Tips on Lowering Your Energy Bill this Winter

Tips on Lowering Your Energy Bill this Winter

Energy costs have continued to rise, and this winter will be no exception. With the cost of gas in particular going up, one way to save money is by reducing your heating costs in the fall and winter. Many of these are easy fixes that could wind up saving you a decent...
How to Create a Maintenance Schedule for Your Home

How to Create a Maintenance Schedule for Your Home

When you are a homeowner, you are aware that the cost of living in a home can become a huge expense. You also know that a home is a huge investment and one that you should take care of. To protect your investment and help save you money over time it is important to...
3 Ways to Save Energy at Home

3 Ways to Save Energy at Home

Being a homeowner comes with a lot of responsibilities. One common goal of most homeowners is saving energy and lowering the cost of energy and utility bills. There are many ways to save energy around the house, but we have put together 3 simple ways to lower your...
4 Ways To “Go Green” At Home

4 Ways To “Go Green” At Home

The summer season is quickly approaching, which means our HVAC units are working hard to keep our homes comfortable and cool, and our utility bills are going up. There are many ways to lower your monthly energy costs and help your home “go green”. If...
Space Heater Safety Tips

Space Heater Safety Tips

During the cold, winter months your furnace is working hard to keep you and your family warm. Most homes have one room in the house that always seems to stay a little cooler than the rest of the house. When that happens, many people turn to space heaters to provide a...
How To: Improve Attic Ventilation

How To: Improve Attic Ventilation

Keeping your home energy efficient is one of the main wants of a homeowner. Being energy efficient means that the systems in your home will have a longer lifespan, and it also means that your energy bills will be less expensive. Apart from insulation, ventilation is...
Summer Air Conditioning Tips

Summer Air Conditioning Tips

For many of us summer is the most fun time of the year.  The kids are out of school and when they are home during the day the air conditioner is bound to be working overtime. Thermostat If the AC has not been keeping your home consistently cool then you may simply...
Tips for Improving Your Attic and Basement

Tips for Improving Your Attic and Basement

Your attic and basement are likely the two most commons places in your home where energy loss is taking place. They could even be causing you to spend extra money each month, but the good news is there are ways to improve these areas. Read on to learn about our best...
How to: Prepare your Home for Spring

How to: Prepare your Home for Spring

The Louisville area has been experiencing some abnormally warmer temperatures over the past week, which already has us thinking about spring. One step towards getting your home ready for the spring season is turning on your AC. Your HVAC unit is a huge investment in...
How To: Keep your Home Warm Without Blasting the Heat

How To: Keep your Home Warm Without Blasting the Heat

This weekend Louisville was cold and it looks like more cold is still to come! During the cold winter months, many people struggle with finding the perfect balance between keeping themselves warm and spending too much money on energy bills. Blasting the heat during...
Safety Tips: Space Heaters

Safety Tips: Space Heaters

During the cold, winter months your furnace is working hard to keep you and your family warm. Most homes have one room in the house that always seems to stay a little cooler than the rest of the house. When that happens, many people turn to space heaters to provide a...
How to Read a HVAC Gauge

How to Read a HVAC Gauge

An HVAC gauge is the most important tool in my most value asset. The HVAC gauge reads the pressure of various liquids and gases in an air conditioning system. It also reads vacuum pressure when pressure testing or charging a cooling system. Occasionally, homeowners...
Landscaping Around Your AC Unit

Landscaping Around Your AC Unit

To most people, the air conditioner is a pretty important piece of home equipment, but it can certainly be an eyesore.  The compressor is often in a forgotten area of the yard and can often end up being a space of weeds and neglected landscaping.  Here are some...
HVAC Maintenance Tips for Pet Owners

HVAC Maintenance Tips for Pet Owners

There are a lot of responsibilities that come along with being a pet owner. If you are a pet owner there are some extra steps that you can take to ensure that your HVAC system is running effectively and efficiently. Doing these things will be helpful in extending the...

Is Your Air Conditioner Ready For Summer?

Summer is still a few months away and love it or hate it, it means hot sticky days in Kentuckiana! The one respite from the heat is a good working, dependable air conditioner. At Airtech Heating and Cooling Services we recommend you stay up to date with preventative...

HVAC Considerations When Finishing Your Basement

Are you planning to finish your basement?  A finished basement not only adds to the value of your home but also gives your family more living space. Basements are a great location for an extra bedroom, a rec room, or a man cave. Many basements are much colder due to...

Can Your Furnace Replacement Wait Until Next Year?

Summer is essentially over. Starbucks is already selling the seasonally anticipated Pumpkin Spice Latte. As the temperatures begin to cool off you might be starting to think about that old furnace that you haven’t given another thought to since last winter.  It...

Why is my air conditioner leaking water?

If your AC is leaking water onto the floor it could be a result of several scenarios.  Your AC unit contains a part, called the evaporator coil, whose function it is to cool the warm air blown over it.  This is the source of the condensation and is totally normal. ...

Should You Consider Going Ductless?

Looking for an new air conditioning system for your home?  If so, you have now figured out that there are a lot of options and consideration to take into account.  One of the decisions that will need to be made is whether or not to go ductless. A ductless solution...

How To: Heat a Finished Basement

If you have a finished basement you are aware of the fact that your basement is often 5-15 degrees cooler than the rest of your home. If you’re thinking about finishing your basement soon, here are some ways to make sure that your basement stays warm and cozy so that...

How to Find Out If Your Heater is Energy Efficient

November is here and the clocks have been moved back and hour, which means winter will be here soon and it’s finally feeling chilly outside. During this time of the year, many homeowners try to find ways to keep their home warm and comfortable, however, that can...

How to Get the Most From Your New AC System

Investing in a new air conditioning unit is a huge decision and can be a stressful experience. You have to spend a lot of money and sort through many different choices when it comes to choosing a unit. Once you have decided on the unit and have it installed it is...

How to Create a Maintenance Schedule for Your Home

When you are a homeowner, you are aware that the cost of living in a home can become a huge expense. You also know that a home is a huge investment and one that you should take care of. To protect your investment and help save you money over time it is important to...

How To: Prepare your HVAC System For a Storm

Here in the Kentuckiana area, summer storms are a common occurrence. From heavy rain to wind and hail, these storms can create dangerous conditions. When you are aware that a storm is approaching it is important to be sure that your heating and air conditioning...

Tips on Lowering Your Energy Bill

We’re all looking for ways to lower our energy bills, and with warmer weather ahead it is important to start thinking about ways to keep your energy costs lower this summer. During the summer you are using your air conditioning often, if not all the time, which...

3 Ways to Save Energy at Home

Being a homeowner comes with a lot of responsibilities. One common goal of most homeowners is saving energy and lowering the cost of energy and utility bills. There are many ways to save energy around the house, but we have put together 3 simple ways to lower your...

How to Fix a Frozen AC Unit

During the summer months, your AC unit is working overtime to keep your home at a cool and comfortable temperature. One common problem that you may encounter with your AC this summer is a frozen AC. An air conditioner freezes when the evaporator coil inside the unit...

How To: Reduce Strain On Your AC System

During the summer season, your HVAC system is working hard to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. If you’re looking to increase the efficiency of your unit and maintain its longevity, follow these simple tips to reduce the strain on your AC system....

5 Things to do Before you Turn on Your AC

The summer season is approaching quickly, which means we may finally get some warmer weather soon. Before we get weather that will force your to rely on your AC to keep your home cool, follow our checklist of things to do before you turn it on. Change your Filter: You...
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