According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor spaces can be as much as five times more polluted than outdoor spaces because they trap indoor pollutants. Babies and small children, with their still-developing respiratory systems, are especially vulnerable to its effects. In today’s post, local furnace and air conditioning contractor Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning shares […]
The coming of spring is the perfect opportunity to break out your cleaning supplies to accomplish some deep cleaning around your house. What some homeowners may not know, however, is that it’s also a great time to have your old furnace replaced. Here we share three reasons why you may want to consider replacing your heating equipment […]
While many people welcome the warmth that the spring season brings, there are some who dread it due to the seasonal colds and allergies they experience. In today’s post, local heating and air conditioning repair company Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning shares tips on how to beat seasonal colds and allergies.
Modern furnaces have electronically-controlled ignition systems. However, if you have an older furnace, it likely uses a standing pilot light–a flame that stays lit at all times–for ignition. In today’s post, local heating and air conditioning repair company Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning takes a look at what may cause a pilot light to keep going out.
A Carrier® HVAC system is ideal for regulating indoor temperatures and keeping everything nice and comfortable. However, for a truly complete home comfort solution, it’s important to pay attention to your ventilation as well. Residential ventilation systems are usually not as complex as their commercial counterparts, but they’re just as important. Unfortunately, many homeowners still make ventilation […]