It’s summer and your air conditioner suddenly breaks down. What do you do? If you don’t act fast, you’re going to be stuck in a sticky home and that’s far from enjoyable. Fortunately, there are many ways to repair your heating or air conditioner and PowerHouse wants to provide you with all of the necessary tips and tricks. Please follow our HVAC repair blog and learn more about repairs, replacements, and other maintenance tips to make sure that your system is working properly. We’ll regularly update it with the latest tips and tricks meant to help you and your home out.

  1. How to Save Money On Your Heating Bill

    If you live anywhere near Blair or Omaha, Nebraska, you don’t really need us to tell you that the cold months have started. Indeed, the cold weather hasn’t been slacking off here, and we’ve enjoyed as many freezing morning drives to work that you have. While there are things to appreciate abou…Read More

  2. How People Stayed Warm Before Heaters

    With the cold season closing in on us here in Nebraska, it’s time to take inventory of our heating systems. It’s important to make sure your furnace is in functioning order, otherwise you may just turn into a popsicle during the night. In this part of the season, we get countless calls for furna…Read More

  3. How to Prepare Your HVAC System for Fall

    Fall, in many regions, is a weird transitional phase between the more extreme seasons where you get a little bit of everything. This is certainly true in Omaha and the surrounding regions in Nebraska, where we still have hot days in autumn, while feeling the cold chill in the air grow ever stronger.…Read More

  4. How to Keep Yourself Cool With a Broken Air Conditioner

    At Powerhouse Heating and Air Conditioning, we are emphatic about the need for preventative maintenance on your air conditioning system. There are plenty of reasons why a broken air conditioner is a recipe for discomfort and happiness, from mild annoyance to legitimate danger. That’s why we work t…Read More

  5. How to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

    At Powerhouse Heating and Air Conditioning, we have made it our life’s work to provide the people of Blair and Omaha with high-quality HVAC systems, and conducting maintenance and repairs as necessary to make sure they’re performing at top shape. HVAC systems, of course, circulate the air all ov…Read More

  6. The Dangers of Living in a Hot House

    In our last blog post, we covered the reasons why it can be dangerous to live in a cold house. However, when you have a broken heating and air system, it’s not just cold houses you have to worry about — living in an excessively hot home can be just as harmful. Omaha homes can be pretty toasty in…Read More

  7. The Dangers of Living in a Cold House

    When it comes to all of the wonderful luxuries we have in our modern homes, the HVAC system is something that is far too often taken for granted. The temperature of our living space has significant effects on our well-being, both from a physical and psychological point of view. Heating and air machi…Read More

  8. What Every Homeowner Needs to Know About Their HVAC

    When you become a homeowner, there is an abundant amount of things that you need to be made aware of. It’s not like renting an apartment, where holes in the wall and problems with your appliances are just a phone call away from repair. If you have a problem with your home, it’s your problem and …Read More

  9. Signs That Your Furnace Needs to be Repaired or Replaced: Part 2

    Welcome back to our blog series about furnace repair and replacement! In Part One, we discussed red flags that your heater might be giving that indicates a need for repair. Unfortunately, sometimes your furnace is too far gone, and you might just need to replace it entirely. Here are some things to …Read More

  10. Signs That Your Furnace Needs to be Repaired or Replaced: Part 1

    If you keep up with pop-culture, you might recognize the words “Winter is coming.” This line, popularized by the tv show Game of Thrones, is an infamous omen of things to come, a harsh winter that will be brutal and difficult to endure. Fortunately, unlike the folks in that show, we’re lucky e…Read More