As you may already know, a higher SEER means a more energy efficient air conditioner. And you may also know the higher the SEER, the higher the A/C’s price tag.
If you’ve felt reduced airflow in your home, heard your A/C run continuously or seen a large amount of drainage around your indoor unit, these are signs your air conditioner is frozen inside.
Did you recently buy a generator for your home but now you’re wondering what size circuit breaker you need for it?
Standby generators are increasingly common in Twin Cities homes, but they’re also expensive.
Did you recently discover a second electrical panel in your home? Wondering how it’s different from your main electrical panel?
Does your furnace turn off and on frequently?
That’s called short cycling, and it’s happening because your furnace is overheating.
“I want a warmer house, lower energy bill, and better working furnace. How do I get all of those things?”
Did your power shut off abruptly? It’s probably a tripped circuit breaker.
If your furnace intake pipe freezes, it blocks fresh air from getting to your furnace.
Smelling sewer gases when your furnace comes on isn’t normal. It indicates both a plumbing problem and an HVAC problem. Here’s why.