Can a Heat Pump Replace My HVAC System?
A heat pump transfers heat from one place to another, which uses much less energy. It takes heat from the air outside to produce cool temperatures indoors and vice versa. As a result, heat pumps can be used to both heat and cool the inside of your home.
Beat Allergy Season
If you or someone in your family suffers from seasonal allergies, you want to take refuge from all these allergens in the filtered atmosphere of your air-conditioned home. But, your air may not be as filtered as you think, causing you to have allergies inside and outside.
Spring Prep for Your HVAC
Everyone looks forward to Spring after a long winter. It’s a time of renewal, and it’s a time for cleaning. As you’re getting your home ready for the warm months ahead, don’t forget your HVAC system.
Why Should I Do Regular Maintenance on My HVAC Unit?
If you have a car, you know regular maintenance is important. Oil changes, tune-ups and tire fixes are all imperative to the life of your car. Bu...
Safety Tips for Supplemental Heating Sources
Here in Highland, we’re used to the cold weather this time of year. Winters in this part of Utah are definitely cold, but just because you’re...
Is Your HVAC Ready for Winter?
Are you aware that half of home heating fires are reported during the months of December, January and February? While this sounds alarming, t...
Holiday Lighting Safety
Holiday lighting is a great way to give your home a festive look for the holidays. However, when not used properly, lights can c...
Keep Utility Bills Low This Fall with These Energy Savings Tips
If you’re worried about high utility bills this season, here are some ways you can make those utility bill prices fall t
How to Know if Your Home is Up to Code
Save yourself some trouble and get your home up to code before it’s too late. There are ways to tell if your home has code violations. Use thes...
5 Ways to Get Cleaner Air in Your Home
Cars, factories and airplanes are three main sources of air pollution, but surprisingly enough, the outdoors isn’t always the most contaminat...