Are you considering selling your home this spring? Here’s a list of things that you can do in the winter to optimize for a spring listing.
An HVAC surge protector is incredibly important for protecting your home from damage caused by both external and internal electrical surges.
It can be confusing when it comes to adjusting your thermostat in the fall—we give you tips on what temperature is best to set your thermostat at as it starts to cool down.
We offer tips on checking your CO detector, when to change the batteries, and when you should buy a new one.
As the weather starts to cool down, we provide some tips for transitioning your home and your HVAC unit from summer to fall.
Here are five tips to help protect both yourself and your home during hurricane season.
If your AC is running all the time, that is a problem. When your unit runs all day and night without shutting off it is using a lot more electricity than normal which will drive up your electric bill. It is also putting a strain on your air conditioner and causing damage to the unit itself because it is working in overdrive for an extended period of time. Here are some common reasons your unit could be running constantly and how we can help at Tower Heating & Air.