Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for December, 2015

Saving Money on Cooling and Heating: Your 2016 Resolution

Monday, December 28th, 2015

It’s easy to let your new year’s resolutions fall by the wayside when your goals are not easy to achieve. It can be tough to cut sugar out of your diet or to fit in some exercise each day. But saving money on heating and cooling costs is a resolution most homeowners can uphold, as long as they know what to do. We want to offer some advice all homeowners can benefit from in order to reduce heating and cooling costs, which likely take up the largest portion of your utilities.

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Our HVAC Holiday Gift Idea: A Wi-Fi Thermostat for Your Loved Ones!

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Happy holidays from the local technicians at Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.! We know that most people wouldn’t pick up the phone to call a heating contractor when searching for the perfect holiday gift. But if you’re looking for something for the homeowner who seems to have it all, we might have a fantastic gift idea. Take a look at just some of the benefits a Wi-Fi thermostat has to offer, and be sure to schedule installation with a local professional!

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3 Common Questions about High-Efficiency Furnaces

Monday, December 14th, 2015

We recommend high-efficiency furnaces to homeowners looking for long-term energy savings and better performance from their heating systems. But many people in our area have valid questions about the performance these systems, especially considering the higher initial cost. We’ve answered a few of them here, but you should always feel free to call our team with any additional questions you may have.

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Faulty Furnace? What You Should Know before Calling a Technician

Monday, December 7th, 2015

A broken furnace is a frustrating occurrence, and you want to get it repaired as soon as you possibly can. However, attempting to fix a furnace on your own can result in even more problems that you started with. You should leave the major repairs to a qualified technician, but we do recommend that you check the following before you call. 

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