When to Switch to Emergency Heat Mode

The emergency heat button on a heat pump thermostat is a source of confusion for many people. This is because many people hardly understand when to use the emergency heat switch. The assumption by many people is that heat pumps hardly work in cold, chilly climatic conditions and therefore, they opt to use the emergency heat every time it gets extremely cold. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Read on to find out why. [Read More]

Why You Should Shift from Reactive Maintenance to Preventive Maintenance of Commercial HVAC Systems

Some owners of commercial buildings do not consider the preventive maintenance (PM) of HVAC systems as a priority. This leads them to make resources available only when an air conditioning component breaks down instead of preventing the break down through routine maintenance work. This article discusses some benefits of adequately funding a PM program for the AC system. Impact on Occupant Complaints Chances are very high that you will have more complaints from the occupants of your commercial building if you do not consider preventive maintenance of the HVAC system as a priority. [Read More]

How to Save Money on Running Costs for Your Air Conditioner

Proper air conditioning can be a life saver during the hottest months of the year. Air conditioning isn't just an invention that cools down your house; it can also help cleaning the air in your home and thereby benefit the health of you and your family. However, the running costs of air conditioning can become quite large, especially during the warmest months of the year. If you're wondering how you can save money on your Daikin ducted air conditioner, there are a few things you might want to know. [Read More]

Top Signs That Your Home's Furnace Needs Repairs

Your home's furnace doesn't always need to stop working altogether for it to need repairs, and it's good to always get those repairs done as quickly as possible when you notice problems with your furnace. This will ensure it stays in good working order and that you're not putting unnecessary wear and tear on the parts. Note a few of the most common signs that your home's furnace needs repairs. [Read More]