The costs involved in the installation of a new air conditioning system can be significant. But like all appliances, the components that make up your home's air conditioning system are sure to experience mechanical wear as they age that can make them require too-frequent repairs, as well as the damage they might suffer from misuse or poor maintenance.
The expected costs involved in the installation of a new air conditioning system can cause many homeowners to attempt to extend the lifespan of their current system, but that is not always the wisest move.
Winter may be going full strength right now, but in a few short months, spring will arrive. When it does, you'll want to be ready to put your furnace to bed. If you're like most people, your furnace shut-down procedures including turning the system off and forgetting about it until the temperatures turn cold again. Unfortunately, that's the worst thing you can do for your furnace. To help your furnace recover from a long, cold winter, here are four steps that will need to be taken before you shut down the system this spring.