Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heater’

Oh, Dear: Another Winter Heating Replacement

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

furnaceThere is never a good time to discover that you need to replace your heater. Even we will admit that it is not the most exciting way in which to spend your hard-earned money. Plus, because it is so hot around here for so much of the year, needing to make the investment can sting a little extra. That being said, you will need to replace your heater eventually. Even if our winters are mild compared to those in the Northeast or the Midwest, they do take their toll.

You’ve no doubt been running your heater here and there lately. Did it suddenly break down on you entirely? Will it not start up at all? Those are pretty clearcut situations in which you’ll need to replace your home heating system. What about those situations in which you’re just unhappy with your heater’s performance, though? Or when it needs yet another repair? The right course of action is not always obvious, which is why we’ve got this post for you today.

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How Do Heat Pumps Heat?

Monday, November 5th, 2018

money-chimneyThe word “heater” means different things to different people. Yes, you’re always talking about a system that is used to warm someone’s home up in the winter season. There are a lot of different kinds of heaters out there, though. They also heat homes in a lot of different ways. The heat pump is certainly one of the most unique heating systems out there, and it is also one of the most beneficial. If you’re not familiar with heat pumps, this is the post for you!

If you’re curious as to what makes the heat pump so unique, here’s a little tease. The heat pump does more than just heat your home. It can also:

  1. Make you breakfast.
  2. Drive the kids to school.
  3. Cool your home.

Wondering which is the correct answer? Well then, you’ll have to keep reading!

Okay, it’s 3. Cool your home. But keep reading anyway.

We have a lot of good information to share with you, and you may decide that a heat pump is just what you’ve been looking for.

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Yes, It Is Time to Tune Up That Heater!

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

hello-winterWhether you are looking forward to cooler temperatures or you dread having to turn your heater on when winter arrives, the fact remains that cooler weather is headed our way. If you are serious about living comfortably in your home throughout the winter season, you need to have a great heating system in place. Just investing in a great heater, unfortunately, is not necessarily going to be enough to ensure that this is the case. Heating maintenance is also required.

You know what else is required? That a professional heating technician handles your heating services in Flora Vista, NM. This includes your heating maintenance. The fact that you can find a general maintenance checklist online does not mean that you are qualified to thoroughly complete the steps actually needed for a full heating tune-up. Leave the service in our hands and start enjoying the great performance that you deserve from your home heating system. You’ll enjoy the winter much more.

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Don’t Put Off Heater Service

Monday, February 26th, 2018

couple-coffee-floorSo far, your heating system has usually performed just as you needed it to for the short winter seasons we have in New Mexico. When you start to notice it’s not functioning quite as usual, though, you may not think it’s a serious problem. Service can wait until you’re ready to pay the price, you might think, but we feel this is unwise.

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Common Heat Pump Repairs in Winter

Monday, January 15th, 2018

cold-man-thermostat-handsA heat pump system is a single system that provides both heating and cooling. It’s convenient, but it means you use it quite a bit. At any time of year, problems can come up with a heat pump. But homeowners in our area are often more surprised when issues come up in the winter.

We tend to use our air conditioners for longer than we use our heaters in this part of the country. But if you have a heat pump, it doesn’t matter which setting you use the most often—problems are bound to come up at some point. Cold weather can take a toll on the heat pump, but so can general wear and tear! Here are some of the most common problems we come across.

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