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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Getting Your HVAC System Ready for Spring

The latest in spring fashion being put on display in store windows signals that spring is arriving. While you may also be readying your spring getup and storing your winter outfits away, don't forget that your HVAC needs to get ready for the flower season too. Below are some suggestions on getting your HVAC spring ready:

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Pick a Toledo Furnace That Won’t Cost You a Lot in the Long Run

With this in mind, homeowners in Lucas County should start taking measures to reduce their heating bills. While this can be done by maintaining proper indoor insulation, homeowners can also turn to companies like Action Heating Air Conditioning & Electrical for low-cost Toledo furnace units. This is especially important considering that about 68 percent of all households in Ohio rely on natural gas for heating; a potentially-expensive fuel source depending on the type of gas furnace it is used for.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Out with the Old, In with the New: On Switching Toledo HVAC Systems

While propane heaters are touted as energy-efficient, they’re not the only kinds of furnaces homeowners can choose from. There are several other types of heaters with comparable or even greater performance than propane furnaces, and homeowners will want to select the best fit for their residences. A Toledo HVAC company such as Action Heating should be able to recommend homeowners with the right furnace.

Choosing a heater is a calculated process that requires a lot of consideration. Factors such as ceiling height, number of windows and doors, insulation layers, and climate conditions can determine the recommended heating solution for a specific home. Toledo heating contractors can help homeowners select the right HVAC unit, and even install the said unit, complete with ductwork and proper sealing.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Troubleshoot Furnace Problems Before You Call the Repairman

A furnace repairman is always on call to help you out. However, before you pick up the phone, make sure your furnace is really in need of professional help.

Troubleshooting is a quick way of identifying the problem, albeit not as in-depth as a full-scale inspection by the service contractor. By performing a list of tasks that won’t take you hours to complete, you can determine whether or not to call a furnace repair service. There are dozens in the list, and among them is making sure the thermostat is set to heat.

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