Three Numbers You Need to Know About Your Rental Property’s A/C

Air conditioning is practically a requirement in every home in the United States, and if you own rental properties, this maxim is even more strict. If you don’t provide adequate HVAC systems for the neighborhood and the clime, you won’t be able to compete with the market and means you’ll have a lot of tenant… Read more »

How to Hide The Air Conditioner in Your Yard

Quite often I run into¬† beautiful landscaping being ruined by an enormous air conditioner. Here’s a short list of ways to disguise your air conditioner in order to keep your yard looking like the Garden of Eden. Plants: You could simply get some nice flowers or plants to plant around your air conditioner. Make sure… Read more »

8 Common Air Conditioning Mistakes Homeowners Should Avoid

You rely on your air conditioner to keep your home comfortable throughout the year. Even a minor mistake can have a big impact on your air conditioner’s performance, your home comfort, and the running costs. That’s why it’s important to know the most common air conditioning mistakes that homeowners make and how to avoid them…. Read more »

Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota Red Tagging Tips For Consumers

The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) recently held a meeting addressing concerns about red-tagging with representatives from the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry. The goal of this meeting was to create consumer tips to explain what red-tagging is and what consumers should be aware of if their furnace is… Read more »

What You Should Know about Air Conditioning Start-Run Capacitors

There are many reasons why an air conditioner won’t cool, but some causes are more common than others. One such common problem is the failure of your air conditioner’s start-run capacitor. This component is integral to the functioning of a central air conditioning system, and if it stops working, your air conditioner will not produce… Read more »