Just as heating and cooling technology has changed over the years, so has the ductwork that delivers our heat and
HVAC is part of the construction industry. However, it’s important to understand how HVAC differs from other construction or home repair businesses.
There are so many different career paths for you to explore in the HVAC industry. Check out this week's blog to learn about some of
Continuous torque motors are much more efficient than the old PSC motors, and they help keep your home more comfortable!
Though winter is here and the cold air along with it, it is never too early to be thinking about summer! Now is a good time to start planning for air conditioning
When building a new home, many people don't think about the mechanical contractor that works on their HVAC system. If installed incorrectly, it can cause a lot of headaches and discomfort. Make sure to ask these
If you are planning on adding an addition onto your home or if you are already in the process, have you thought about how you're going to heat and cool that new space? Depending on the size of the addition and the layout of your current ductwork, you might need to consider upgrading your HVAC
Properly sized HVAC equipment is essential to the comfort in your home and efficiency of utility
Forquer Heating and Air Conditioning is a full-service HVAC provider in the Akron/ Canton
Forquer shares the importance of getting an HVAC consult before signing the lease for your new business. Depending on the type of business you're opening, you may need extra
Forquer recommends that if you are struggling to figure out what you want to do as a careers, that you consider the trades, including becoming and HVAC
When it comes to maintaining your home, people often forget about two unseen and often unheard appliances; your furnace and air conditioner. Besides it being important to maintain those pieces of equipment at least once a year, it is extremely important to change your filter at least once a month (depending on the type of filter or type of air cleaning equipment that is attached to your HVAC system). Most filter systems are located to the right or left of the furnace, attached to the return air trunk. The air in the return air trunk is pulled from various areas of the home down through the large trunk and passes through the filter just before entering back into the furnace. It is very important to know the type of filter you have in place in order to know how often it should be changed. On average, if you have a 1” thick filter, it should be changed once a month. It could need changed more if you have pets, or if there is something that creates more dust or dirt in the air. Keeping a good, clean filter in place has many benefits not only to your health, but to the health of your HVAC system. It is especially beneficial for people with bad allergies or asthma. From the perspective of the furnace or air conditioner, keeping a clean filter will keep dust, dirt, and hair out of the HVAC system, helping to prevent breakdowns that are caused solely by a dirty HVAC system. Remember, there are many different types and si