You turn on your heating system this season only to realize that it is not performing as well as it did last year. But since your home is a bit warmer, you decide it might be okay if you wait to schedule repairs. However, as any technician will warn you, this is a very risky practice. As you can guess, large heating systems don’t just fix themselves, and you may end up with some larger problems on your hands.
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for October, 2015
We know Halloween is right around the corner, but the cobwebs in your heating system have got to go. Your furnace needs attention each year in order to perform at its best, most efficient state. When you call a local heating technician to maintain your furnace, you may notice that your system performs even better than it did at the end of the previous season, and regular tune-ups can actually increase the lifespan of the unit!
Hail can damage vehicles, windows, and skylights, wreaking havoc in your neighborhood and leaving you calling for the insurance companies and repair technicians to get the issue fixed right away. With all of the concern over your property, some damages may get overlooked. Has your air conditioning system taken on damage because of a hailstorm? Slow performance and external damage to the outdoor unit may indicate that it’s time to call in an HVAC (heating and air conditioning) technician. Take a look at some of the ways hail can damage your system, and call a technician if you notice internal or external issues with your unit.
You do everything you can to keep your family members safe and healthy. You try to make healthy choices at the grocery store and you visit the doctor for regular checkups. But there is little you can do to protect yourself and your family members from inhaling bacteria, viruses, and other pollutants—at least when you are outside of the home. Inside of the home, where you spend a majority of your time, you can install an air purifier system for health, wellness, and peace of mind. Could you benefit from a whole-home air purifier?