The Unfiltered Blog
We have a problem here in Iowa. Actually, this problem is affecting America as a whole. We need to train and hire 3.4 million skilled workers in the next 10 years. And the demand for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) workers alone is expected to grow by 14 percent by 2024. We could stew and worry and be consumed by the magnitude of this problem, but I’d rather start focusing on the solution.
When properly maintained, your home’s heating and cooling system will last 17 to 20 years. There are many things you can do to keep your HVAC system running at its best.
Chuck and Steve are here to talk about one of the questions we hear all the time: Should I set my HVAC system fan to the “ON” or “AUTO” setting on my thermostat?
Have you been waiting to switch on your air conditioner? Here are a few things you must do before turning it on for the warmer months ahead.
During your first house hunt, it’s tempting to focus on finding a place in your dream location that has the perfect flow and right number of bedrooms. But don’t forget to look past the wood floors and granite countertops to ask the right questions about the home’s heating and air conditioning system. Not doing so could cost you thousands if it needs replacing after you purchase the home. We did some of the work for you and listed questions to ask before signing on the dotted line.