Climate Masters Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Hastings’

Indications That You Need a New Furnace

Monday, December 11th, 2017

gas-furnaceOkay, sure, you probably aren’t going to end up as an icicle without a functioning furnace this winter. Still, what’s the point of even having a heating system in your home if it doesn’t work properly? Typically, you can get by just fine by scheduling preventive maintenance for your heating system before the weather gets too cold. All heating systems have an expiration date, though. If your furnace is at the end of its proverbial rope, it’s better that you replace it now than to wait for the winter to get colder. Not sure whether or not your furnace could do with being replaced? Have a look at the signs below to help you decide.

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How to Determine if You Need a New Air Conditioner

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

air-conditionerThe weather may be cooling off ever so slightly, but you’re probably still not going to have to use your heater any time soon. It’s important that you keep a close watch on your air conditioner for as long as you’re using it, to make sure that it’s still up to the task of keeping your home cool for the foreseeable future. If not, it’s a good idea to replace it now rather than wait for it to break down entirely. There are a number of symptoms that may indicate that it’s time for a new air conditioner, some of which are listed below.

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Which Cooling System is Right for Me?

Monday, September 18th, 2017

ductlessHaving a problem with your current cooling system? Air conditioner decide to break down on you in the middle of a heat wave? Summer is just about the worst time to have your cooling system break down on you. It’s also the time of year when it’s most likely to happen. The good news is that if you do have to replace your cooling system this summer, there are a lot of different options to choose from. Let’s go over a few of the options you have available to you, and their different advantages.

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Keep Your Heat Pump in Good Condition with Bi-Annual Maintenance

Monday, July 10th, 2017

heat-pump-maintenanceSummer is here, and you’re probably using your heat pump quite a bit more often than you normally do. More use means more strain on the system, which means a higher chance of problems developing. If you want to keep your heat pump in good shape throughout the summer, and cut down on your operating costs significantly, it’s a good idea to schedule maintenance for the system. This applies even if you have had your heat pump professionally checked in the last year.

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Why Your Air Conditioner Isn’t Cooling Properly

Monday, April 17th, 2017

thermometerIf your air conditioner is not cooling your home, especially right now, you need to have it fixed as soon as possible. After all, what good is an air conditioner that doesn’t do the one thing it was designed to do? There are a lot of possible reasons why your air conditioner might not be properly cooling your home, practically all of which are going to require professional repairs to be fixed. Still, it’s never a bad thing to know a bit about what can cause problems with your AC. With that in mind, have a look at some of the most common reasons that your air conditioner might not be cooling properly.

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Common Air Conditioning Problems to Watch For

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

It may seem warm now, but summer is still on the horizon. The days are going to continue heating up for a while, which means you’re going to be using your air conditioning system much more often. All that added use is going to put more strain on the system, which means problems are going to be much more likely to occur over the course of the summer. Part of making sure that your air conditioner stays in good shape is catching problems as early as possible. The best way to do that is to make sure that you know the warning signs that the various problems give off. Let’s have a look at some of the most common problems that can afflict air conditioners, and the warning signs they give off.

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The 2 Major Things You can do to Save Money on Heating This Winter

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Most people don’t spend a whole lot of time sitting around and thinking about their heating systems, even during the winter. You’re probably the same way. You’ve got bills, and taxes, and a million other things that are much higher on your priority list than optimizing your heating situation. Still, you’d be surprised at how much money you can save every month by just taking a couple of simple steps. Let’s take a look at 2 major things that you can do to save money on your heating bills during the winter.

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Signs You Need Furnace Repair

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Stress increases on furnaces during the winter, as people rely on them for longer and longer periods of time in order to keep warm. More stress means more wear on the system, which means more chances for something to break down. If you’re using a furnace this winter, you’re going to want to keep an eye out for the signs that your system is in trouble. Read on to familiarize yourself with some of those signs.

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Watch Out for These Ductless Problems

Monday, November 7th, 2016

Winter is almost here, which means you’re going to be relying on your ductless system to keep warm more often. More use generates more wear and tear on the system, so it’s important that you keep an eye out for any problems that may develop. Let’s take a look at some of the more common problems that can afflict ductless systems during the winter.

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Don’t Forget to Schedule Furnace Maintenance Before Heating Season Starts

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

We have a few weeks left until heating season truly starts, but you need to start thinking about it now. You especially need to schedule preventive furnace maintenance before you start using the system in earnest. Preventive maintenance is one of the best ways to make sure that your furnace is ready for the heating season. Read on to find out how.

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