Winters are mild in Yuma, but we still sometimes need to turn on the heat now and then. When that happens, it’s good to know we’re getting maximum efficiency from our homes, and not wasting our energy dollars. One of the best ways to make sure that happens is to eliminate cold air leaks.
If you’re considering a new HVAC system this winter, the most sensible way to do it is by completely replacing air-conditioning units instead of just the indoor or outdoor portion. It’s possible to replace just one of the components, but the trade-off is higher energy bills and decreased indoor comfort.
Moving into a new home can certainly be exciting, but it can also be very stressful. If you’ve been thinking about picking up a present for someone who’s moving into a new home, it’s always good to give them something functional to help ease their stress a bit. Below, we’ve listed a few housewarming gifts […]
If a cold garage is holding you back from your hobbies or preventing you from using it, consider garage heating options. Just as people air condition this space to use it in the summer, you can heat it too. However, it’s not quite as straightforward because garages typically have combustible contents.
Even though most of the weather in the Yuma area is mild during the cool season, it’s still a good idea to winterize your HVAC system. When you do need it, it run more efficiently and dependably when you and your HVAC pro have gone through it carefully.