Improving Your Home’s Indoor Air Circulation

2019-03-18

open window lets fresh air indoors

The air you and your family breathe in your home is essential to your family’s wellbeing. According to the EPA, you should worry more about your indoor air quality than outdoor air. This is because the quality of indoor air can be 500% poorer than the quality of the air outdoors. Keeping high-quality indoor air…. Read More

How to Choose the Right HVAC Contractor

2019-03-04

Hiring the right contractor for your HVAC system is fundamental. This will help ensure that you will get the proper repair or installation service you need. However, with the number of factors you need to consider, finding a qualified contractor can be daunting. Measurement, sizing, and design mistakes are often the result of working with…. Read More

Top 3 Fire Risks of Having an Old Furnace

2019-01-28

Old Furnace Fire Risks

Nowadays, a lot of homeowners are more concerned about chipping paint in the living room or the noisy pipes overhead. They often neglect the conditions of many fixtures at home; in particular, the furnace. One of the biggest risk factors for faulty furnace is old age. Repairs and, better yet, replacements done by professionals are…. Read More

10 Things To Check Before Turning On Your Furnace

2018-12-27

The cold Alabama winter is here and it is time to bring out your furnace and fire it up. During the period where it has been left unused, the furnace could have developed some faults or problems that can reduce its efficiency or lead to an emergency that may be costly to resolve. The best…. Read More

How Do Air Conditioners Function?

2018-09-10

window air conditioner working

It’s common knowledge that an air conditioner’s mission is to cool down the temperature and thus maintain a comfortable atmosphere inside your office or your home during the warmest months of summer. But do you have any idea how it actually works? One curious fact you might not be aware of is that an air…. Read More

Absence of Air Conditioning in Buildings Can Affect Your Mind

2018-07-16

Dwelling inside buildings with no air conditioning installed during very high temperatures can drastically impact your mental capacity in a negative fashion. A new study conducted by a team of researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston reveals that, contrary to the popular belief, not only the elderly are affected by…. Read More

Your Heating and Air Conditioning Needs in Blountsville, Alabama

2017-07-31

Located in Blount County, Blountsville is a thriving community with a lot of history. The town was created in 1818 and named after Governor Willie G. Blount of Tennessee, the man who was responsible for helping settlers in Alabama during the Creek War of 1813-14. These days, the town has much to offer. Here’s a…. Read More

The Taste of Alabama

2017-05-25

Fried chicken fried okra collard greens and mac and cheese together on a plate

When it comes to good old Southern cooking, the Yellow Hammer State knows just how to do it right. The state’s culinary traditions are testament to hard working people with a hearty appreciation for good food. The dishes we see on Alabama menus today are mouthwatering fusions dating back to Native American, Spanish, French, and…. Read More

Keeping an Eye on Tree, Weed and Grass Allergens in Rainsville, Alabama

2017-04-06

Rainsville Al Memorial

Image courtesy of rainsvillealabama.com Spring and summer are just around the corner and that means allergy season is about to begin. Rainsville is a growing city with a number of areas of natural beauty, such as Powell Park and Rainsville City Park. Unfortunately, for some people that also means during the warmer seasons there will…. Read More