When the summer heat kicks in and you're trying to stay cool, it's important to know that your air conditioner is up to the task.  The same is true when it's cold and the furnace is on the fritz.  You never want to be in this scenario and not know who or where to turn to get reliable and professional HVAC help that can get your home back to comfortable levels.  Finding local HVAC pros near you is a lot easier when you can read reviews and see ratings from real customers who have used the heating and cooling service in the past.

It's always good to know what questions to ask and the tips for hiring an HVAC contractor, as well as cost to install a new A/C and the difference betwen HVAC brands.

 It's important to get an annual tune-up and clean out any dirt or grime that may be slowing things down in your A/C unit. (Photo by Katelin Kinney)
Air Conditioning
Don't let summer leave you overheated — learn what you can do to stay cool and save money.
Most homeowners aren’t keen on cutting into drywall to redesign the duct system, but there are simple ways to make your entire home cool and comfortable. (Photo courtesy of Homesense Heating and Cooling)
Air Conditioning
It's true - heat rises. Don't let your second floor succumb to high temperatures this summer.
The problem of ice on your air conditioner needs to be addressed correctly, because continued ice buildup will permanently damage the unit. (Photo by Summer Galyan)
Air ConditioningHVAC Maintenance
Finding ice on AC unit components can be a confusing – and costly – event, especially if you don’t know how to fix it.
humidifier and hvac unit
Furnaces & Home Heating Systems
The normal range for the installation is between $396 and $716. The highest reported cost is $1,000.  The type of humidifier will influence the total cost of the installation.
New furnace, air conditioner, water heater and whole-house dehumidifier installed in a home basement.
Furnaces & Home Heating SystemsHVAC Maintenance
The price range is broad between $20 for thermostat installation to $1,500 for blower motor replacement. Other common repairs include ignitors and flame sensors, which fall within this range.