Every year, thousands of people suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning. It is essential to keep your family safe this winter by watching out for CO poisoning symptoms and taking the necessary steps to ensure your home is free of potentially deadly gas. This blog will discuss why carbon monoxide is dangerous and what you can do to prevent an accident.
Cold winter weather can be a major headache for homeowners when their heating system malfunctions. Thankfully, most common heating problems are easy to spot and can usually be fixed with little DIY know-how. By understanding these heating problems, you can act and fix them before they become costly repairs.
Homeowners in the market for a new HVAC system may have heard that the SEER2 regulation is causing a shortage of parts and equipment needed to meet the new standards. As a result, prices for new equipment are expected to increase significantly. By purchasing before January 2023, you can avoid paying a higher price for compliant systems.
As the temperature outside begins to drop, many homeowners are uncertain whether they should have their heating system serviced. After all, it can be expensive, and it’s not something most people think about regularly. However, there are several good reasons to have your system serviced annually. Here are just a few of the benefits:
Following these five tips can help minimize the strain on your heating system this winter and help keep your energy bill in check. If you have any concerns about your heating and cooling system or would like to schedule a routine maintenance appointment, just call Roy’s today! Our team of experts would be happy to help ensure your heating system is ready for winter weather and take the worry away!
Fall is upon us, so those cool Buffalo nights are approaching fast. You want your home to be warm and cozy when it’s cold outside, but most people forget about their bathroom! Many people complain about how cold their bathroom can get, especially when they get out of the shower! So why not make it just as cozy as the rest of your home?
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was signed in August and included legislation to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gasses and move toward cleaner energy. As the most significant federal legislation for climate change and clean energy, the IRA will offer tax credits and rebates to homeowners who make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes, including heating and cooling systems.
Summer isn’t over yet! We still have some warm days ahead here in Buffalo, so your air conditioner will remain hard at work for the next few weeks. But, if you’ve been having some problems with your AC unit, it may need some repairs before the season is over. However, if you’ve been sinking money into repairs a lot recently, then maybe it’s time to replace it altogether.