With freezing temperatures and snowstorms, winter can do a number on your home. As such, it’s important to prepare to protect your property and ensure you can stay warm and comfortable during the coldest season of the year. To learn how to get your home ready for winter, check out these helpful tips.
Every year, we are faced with the inevitable task of preparing for the coming winter weather season. Cooler weather is showing its face, and we have begun calling on our heating systems to go back to work for us. The change of seasons requires us to prepare our heating systems for the long, cold winter ahead, and these checks need to be completed before you click the thermostat to heat.
As the seasons begin to change, you will need to notice the cool winds begin to blow. That means that you have to prep your home’s air conditioning for this cooler season. Check out these tips from Feldman Heating & Cooling.
HVAC technicians work on repairing or replacing different airflow systems. Different airflow systems that they work on can include refrigerators, AC units, and heaters. With the technological requirements of HVAC technicians in today’s world, the consensus is that – yes, you do need an education for these positions.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that malls in regions of New York State that are currently in Phase 4 can reopen.
Cuomo says malls can reopen starting Friday so long as the mall complies with certain measures, and has an enhanced HVAC filtration system.
New York State is mandating that large malls have air filters that have a MERV rating good enough to filter out coronavirus particles — or an air system good enough to do the same. MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value.
If you live in Rochester you know how hot the weather can be in summer, a heat wave makes it seem impossible to keep cool. Hopefully, your air conditioner system is working very well. If not, you’re going to have to get creative to stay cool as the temperatures rise.
Is one HVAC component more important than another? There is a point to shifting from a component or product focus to a solution focus: one that considers the entire HVAC system. Now more than ever, this shift is critical to a long-term, sustainable success benefiting the industry, contractors, and homeowners.
Memorial Day is right around the corner and so is the hot, steamy weather that comes along with the summer months. Here in the Rochester area, you’ll also be soon experiencing swift summer thunderstorms that quickly bring torrential downpours with them. With all the heat and humidity, you want to make sure your home is ready for what’s ahead!
Typically, homeowners don’t get excited about having to replace their gas furnace. However, the idea of freezing in your home isn’t too exciting either. Despite efforts to prolong its life, there may come a time when it is better to replace your furnace rather than repair it. The replace decision often comes down to your current furnace’s age, condition, and/or performance.1
DOHA, Qatar — It was 116 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade outside the new Al Janoub soccer stadium, and the air felt to air-conditioning expert Saud Ghani as if God had pointed “a giant hair dryer” at Qatar.
Are your air filters ready for winter? As snow beings to fall and the mercury starts to dip throughout many regions, it's hard to think about things like switching out filters on your HVAC unit. But you should.
No matter how many times you’ve taken on a renovation project, the beginning can seem daunting. Below are ten tips that will help you complete your project successfully, whether you’re a first-timer or a renovation pro.
It’s getting cold, so that means it’s time to make sure your furnace is up to the task of keeping you warm this winter. As with most things in life, however, your furnace won’t last forever. Here is a checklist to help you identify the warning signs that you may need a new furnace.
Congratulations! By regularly scheduling heating and cooling maintenance with a licensed professional dealer, you may be extending the life of your system! Now that HVAC equipment maintenance has been scheduled, it’s time to prepare for the technicians visit.
You may have heard that silence is golden! However, something is comforting about the soft hum of an air conditioner in the warm summer months. But, if you have recently upgraded your air conditioner and are enjoying the benefits of quieter HVAC system operation, you may notice some new sounds that weren’t so obvious before — especially the sound of your neighbor’s air conditioner!