Protecting Against Frozen Pipes

One of the many risks that cold weather presents for homeowners is frozen pipes. When water freezes in a pipe it expands and can exert pressure over 2,000 pounds per square inch. This pressure is enough to rupture most any pipe filled with water which provides no place for the ice to expand. When the. [Read more…]

How to Choose the Right HVAC System for Your House

Is it time for your home to get a new HVAC system? If so, choosing the right one is a big decision, and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Here are a few things to consider when looking at replacing your HVAC system. For more information about shopping for a new HVAC, visit our website and connect. [Read more…]

Home Energy Perfomance by Spencer Air Conditiong & Heating

Home Energy Performance helps to make sure your house is performing at peak efficiency, while providing your family with a comfortable home. For more information about Home Energy Performance, visit our website and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn!

Insulation Terms for Improved Home Performance

As important as insulation is to your home performance and the performance of your heating and air-conditioning system, many homeowners struggle with understanding insulation terms.  In fact, insulation is probably one of the least understand factors in the performance of your home.  Let’s face it, when was the last time you wandered around in your. [Read more…]

Hot Spots in My House | Home Performance

When it comes to home performance, many homeowners blame the heating and air conditioning system when they have a room that is hot in the summer and cold in the winter.  The poor HVAC system might have nothing to do with this problem, which might, in fact, be a duct issue, insulation problem, or construction. [Read more…]

Home Performance Overview by Spencer Air

A home performance overview is the best way to discover opportunities for improving the energy efficiency of your home and keeping your family comfortable, no matter what the weather may be outdoors.  More than 50 percent of your home energy costs are spent on heating and cooling, so if there are problems with the ductwork,. [Read more…]