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

Do You Need a New Thermostat?

Monday, June 1st, 2020

person-adjusting-thermostatHave you ever gone to get your car fixed convinced that your vehicle is struggling with one issue only to find the source of the problem is completely different? This is common in the HVAC industry too! No, not because we can diagnose issues with your car but because we often see homeowners convinced something is wrong with their AC system when the problem is actually with their thermostat.

Your thermostat is the system that tells your air conditioner what to do. Without a working thermostat, your cooling system is going to end up with the wrong marching orders, or no orders at all. That is why we want you to know that we can help you figure out if the issue lies with your thermostat and choose the best course of action to get things back on track.

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Preparing Your HVAC System for Winter

Monday, October 7th, 2019

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If you live in Bloomfield, with the many geological and historical wonders to explore so close by, there is a chance you don’t spend much time indoors. With that said, when you do come home, you want to be able to relax and enjoy some comfortable evenings. This is hard to do if your house is too cold.

The air may not be chilly just yet but you know as well as we do that this will change. And when it does, you will want to make sure that your HVAC system is in good working order to keep you warm. The question is, what do you need to do to prepare your furnace heater for what is to come?

If you would like to know the best ways to get your heating system ready for winter, then read on. And when you decide to start the preparations, reach out to us to schedule a visit from an HVAC contractor in Bloomfield, NM.

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What All Commercial Property Owners Should Know about Air Conditioning

Monday, August 14th, 2017

commercial-hvac-rooftopMany little things around a commercial property must be done every day. There’s cleaning, operating machinery, and other tasks you can assign to members of your team or an on-site maintenance staff. It just seems more productive and cost-effective in most cases.

However, servicing commercial HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) equipment is unlike these other routine maintenance tasks. When work needs to be done on a rooftop unit or any other commercial HVAC system, we’ve got one important message for you:

Leave it to the pros!

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