Why Pre-Winter Heating Unit Maintenance is Important

8/31/17 10:45 AM Chris Long

Pre-Winter heating unit maintenance is important.

The official start of winter is December 21, but waiting until then to perform heating unit maintenance at your home is like putting off a big school project until the night before it’s due.

Just like starting that school project early increases your chances of getting a good grade, doing maintenance on your system ensures that it will keep you warm when wintry weather arrives.

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How Does a Furnace Humidifier Work? And What are the Benefits?

8/24/17 10:45 AM Chris Long

A furnace humidifier will protect your children from shocks from the carpet during the winter as well as protect their sinuses.

Winter can be a pretty dry time, as anyone who stocks up on tissues with lotion can tell you.

When the weather gets cold, the relative humidity levels in your home can sink to just 15 percent.

A good humidity level is between 30 and 50 percent. Anything over 50, and your home becomes susceptible to mold, bacteria, dust mites and other pests.  

And when the humidity level gets too low, things can quickly become uncomfortable in your home. You get shocked by static electricity every time you unfold a blanket, your lips are chapped, and things just feel colder.

This is where a furnace humidifier can help.

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What is a Geothermal Heat Pump?

8/10/17 9:34 AM Chris Long

Looking to save money on Energy Bills? Consider a geothermal heat pump

A geothermal heat pump can help chop some money off your energy bill, while also helping the environment. 

But as with any major home modification, making the switch to this type of heating isn’t something you should tackle without first educating yourself.

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Tips for Buying a High-Efficiency Furnace

8/8/17 11:30 AM Chris Long

A new furnace is much more efficient than they used to be.Are you considering buying a new furnace? Don’t wait until your existing one falls apart to start shopping for a new one.

Even if your older furnace is still functioning, it’s likely to be extremely inefficient when it comes to converting energy to heat, which may prompt you to buy a new furnace sooner than you thought.

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What’s the Difference Between a Heat Pump and a Furnace?

8/3/17 11:30 AM Chris Long

Cold weather is coming fast, is it time to replace your furnace or heat pump?

There’s still quite a few weeks of warm weather left, but it’s not too early to think about how you’ll be heating your home this winter.

Maybe you’re thinking about switching from a heat pump to a furnace, or vice versa. In this week’s blog post, we’ll look at the difference between the two systems.

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HVAC System Tips for New Homeowners

7/31/17 8:53 AM Chris Long

As a new home owner check that all your major home systems are working properly such as you HVAC system.

Are you a new homeowner? If so, congratulations. It’s a big step, and one that brings with it a mix of joys and responsibilities.

Take your HVAC system. There’s the joy of having a reliable method of staying cool in the summer and warm in the winter, and the responsibility of making sure that it functions properly.

That’s why it’s important to educate yourself on your heating and cooling system, allowing you to perform small, preventative maintenance and recognize when more serious repairs are needed.

If you’re the owner of a new home, here are a few HVAC system tips.

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What Are Heat Pumps and How Are They Used?

7/27/17 9:16 AM Chris Long

American Standard HVAC units are a top quality choice sold through All Seasons Comfort control.

Are you looking for an energy-efficient alternative to your furnace and air conditioners? Many homeowners are turning to heat pumps.

These devices use electricity to move heat from a cool space to a warm space, which makes the cool space cooler and the warm space warmer. It's the same principle the powers your refrigerator.

Heat pumps come in two main varieties: air-to-air and geothermal. In this blog post, we'll look these heat pumps and their advantages.

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Should You Repair or Replace an Existing Furnace?

7/13/17 2:02 PM Chris Long

Is it worth repairing your exisitng furnace or should you replace it?

Your furnace may be firing on all cylinders now, but there may come a day when it won’t be. And on that day, you’ll be faced with an important question: Do I repair, or replace?

It’s not a question that has a simple answer. Consider these factors when deciding to repair or replace an existing furnace.

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