4 Ways To Minimize Food Waste While Having Your Restaurant’s Freezer Fixed

When your restaurant's freezer malfunctions, eliminating food waste can be a big challenge depending on how long it takes to get the freezer up and running again. Whether it takes hours or days to get the freezer fixed, it's a good idea to have a game plan in place that can be used to minimize food waste, as well as profit losses, while waiting for commercial freezer repairs to be completed. Read More 

How To Tape Your Ducts For Better HVAC Airflow

Your HVAC system has a lot of working parts. This means that there are many potential fail points and elements that need constant servicing. Most of the complicated elements in a central HVAC system need to be serviced and repaired by a professional central heating service like Lakeside Heating & Air Conditioning . However, there are many DIY service jobs that you can do to ensure that your system is running at its maximum efficiency. Read More 

Troubleshooting An AC Unit That Blows Hot Air

An AC unit is a critical piece of equipment when you are trying to keep your family warm and safe through the summer, so what do you do when your AC unit starts to blow hot air? You might think that you have no choice but to call an AC technician, but there are some things that you can do on your own.  Check Your Evaporator Coils Your AC unit will have two sets of coils—one located outside your house, and one located inside your house. Read More 

Is A House Fan The Right Choice For Your Home?

A central air system uses a lot of electricity to power two different fan motors as well as a compressor. Furthermore, depending on the climate around your home, running an AC system through the night might be more than is necessary to keep your home cool. In order to save money on your cooling costs, you should consider installing a house fan. What Is A House Fan?  A house fan in not the same thing as a ceiling fan. Read More 

The Benefits Of A Mini-Split Heat Pump

If you live in the northern half of the USA, then cooling is likely not one of your main concerns. In fact, a basement or rooms on the north side of your home likely don't need much cooling at all. Thus, using a central-air cooling system to push cool air to every room in your home will waste electricity. If you need some cooling, but you want to make sure that you cool your home as efficiently as possible, you should consider installing a mini-split heat pump. Read More