What’s the difference between a heat pump and a furnace? Our blog looks at how each system works and why one might be a better choice for your Houston home.
Ever think about what’s inside your ductwork? In this month’s blog, find out why a professional duct cleaning improves your family’s health and keeps your HVAC system running efficiently.
Nobody wants to face another deep freeze. Prepare now to keep your home and family safe and warm if the temperatures drop again to arctic levels.
As our fall nights grow cooler, homeowners may be tempted to sleep with their windows open. We take a look at why open windows may or may not be a good idea for you.
Your thermostat has an “on” and “auto” setting. Both have their advantages, including lower energy bills and whole-house comfort. Which one is best for your family?
Houston is known for its humid temperatures, but that doesn’t mean you can’t effectively reduce moisture in your home. With the help of these tips from Air Specialist A/C, Heating, Insulation & More, we’ll have your family comfortable at home in no time.
Sleep is important. Maybe the most important thing ever! But did you know that your HVAC system can affect the quality of your sleep?
Air filter, how important are they really? The short answer: VERY! It may seem like a hassle to change your HVAC filter every 30 days, but every time you change your filter, you’re doing yourself and your system a favor. Understanding how air filters work and what they do for you could take some of …
Regular maintenance is one of simplest and most efficient ways to extend the life of your heating and cooling system. Not having proper maintenance performed can leave you open to costly and avoidable breakdowns. To help address these issues, we offer several preventative maintenance agreements. More than just helping to avoid system failures, maintenance can …
Spending extra money on heating and cooling is not something anyone wants. The easiest solution is, if course, purchasing a high-efficiency HVAC system. A new system can greatly increase the efficiency of your home, thus reducing your heating and cooling costs. It isn’t the most practical solution for everyone, however. If your system is only a …