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.
The spring season can sometimes bring plenty of rain showers, and one of the most common questions homeowners ask us is whether rains will affect their air conditioning systems. In today’s post, Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning sets the record straight on whether or not rain can affect air conditioning systems.
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 […]
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.
Maintaining high-quality indoor air at home can be a challenge for many families living with pets. In this blog, heating and air conditioning contractor Bartlett shares tips for achieving the right balance between living comfortably with your furry friends and making sure everyone breathes easier indoors.