Mild temperatures of winter are coming to an end, which means the hot, humid Houston summer is right around the corner. With average summer temperatures simmering above 90 degrees, your air conditioning unit is vital to your comfort and safety. Read More
Making an investment in a new heating system can be overwhelming, but it’s the far better alternative to waking up in a frigid home in the middle of winter. Whether you’ve been actively looking for a new furnace, or if you’re wondering whether you need a new unit, we’ve compiled seven questions to ask yourself that can help you determine if it’s time for a new heater. Read More
The holidays are nearly here, and with all of the season’s twinkly lights and late-night gatherings, your December energy bill is likely far from cheerful. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can save on your energy bill this holiday season, while still enjoying all this time of year has to offer.
Switch to LED Lights
Making this one small change can save you a lot on your energy bill. LED bulbs are more environmentally friendly, and use far less energy to operate, 90% less than traditional strand lights in fact. Plus they run only about $10 per strand, so it’s one of the cheapest ways to save this season.
The weather is finally cooling off, meaning it’s time to switch on the heater so you and your family can remain warm and comfortable in the dropping temps. But what happens if your furnace breaks or won’t turn on at all? The quickest way to ensure you’re warm again in no time is to contact the professionals at Elite Comfort Home and Commercial Services, where a team of certified HVAC technicians have seen it all, and can determine the best solution for you in just one home visit. Read More
Like many important components of your home, your climate control system is something you rely on every day, even if you may not consciously think about it much. Your HVAC system keeps you cool and comfortable in any weather, working to protect you from Mother Nature’s extremes. The very last thing you want during the blazing heat of summer or the dipping temperatures of winter is a broken heating and cooling system. Read More
We all love and adore our furry family members. We feed them, play with them, cuddle with them and so much more to ensure they have great lives. However, pets and your HVAC system cannot exist harmoniously without a little help from you. Check out our HVAC tips for pet owners to be sure you get the most out of your heating and cooling system while keeping your pets safe and happy. Read More
Do you want more money in your pocket this summer? Don’t get stuck with an AC that blows your money away. While the summer heats up, keep your utility costs as low as possible with our energy saving tips. You’ll stay cool and comfortable, and will have more money to spend on the summer activities that matter most. Read More
We all know that we are currently smack dab in the middle of the era of technology. As society becomes more and more advanced, so do our homes. You can now buy a vacuum that cleans your floors with a touch of a button. You can use your smartphone to ensure your home is secure, even locking and unlocking doors whenever needed. While your home gets smarter and smarter, what does that mean for your Trane heating and cooling system? Read More
Brace yourselves, because we’re about to get dirty.
Your Trane HVAC system heats and cools your home for you, so you don’t have to think about it—which is great. You wouldn’t want to expend a ton of mental energy every time you change the temperature of your home. However, because your Trane HVAC system doesn’t live in the forefront of your mind unless it breaks, you’re probably not cleaning it as often as you should. Many people are suffering from dirty air ducts. Don’t be that person. Read More
There is more to your indoor air than meets the eye. Even though you probably just did some spring cleaning on your windows, walls and carpets, don’t forget to address one of the most important areas within your home—your air.
Many allergy symptom triggers lurk in your home, but often go unnoticed. Microscopic particles such as dust, smoke, pet dander, lint and pollen can litter your air and cause a flare up of your allergies or asthma. Even though you can’t see these particles, they can take a serious toll on your health. Read More