May 25th, 2020
If you’re online doing a little research about air conditioners, then the chances are that you’re probably in the market for a new unit. Most of the time, homeowners know about central air conditioners and maybe ductless units, but the rest is sort of a mystery. That’s why we want to bring one of our favorite options—the inverter air conditioner—to the limelight today.
We love inverter air conditioners for a bevy of reasons that we’ll get into below. For now, we just want you to know that we’re the professionals that you should rely on when you want great AC work. We specialize in air conditioning in Des Moines, IA. We’ve worked here for a decade now and understand what it takes to keep homeowners like you cool. Call us today.
January 18th, 2021
You wouldn’t exactly want to spend extra time in a home that is too cold. Likewise, you wouldn’t want to hang out in a house that is overly dusty or that sent your respiratory issues into overdrive. This is just one way to say that your indoor air quality is just as important to your comfort as the temperature of the air.
If you’ve noticed that the air in your home is a little dirtier than it was before, you may need help handling your indoor air quality. We want to do everything possible to ensure your comfort; that’s why you can come to us for help with your indoor air quality systems in Des Moines.
January 4th, 2021
You know that something is up with your heating system. The question is, what exactly is wrong and how should you handle it? You have two main options in this situation: schedule a heater repair or a heating system replacement. These are obviously pretty different solutions to heating troubles so it is important to figure out which one is the one you need.
We can help. We’ve provided a guide here to help you determine whether you need repairs or a replacement so you know what you are calling us for. We are here when you need us.
December 21st, 2020
It can feel like we are on a roller coaster lately with how things are changing in regards to stay-at-home orders and other restrictions. Truthfully, it is easier to stay home a majority of the time and call it a day. This when you need your home comfort to be at its best.
If your heating system isn’t in good condition, you are likely going to find that staying warm is tougher than you thought. If you’ve been up-to-date on your maintenance and repairs, you might be confused too–why is your furnace acting up? It may be because you need a furnace replacement in Des Moines, IA.
December 7th, 2020
That’s it! You are done doing battle with the cold weather using only layers and some space heaters. It is time to make that final jump to install a heating system that will keep your home warm. You’ve heard of boilers and you think that this system may be a good option for you. Before you jump in though, make sure to consider everything you need to know about these systems.
Boiler heater installation in Des Moines is no small task so if you want to choose this system you should be going into the situation fully informed. We’ve provided several key points you should know about boilers here so you can know with confidence if this is the right heater for you.
November 23rd, 2020
What is one thing you’d likely not want to be without during the colder months of the year? Your water heater of course! If you are looking to invest in a new water heating system for your home, it is a good idea to learn a bit more about what your system options are.
One water heating system that you may want to know about is the tankless water heater. These are great options for modern homes and can be ideal for anyone looking for both comfort and increased efficiency. If you haven’t taken the time to learn about tankless water heaters, we want to give you some key facts that you should know.
November 9th, 2020
Temperatures are dropping and there is nothing so great at the end of the day to relax you like a nice warm shower. There is also nothing so unpleasant as discovering the water in your shower going icy cold halfway through your experience. If you’ve been through this experience before, you know how unpleasant it can be; if you haven’t, trust us, you want to avoid it.
An icy shower is usually going to be an indicator that something is seriously wrong with your water heater. It may mean that you need to schedule a water heater replacement in Des Moines, IA. When you need help with selecting and replacing your water heater, you can turn to the team at Modern Heating And Air Conditioning.
October 26th, 2020
Chilly, overcast days like the ones we’re getting can make things a little spookier than they used to be if only because Halloween is right around the corner. Do you know what is scarier than a house that is emitting strange noises? Poor home comfort is a spookier situation, at least to us.
What’s more, those strange noises are likely to be caused by a heater that isn’t working quite right. Don’t be like a horror movie victim who ignores the warning signs of trouble–instead, reach out for heating services to address those odd noises and save your home comfort.
October 12th, 2020
The temperatures around here may not have been exactly chilly lately but the thermostat is definitely on a downward trend. And you know what that means! That’s right…decorating for fall and Halloween, breaking out the blankets, dusting off the bonfire pit out back, and getting out your “Best Hot Drinks To Enjoy” list.
Oh and it also means that it is the perfect time to schedule heater maintenance in Johnston, IA. That’s right, the fall season isn’t just about decorations, warm drinks, and dressing up. It is also about ensuring that you can be as cozy as possible. To do that, you will need to make sure that your heater is in good condition to keep your home comfortable.
September 29th, 2020
As the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has spread across the world, there has been a lot to learn about its pathology. This has led to plenty of misinformation being spread around too. We want to make sure that we address any falsities that might impact our customers, such as the idea that your air conditioner can be a source for the COVID virus to grow and spread.
September 28th, 2020
While our days may still be pretty warm, no one can deny that our nighttime temperatures are starting to take a dip. We can (mostly) all agree that comfy pajamas are a great way to keep warm and an even better way to keep your home comfortable is to make sure that your furnace is ready to provide the heat you need.
When a furnace has been turned off for the cooling season, turning it back on is going to be the first step you have to take to get that heating power. But turning on your furnace needs to be done carefully. Here are some tips on how to go about turning on your furnace properly so you can enjoy nights that are warm and safe.