If you’re ready to switch gears from the heating months to the cooling months, make sure your heat pump is ready to switch gears, too. Schedule a system tune-up with your trusted HVAC technician, and be prepared for the service call with your own easy do-it-yourself checklist.

Read More

With regard to saving energy in your Wichita area home, a great way to get ahead of the pack is to invest in a smart thermostat. This programmable device will allow you to maintain temperatures in your home with daily and weekly settings programmed ahead of time, and provide you with advanced features for maintaining…

Read More

If your water heater doesn’t seem to be warming up your water as well as you’d like, there’s no need to panic. It’s simply time to troubleshoot the problem and determine whether you can fix it, or if you’ll need the help of a Plumbing professional. Let’s take a look at some ways that you can…

Read More

Geothermal technology has been evolving for more than 50 years, and over 1 million systems have been installed in the United States to date. This ultra-efficient HVAC option uses heat-pump technology to transfer the heat that’s stored several feet underground (or underwater) into your home for efficient, quiet heating. In the summer, the geothermal heat…

Read More

Small humidifier leaks might not seem urgent, but left unaddressed they can cause a lot of water damage to the surrounding area. Humidifier leaks can cause irreversible damage to wood flooring, wood furniture, sub-flooring, and anything else that is nearby. Mold growth can also occur if the leak is left unchecked. If you discover that…

Read More

Improving home insulation is the key to keeping your home comfortable and energy efficient throughout the changing seasons. Loose-fill cellulose insulation and fiberglass batt are among the most popular types of home insulation. There has been some debate regarding which type of insulation is best for homes – fiberglass insulation has been in use the…

Read More

The following tips can help you improve home safety all year, but especially during the winter when windows are closed and heating systems are in play, including fireplaces and space heaters. The three main hazards indoors are electrical, fire and chemical. 

Read More

Keeping your heat pump in good working order is certainly a priority when Old Man Winter is in the Wichita area, with his blustery winter winds, snow and frigid temperatures. A serious problem to watch for is thick ice on the heat pump’s coils. While a thin coating of frost or ice is normal on…

Read More

If your furnace’s heat exchanger cracks, do you know what to do, or what this might mean for your home? If the heat exchanger cracks in your Wichita area home, you’ll want to seek the help of an HVAC professional. But first, it’s important to learn a few facts about heat exchanger cracks.

Read More