There’s not much you can know about your heating system until the weather gets cold and you start to use it—unless you call in quality heating technicians now to take a look. Heating technicians offer maintenance services that help to identify issues early and that may even help to prevent system breakdowns.
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for August, 2016
The heating season may seem far off, but soon enough you’ll have a cold day when you need to run your heater. And while modern heaters come with a lot of safety features that help to protect you and your home, there are some dangers present with any gas heating system. Even other types of gas appliances can be risky.
We enjoyed another year at the county fair!
Each year we get to catch up with old friends and meet new ones! We really enjoyed the auction at the Fair Sale, eating at Hot Spot Concessions (seriously the best!), enjoying Tropical Sno sno-cones, winning a blanket from US Eagle Credit Union, hanging out with Baxter from Family First Chiropractic, and most of all giving our BBQ grill away!
Summer is a time for fun and relaxation, but when your cooling costs are out of control, it might be tough to relax. We don’t want you to feel like you need to shut down your air conditioner just to save a few bucks. Follow our advice to save some money without giving up your comfort.
You may know that there is a replaceable filter in your air conditioner (if you have a refrigerant based whole-home system) but you might be unsure of why you need to replace it. This is common among customers we talk to. Many assume it primarily has to do with the air quality. And while changing the filter can have an impact on the number of allergens in the air, there are a few more reasons we always recommend changing it once a month—no matter how good your air quality is.
Swamp coolers, also called evaporative coolers, have long been a popular choice for AC systems in homes in New Mexico.
In our area, the dry climate means that, for most of the year, water can evaporate into the air with ease. And that’s how your swamp cooler works—evaporation. Air blows over a damp pad, and warm dry air becomes cool moist air as the water evaporates into the air.