Warmer weather is on the way (we hope) which means it’s time to start spring cleaning. The first day of spring is March 20 but there is no time like the present to have your air conditioning unit cleaned.
The temperature is dropping and if you are not careful so will the money in your bank account due to high energy bills. Here are a few Tower Tips that will help you and your family stay toasty all winter long, without running up your energy bill.
When the cold temperatures hit, everyone wants to find a way to get warm, including unwanted rodents and pests. Your HVAC system could be the exact destination they are looking for but if you are not trying to house a new pet, here are some ways to keep them out.
Halloween has come and gone and as we prepare for the holiday season, there is one thing in your home that you need to make sure is ready – your heater. At Tower Heating & Air, we provide the best heating repair services in the Triangle.
Our heating & air experts are always here when you need them! We are taking questions for the Tower Heating & Air blog. Chances are if you have a question, someone else is probably wondering about the same thing. Here are a few frequently asked questions we have gotten in the past. Email us what is on your mind and we will answer them next month on our blog.
Understand how your air conditioner works and the different parts of your system from our Tower Tips!
The largest energy consuming appliance in your home is your air conditioning unit. Cleaning your AC coils will allow it to cool your home using far less power – six to 30% less! Get signed up for your bi-annual (cooling & heating) Maintenace Plan and follow these easy steps to keep your AC unit in tip-top shape between appointments.
Soaring energy costs can end up costing you a fortune! Now more than ever, it is so important that you take the proper steps to keep your home comfortable without spending more than you have to. Here are a few quick Tower Tips that will help you maintain your comfort system and keep your home cool all summer long.