Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for February, 2016

Tips for Choosing a New Heating System

Monday, February 29th, 2016

As we reach milder temperatures in Colorado Springs, CO, it’s time to think about if your heating system can survive another season. There are many factors to consider, including how much you want to spend, the performance of various heating systems, and their efficiency. Your home’s size and your heating habits also make a difference. It’s smart to consider all your options.

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When and How to Change the Furnace Filter

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

If you’ve got a furnace keeping you warm, you expect it to do its job all winter long with very few problems. We all hope for the best when it comes to our heating systems, but sometimes we have to put in a little bit of work to make sure the heater can run smoothly. And if you’re only changing your air filter once a month, you’re probably not doing enough.

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Common HVAC Misconceptions: Closing the Vents

Monday, February 15th, 2016

Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning is committed to helping families stay comfortable and save money, which is why we try to clear up misconceptions about home comfort systems whenever we get the chance. One that we come across too often is the idea that shutting the vents will help you to save money on heating and air conditioning bills.

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4 Things You Should Know about Home Automation

Monday, February 8th, 2016

Nexia Home Intelligence systems are gaining popularity in our area. People want the convenience of being able to operate their most important home systems from the device they rely on every day: their smartphones! Use your smartphone to turn off lights, lower the temperature, and more, no matter how far you are away from home. Learn more about home automation below.

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Let the Fresh Air In with a Heat Recovery Ventilator

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Opening a window to let some fresh air in can make you feel a lot better when the air indoors just feels stuffy and stale. But this is only true when temperatures outside are relatively mild. When temperatures are hot or cold and you just want to run your central AC and heating system, opening a window or a door really isn’t an option you have.

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