy, in most cases trying to fix your air conditioning or… [Read More]

Maintenance Contracts Aren’t Just a Way For Heating and Cooling Companies to Make Money. Your HVAC Equipment Needs It!

Getting maintenance on your Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky HVAC Equipment is similar to getting maintenance on your car. A car is an expensive purchase and you want to get full use long term for your investment. Same goes for your HVAC equipment. At bare minimum your car will need its oil checked, it’s filters replaced, fluids… [Read More]

HVAC Tips – Great Ways to Lower Your Heating Costs This Winter!

Get Your Home Ready for Winter Add weather stripping to doors and windows and calk where you see gaps. Add more insulation in your home or commercial building to save on energy costs Wrap hot water heaters with insulation also Add gaskets on all outside wall electrical outlets and switches Get a Programmable Thermostat and Use… [Read More]