Furnace Noise | Heating and Air Conditioning Plano, TX

It’s wise to be attentive for any problems when you turn your furnace on for the first time this fall. Besides the obvious failure to turn on, unusual furnace noise indicates a problem with the furnace. Identifying specific noises aids in determining the cause. If your furnace is making any unusual noise, there is a…

Programmable Thermostats

The thermostat is essential for the function of the heating and air conditioning system in your home. It is responsible for detecting the changes in temperature and turning the system on and off. It also controls the home’s temperature. Which of course is according to the mode of heating or cooling and the settings you…

Heating and Air Conditioning – Furnaces

With fall’s arrival, many homeowners will need to select a new heating and air conditioning system or a furnace.  For most, energy efficiency is typically a major consideration in selecting a new system.  Choosing between a furnace, and a heat pump is easier when you understand the differences. A MES professional can assist you in…

Metro Express Service – Heat Pumps

As the colder temperatures of winter approach, homeowners may find their heating source has problems or even may not cut on. Depending on the cause and age of the heating system, homeowners have the choice of repair or replacement. There are advantages of a new energy efficient heating system, including greater comfort and potentially lower…

Fall Heating System Maintenance

It’s important to ensure your heating system is ready for fall and winter use before cold weather arrives. Not only can fall maintenance assure your home has heat when required, maintenance can reduce the energy costs, and helps to ensure long term reliability and an extended lifespan of the unit. Fall maintenance consists of simple…

Why Choose a Smart Thermostat?

Your home’s thermostat is designed to give you complete control over your air conditioning and heating system. You’ll be able to alter the temperature, schedule heating at the appropriate times, and set up cooling/heating zones around your house. In the past, thermostats were wired directly to an HVAC system. Today, however, wireless thermostats provide the…

Signs You Need HVAC Replacement in DFW

Knowing when to opt for an HVAC replacement instead of repairs can save you money and from headaches in the long run. For many homeowners, it’s easy to ignore their HVAC system for long periods. But if you expect the system to work through the winter and during the heat of summer, it’s crucial to…

Carbon Monoxide: A Guide for Homeowners

Of all the contaminants that put your home at risk, nothing is quite as scary as carbon monoxide. It’s tough to detect, often referred to as the “silent killer,” and has no smell, color, or taste. Carbon monoxide typically leaks out from fireplaces, gas ranges, or furnaces, and the built-up poison leads to hundreds of…

Top 5 Reasons to Schedule an Air Conditioning Tune-Up

The summer sun can take quite a toll on your air conditioning system. When temperatures reach 100 degrees and higher, your air conditioning system has to work overtime to keep your home cool. During the hottest months of the year—July and August—your system may wind up faltering. But it will keep on trucking along as…

Shutting Down Your HVAC Has Consequences

We’re all looking to save some money this summer. The mild temperatures, for many, mean using a fan is a viable option, but when temperatures begin to rise, it’s common to crank up the air conditioning. This tactic can be costly, though. By shutting down your HVAC system to save some cash, you invite other…

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