Many people have heard of Freon. If you haven't, it’s the chemical in your air conditioner that makes it operate. Having the proper amount in your system is critical for the air conditioner to work properly.
It's safe to assume the majority of people are aware of air pollution, allergies and the state of the air you're breathing right now. The highest awareness of air quality takes place outdoors. But, what about your home?
The average person spends 65 to 70 percent of their time indoors. That means 65 to 70 percent of the air you breathe is coming from inside your home. This makes indoor air quality more important than ever! But, there are a few easy steps you can take to improve it.
As we approach the fall and winter seasons, it's a good time to be reminded of the dangers of carbon monoxide in your home. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless and toxic gas. And because it's impossible to see, taste or smell the fumes, it can become life-threatening before you're ever aware of its presence.
Oh, this a call we get a lot. It’s a pretty common problem with central heating and air systems. Most of the time, homeowners will say, "I need Freon, my unit keeps freezing up." And while that could be the case, it could be a simpler problem and you may not even need a service call. Just in case you've never encountered your air conditioner freezing up, let us give you a few things to look for.
Flu season is in full swing, there have already been twice as many deaths and exponentially more outbreaks than we normally have this early in the year. It’s shaping up to be the worst in a decade. Across the nation over 12,000 cases have already been reported, and here in Oklahoma influenza is on the rise too.
Setting your thermostat at a comfortable temperature can be difficult any time of year.
it is fairly difficult to estimate due to many factors such as climate, usage, maintenance, rating and more.
As Oklahomans know, the weather can be unpredictable. From blazing hot summers to teeth chattering winters