Why Your Heating Unit is Blowing Cold Air?
There’s nothing worse during the winter than cranking up the thermostat only to discover that your heater is blowing out cold air. But why is it doing that? The HVAC experts at Air Works Heating & Air put together this handy post to help you determine why it’s happening. Learn why your heater is acting … Continue reading Why Your Heating Unit is Blowing Cold Air?
How to Prevent Your Indoor Air Quality from Suffering
To live a comfortable and healthy life, it’s essential that you make sure that your home appliances are working properly. This includes your heating and air systems. If they work well and are taken care of, your indoor air quality can improve. There are also other ways to improve air quality in your house. Here … Continue reading How to Prevent Your Indoor Air Quality from Suffering
5 Ways to Stay Warm This Winter While Cutting Costs
At this point in the winter, you’re probably starting to notice your heating bill getting bigger. If the thought of finding the energy bill in your mailbox has you filled with dread, you’ve come to the right place. The energy experts at Air Works Heating & Air have compiled this essential list of the top … Continue reading 5 Ways to Stay Warm This Winter While Cutting Costs
Top HVAC Tips for the Holidays
The holidays are finally here! They can be the most wonderful time of the year, and also the busiest and most stressful. Between visiting family, setting up decorations, the craziness of work, shopping, and more it can be hard to stay sane during the holiday season. The last thing you need is to also be … Continue reading Top HVAC Tips for the Holidays
Cold Weather is Around the Corner. Is Your House Ready?
Fall is finally here. We’re heading into the time of jackets and scarves. It’s also one of the most temperate times to be in the South. The dog days of summer are over. Now you have the chance to enjoy some football. Not to mention a nice, cool evening on the porch. With the cooler … Continue reading Cold Weather is Around the Corner. Is Your House Ready?
What Should You Do If Your HVAC Uses R-22?
In 2010, it became illegal to manufacture or import new cooling equipment within the United States that contained the refrigerant known as R-22. This was due to the damage its greenhouse gas emissions were causing to the environment. Because so many HVAC units made before 2010 relied on R-22, the government allowed a 10-year phase-out … Continue reading What Should You Do If Your HVAC Uses R-22?
5 HVAC Tips You Need for Fall
Halloween decorations are at stores. Pumpkin spice lattes are on the menu. The leaves will start changing color. Temperatures will begin to drop. These are signs that fall is around the corner. Your heat likely hasn’t been on since mid-April. So you should take time to check it out before turning it on for the … Continue reading 5 HVAC Tips You Need for Fall
What Size Air Conditioning Unit Is Right for Your Home?
Now that summer’s in full swing, the heat and humidity can be overbearing. Having an efficient central air conditioning unit as part of your heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system can make your home much more comfortable for you, your family, and your guests. Whether you’re on the hunt for a new air conditioning … Continue reading What Size Air Conditioning Unit Is Right for Your Home?
What Do We Look For During an “HVAC Inspection?”
We recommend a regularly scheduled HVAC inspection as part of our customers’ maintenance schedule, as this process helps us discover small problems that we can fix before they become much bigger issues. We cover six areas during this service to be as thorough as possible. Electrical Function Your house’s electrical system is closely tied in … Continue reading What Do We Look For During an “HVAC Inspection?”
When Should I Replace My AC Unit?
Your air conditioning system is the unsung hero of summer. Face it, how often do you think about your AC unity? Now how often does it run? The answer to the first questions is likely, “Rarely” while the answer to the second is probably, “Every day.” In the often stifling North Carolina heat, we run … Continue reading When Should I Replace My AC Unit?