Covering outdoor heating and cooling units during the fall and winter months is a topic that often generates debate among homeowners and HVAC professionals. Whether or not you should do so depends on various factors, and it’s not a one-size-fits-all answer.
Higher utility bills is a concern many homeowners have as the temperatures go down. During the colder months, you want your living spaces to stay warm and cozy without significantly increasing heating costs. Fortunately, there are sveral things you can do to save energy without compromising your comfort.
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.
Commissioning your furnace, air conditioner or heat pump after it’s installed goes a long way toward ensuring its long-term efficiency and performance. Continue reading to learn more about this crucial aspect of owning and operating your residential HVAC system.
Cold air naturally removes moisture from the air. However, relative indoor humidity levels during the summer can sometimes rise to the point that your air conditioner won’t be able to keep up. In today’s post, local air conditioning repair contractor Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning shares the signs that your home needs a dehumidifier.