Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for September, 2015

Is Your Heating System Prepared to Operate for the Fall?

Monday, September 28th, 2015

Slowly but surely, the cooler weather is making its way to our area. Soon we will shut off our air conditioners and rely on the warmth of our furnaces and boilers for comfort. Will your heater be up for the task? It is possible that your heating system suffered some damage during a period of vacation, and that it needs to be cleaned out and adjusted before you run it. It’s also possible that a looming safety issue puts your gas heater at risk. How can you prepare for the cooler weather?

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Sizing a Furnace: An Important Consideration for New Installation

Monday, September 21st, 2015

A new furnace can be more efficient than an older, worn-down unit, allowing you to save money on monthly energy and gas costs. It can also help you to keep you more comfortable as technological upgrades have made today’s furnaces some of the most high-performance home comfort systems to hit the market. But if your furnace isn’t precisely the right size for your home, it may actually cause a lot of trouble. Be sure you work with trained professionals when it comes to any heating installation, and read on to find out what goes into sizing a furnace and why it is such a vital part of the job.

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Don’t Hold Off for Any Longer: Repair Your Faulty Heating System Today

Monday, September 14th, 2015

The weather is changing quickly, and soon enough we’ll be shutting off our air conditioning systems for good. When you turn on your heating system, you may notice some problems at start up that developed last winter or over a long period of disuse. While these problems may appear to be minor, it’s so important that you get them fixed ASAP.

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Can Heating Maintenance Really Save You Money?

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Heating technicians throughout the area are encouraging customers to take the time now to get their heating systems into shape for the wintertime. Most HVAC companies offer a heating maintenance service that involves an inspection of the heating system as well as a tune-up of major and minor components.

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