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

Why Choose a Pro For Your Heater Installation?

Monday, January 10th, 2022

In the thick of winter isn’t usually when you want to be thinking about getting a new heater in your home. In some cases, it is inevitable. The key thing is that you need a heater in your home. So now is a good time to schedule your heater installation in Farmington with an industry professional.

Were you about to look up a DIY video to see if you could just buy a heater and put it in place yourself? If so, we’d suggest against this. DIY or amateur attempts will never be able to provide the quality of service your heater needs. What’s more, it can end up damaging your heater in the long run.

Your best bet is to call in the pros for your heater installation. Here’s why.

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3 Possible Heater Repair Needs

Monday, November 4th, 2019

cold-man-no-heatOur state isn’t exactly know for having fall or winter seasons with record-setting cold temperatures. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t get pretty darn cold. And when the temperatures do drop, the most important thing to have in your home is a working heater.

But what if you wake up one morning and you go to turn on your heater…and it never starts up? It is never fun to be the person standing in the hallway and shivering while you try to remember when the last time was that you saw your friendly local heating technician from Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.

A heater that isn’t working, or even is just barely working, is likely in need of some form or repairs. Not sure what repairs your heating system may need? Not to worry because we can give you some insight on how to tell what may be causing your spine-chilling issue.

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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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Picking Out the Right Heater for Your Home

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

warmth-woman-coffeeChoosing a new television requires you to discuss your needs with the entire family, evaluate your budget, and ultimately find a system with the clarity and definition you prefer. Selecting a new car means carefully reviewing the options, thinking about color preferences and special features, and choosing a style and brand you love that fits your budget. But purchasing a standard home appliance, like a heating system, works a bit differently.

Buying a heating system or an air conditioner is what’s known as a distress purchase. That means it is a purchase typically made out of necessity and often due to an emergency, which means many people don’t take the time to select a system they really love. We think it’s time for that to change.

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What’s the Difference between a Heat Pump and Other Heating Systems?

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Thermostat DialA heat pump can keep you just as comfortable as other heating systems, but there are some major ways a heat pump’s operation differs. A gas furnace is the most popular heating system in the US, but a heat pump bears little resemblance to these systems aside from its use of a blower fan and the ducts and vents in your home.

Heat pumps actually look a lot like an air conditioner, and you’ll learn more about why this is in the guide below. As it turns out, heat pumps are cooling and heating systems—and highly efficient ones too.

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Why Today’s Furnaces Are More Efficient than Ever Before

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

After our customers run their new furnaces, they are often surprised at how efficient they truly are. Today’s high-efficiency furnaces are better than they’ve ever been before, thanks to some of the new technology that has been integrated into more advanced models.

If you’re in the market for a new furnace, check for some of the terms below in the description of your furnace. Read about the new technologies that make today’s furnaces so energy- and fuel-efficient and call our team for more information about the furnaces we install and service.

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Upgrade to a High-Efficiency Furnace Today!

Monday, November 30th, 2015

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.

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What Is a Modulating Furnace?

Monday, September 21st, 2015

Your furnace doesn’t run nonstop (unless there is something wrong with it). Instead, it switches on when the temperature in your home drops too low and then shuts off once it is within an acceptable temperature range. However, when it shuts off, you might find that parts of the room still don’t feel warm enough for comfort. Until the system cycles on again, you may struggle to keep warm.

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Benefits of a Zone Control System for Your New Heating Installation

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

Central forced air heating is convenient in many ways. However, it has its own share of issues. Relying on only one thermostat is very inefficient, as it can only sense temperature changes in one small area of the house. Central heating also lacks any sort of control over how much heat it supplies to each area of the house. The heater turns on, stays on until the thermostat is satisfied, then turns off. There is no consideration for other areas of the house that may not have warmed up enough yet, or are perhaps too warm for some reason. Luckily, zone control systems solve for all of those problems. Let’s take a look at the benefits of installing zone control in your new heating system.

What is Zone Control?

A zone control system consists of a series of large valves, called “dampers” that are installed in the ductwork. One damper is installed for each room, and a separate thermostat is hooked up to each damper. This means that each room has its own thermostat. When the thermostat in the room needs heat, it opens the damper and activates the central heating system.

What are the Benefits?

The main benefit of zone control heating is that it restricts the heating system to areas that need it. If the master bedroom is warm, but the living room is freezing, a zone control system will ensure that only the living room receives heat. This evens out the climate across the house, which isn’t really possible when relying on one thermostat.

Zone control systems also save money. By restricting the airflow to certain sections of the house, the zone control system lessens the time that the heater has to stay on. After all, it’s a whole lot easier to heat one or two rooms than it is to heat the entire house all the time. In this way, a zone control system can make your house both more comfortable and cheaper to heat.

If you’re interested in installing a zone control system, call Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. to schedule an appointment with us. We provide quality heating installation in the Farmington, NM area.

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