Feb 28 , 2024 Comment

Are you considering upgrading your HVAC system? If you're a homeowner in North Carolina, now is the perfect time to take advantage of Duke Energy's Smart $aver® Early Replacement Rebates. Effective February 1, 2024, the Duke Energy rebates you've used in 2023 have been updated,  offering substantial savings when you upgrade to high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment. Continue reading Maximize Savings with Smart $aver® Early Replacement Rebates in North Carolina

Jan 15 , 2024 Comment

When it comes to achieving the ideal indoor climate in your home, one size doesn't always fit all. The living room may need to be warmer during family movie night, while the bedroom should be cooler for a comfortable night's sleep. This is where zoning systems come into play, offering tailored temperature control for different areas of your home. In this blog, we'll explore the benefits of zoning systems, how…

Dec 27 , 2023 Comment

When it comes to home heating, there are numerous myths and misconceptions that can lead to inefficient energy use and higher bills. In this blog post, we'll debunk some common heating myths and provide you with the facts you need to keep your home cozy and cost-effective during the winter months.Continue reading Home Heating Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction

Nov 27 , 2023 Comment

Whether you're a homeowner, property manager, or business owner, partnering with the right HVAC contractor (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) is crucial. Your HVAC system plays a significant role in maintaining comfort and air quality, so it's essential to choose a reliable and experienced partner. But with so many options available, how do you find the best HVAC company to meet your needs? Here's a comprehensive guide to help you…

Jan 17 , 2023 Comment

Like most household items, a mechanical system like an HVAC will start to wear out over time and through constant use, even when it's well maintained.  As a result, the cost of an older and outdated HVAC will grow more and more.Continue reading How Your Old HVAC Could Be Costing You

Apr 27 , 2022 Comment

When you get quoted for an HVAC replacement from any contractor, you may see verbiage about permits and inspections listed as a line item.  If you live in the Triangle (Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill) and have your HVAC system replaced, your contractor should be pulling a permit with the local government’s building department designated to your property, and requesting an inspection after the work is completed.Continue reading Do I Need A Local…

Oct 20 , 2021 Comment

There are a variety of heating options for homeowners available in today’s HVAC market. While they may operate differently, there are several shared components when it comes to the homeowner’s maintenance.  Whether your home has a furnace, heat pump or even a ductless mini split – these are all considered a forced air heater and they all require filters. The simple and inexpensive habit of changing air filters can make…