Basement Hit By the 2018 Flood? Here’s What To Do:

MISHAWAKA/FORT WAYNE — Hundreds of homes in the Michiana area have been affected by massive spring flooding and, as waters recede, homeowners may be asking how to handle their heating and plumbing equipment, usually found in basements. “As little as three inches of water can completely devastate a furnace because that blower motor may have kicked water up onto your …

Don’t Miss Out on Federal Tax Credits for Furnaces and ACs Installed in 2013

Did you know that if you install a high efficiency furnace, heat pump, air conditioner, or water heater before the end of the year you are eligible for a tax credit? That’s right. The federal government, in an effort to encourage homeowners to make their homes more energy efficient, is offering tax credits for installing furnaces, air conditioners,  and water …

Extended Tax Credits Make 2011 Another Good Year For HVAC Upgrades

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Energy Star program encourages homeowners like you to use energy saving equipment for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC).  Such equipment saves energy resources because it is highly efficient.  Therefore, you should look for the Energy Star label on HVAC units when deciding on upgrades to your present home systems. Combining efforts with the …

In The Market for a New Air Conditioner? Give High Efficiency Consideration

While nobody wants the expense of replacing their air conditioning system, there are times when it is necessary. Old units reach the end of their useful life and need to be replaced by newer equipment. The good thing is that this gives you the opportunity to upgrade your air conditioning system to one of the newer, more energy efficient ones.