At Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., we are committed to educating the community about energy efficiency. Today, we’ve put together a short guide to energy-efficient furnaces in order to show you how this can save you money in heating costs and make you a lot more comfortable in colder weather.
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for November, 2015
Upgrade to a High-Efficiency Furnace Today!Monday, November 30th, 2015
The Furnace Comes On After I Set My Thermostat: Is This a Problem?Monday, November 23rd, 2015
Homeowners with gas furnaces want to see that the unit is always working properly, and understandably so. A problem with a gas furnace is not only an inconvenience—it could also indicate a safety issue. If you set the thermostat, but don’t hear the familiar sounds of the furnace right away, you may be concerned about the condition of your unit or your thermostat.
Coats For A Cause — Webelos Coat DriveTuesday, November 17th, 2015
Webelos Coat Drive — November 12th-22nd
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning is helping the Webelos Troop with completing the requirements for their “Recycling” merit badge.
We choose, in the spirit of the holiday season, to collect and donate gently used coats or new coats for people in need.
If you have a coat (or coats!) that you would like to donate, please call us at 505-564-2746 or drop off at:
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning
1001 Farmington Avenue
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3 Tips for Better Indoor Air Quality This WinterMonday, November 16th, 2015
In the winter, we shut all the doors and windows so that our heaters continue to operate as designed without using up a lot of energy. But this means that contaminants can continuously cycle through our heating systems. Stay healthy with a few indoor air quality tips from our specialists!
The Benefits of Replacing an Older FurnaceMonday, November 9th, 2015
It’s tough to admit when it’s time to let go of some of your older possessions. Sometimes, you don’t want to give up an item for reasons of sentimental value, like a baby blanket or a handmade greeting card. But sometimes, it’s a matter of time and money. Many people do not consider letting go of older furnaces until they finally fail for good. But we think it’s a good idea to replace an aged furnace well before it runs out of juice.
Don’t Forget to Change Your Air Filter!Monday, November 2nd, 2015
When a heating system stops working the way it is supposed to, you might suspect a major problem with the mechanical components of the unit. But what if the issue is actually something so small that you could have prevented it on your own? The air filter in your HVAC system has more of an effect on your home comfort than you might think. Contrary to popular belief, its purpose is not only to clean your air. It also helps to protect your heating system from damage.