1. How to Combat Spring Allergies Early

    The official beginning of spring is just a day away. Some people are excited and others are not. For some people, spring means flowers, showers, and tweeting birds. For other people, spring means itchy eyes, running noses, and endless sneezes. At James Brown Air Conditioning and Heating, we are all about air, and we have a full understanding of what can make spring air great and what can make the …Read More

  2. Questions to Ask a Prospective HVAC Company

    Your heating and air conditioning system plays an integral role in your health, comfort, and overall well being. Because HVAC systems are designed to last for a long time, you may have a brand new system or a system that's 15 years old. Either way, HVAC systems generally work so well, they tend to be out-of-sight-out-of-mind for us, quietly managing the temperatures of our living and working space…Read More

  3. Easy Steps to Finding a Great HVAC Specialist

    Finding a good HVAC company is paramount. Without knowledgeable technicians working on your system, you can end up with persistent problems. They may even get worse. In today's blog, we want to share five preliminary steps to take before hiring an HVAC team. Easy Steps to Finding a Great HVAC Specialist Check Those Credentials A company dedicated to doing things right the first time will have all …Read More

  4. Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

      When it comes to the air we breathe at work or at home, we don't really notice it unless it is too hot, too cold, too humid, or funny-smelling. We actually miss a lot, and this can be dangerous to our health. Our indoor air is full of tiny particles we never see as we breathe them into our bodies, and these little particles can have a big impact on our health. The good news is, modern HVAC sys…Read More

  5. The Actual Importance of Annual HVAC Maintenance

    Do you have your HVAC system maintained annually? If the answer is "no," you aren't alone. A lot of people save calling the HVAC specialist until their systems break down. After all, if it ain't broke, don't fix it — right? Unfortunately, when it comes to systems that function 24/7 all year long, emergency maintenance just isn't a wise strategy. Your HVAC system heats your home in winter and coo…Read More

  6. Signs Your Thermostat is Malfunctioning

    Our HVAC systems keep our homes comfortable and healthy all year long. If we lived in a different time, we would have to take action every time we wanted our homes to be warmer or cooler. However, because HVAC systems have thermostats, we can just keep doing whatever we're doing and the system will regulate the temperature by itself. It is truly a convenient technology. Any technology is great whe…Read More

  7. What Your Furnace Is Trying to Tell You

    Your furnace does more than just keep you warm and comfortable during the cooler months. It also ensures that your pipes don't freeze and burst, causing expensive water damage. It keeps your home's interior and foundation warm, preventing cracks and other issues. Ensuring that your thermostat and furnace are both working well this winter is very important, and we are here to help. In our last blog…Read More

  8. What Does That Furnace Noise Mean?

    If you grew up with a furnace, you probably like the clicking sound of it turning on, the rumble of its running, and the rush of warm air through the vents. These are all sounds of cooler weather, and they can be very comforting. However, if you live in a home with a furnace now, when you start to hear different sounds, you suddenly have to wonder if something is wrong. Your furnace can become a s…Read More

  9. Do You Need a New Boiler?

    When the weather turns cool, there is nothing better than being able to turn on your heating system and make a drafty home into a cozy, snug one. Homes in the United States are usually heated by either furnaces or boilers. Furnaces use fire to heat; boilers use heated water. Both are effective, but in today's blog, we are talking to the owners of residential boilers. Nobody likes turning on their …Read More

  10. Is Your Boiler Ready for Winter?

    Cool weather has arrived, and it will only get cooler as we go. You need your heating system to be up-to-snuff. Chances are good you have a furnace or a boiler, and in today's blog, we're going to talk to the owners of boilers. Half of the energy in your home goes to heating and cooling, so it's to your advantage to make your systems as efficient as possible. That doesn't always mean investing in …Read More