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

Schedule Heating Replacement before the End of the Season

Monday, March 28th, 2016

We often encourage people to replace their heating systems before they actually break down for good. But this suggestion is met with some skepticism. Homeowners wonder, “Why would I spend the money to get a new system if my older one is already working?” We understand that you don’t want to spend money unnecessarily. But if you have an older heating system that doesn’t keep you warm very effectively, you’re probably already paying more than you should.

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Can I Set Up My Nexia Home Intelligence System Myself?

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Home automation is rapidly growing in our industry, as more and more homeowners hope to automate and monitor the parts of their home that consume the most energy and the security measures that keep them safe. Nexia Home Intelligence systems provide you with all of the tools you need for home automation, allowing you complete control over some of the most important systems in your home—right from your smart phone.

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Carbon Monoxide and Heating: Take Preventive Measures

Monday, March 14th, 2016

Carbon monoxide is an extremely dangerous substance that you want to keep out of your home at all costs. And while it is produced by your heating system, there are measures in place to keep it away from your living space. Unfortunately, carbon monoxide leaks do happen, but there are simple steps you can take to protect your family.

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3 Reasons to Get a Whole-House Humidifier

Monday, March 7th, 2016

With the mild spring and summer climate, yet cold and dry fall and winter climate that we experience here in Colorado Springs, CO, you may have noticed that your indoor air often gets pretty dry. Having too little moisture in the air throughout your home can actually be a pretty serious problem, not to mention annoying. But why is it a problem, and why should you invest in a whole-house humidifier?

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