HVAC Tax Credits & Rebates for Michigan Homeowners
We have good news! If you’ve been wanting to invest in more energy-efficient home systems but have put them off due to rising prices, help is available. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) went into effect on January 1, 2023, and offers Southeast Michigan homeowners the opportunity to improve their plumbing, heating, cooling, and electrical systems…Read More
Why Is My Heater Blowing Cold Air?
The temperature in Southeast Michigan has started to drop, so you go to turn on your heater for the first time this year. You’re expecting your house to start warming up soon, but when you pass by a vent, cold air comes out of it. What gives? If your heater is blowing cold air, there could…Read More
New 2023 SEER HVAC Regulations in Michigan Explained
Starting on January 1, 2023, all new HVAC installations in the United States must meet higher energy-efficiency standards outlined by the U.S. Department of Energy. Each region of the country has different standards, and homeowners in Michigan as part of the North region will have to meet slightly lower efficiency standards than residents of the…Read More
How Can Buying a New Furnace Save You Money?
Does your old furnace rattle, groan, and struggle to heat your home? Does it feel like you are paying more and more on your utility bills each month, but your home is still chilly throughout the winter? It could be that your aging furnace can’t meet your home’s heating needs. Keeping your existing furnace may…Read More
6 Factors To Consider When Repairing or Replacing Your Furnace
You rely on your furnace to keep you warm all winter, but eventually, your heating system will malfunction or break down. When either of these situations happens, several factors come into play when determining if you need heating repair or replacement: System Age The age of your furnace system is the first thing to consider…Read More