Westland Heating & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Westlake’

Finding a New Heater for the Cold Season

Monday, November 19th, 2018

cat-on-radiatorOne of the trickiest parts about having your heater replaced is knowing exactly when you’ll need to have it replaced.

Hardly anyone wants to install a new system too soon—the money could be spent elsewhere. But waiting for too long to install a new system isn’t much better. An old system will cost more to run, will experience more repair issues, and take longer to warm the home.

So when you confirmed with a heating expert in Westlake, OH that it’s almost time to replace, the best thing you can do is plenty of research on all the kinds of heaters out there. Here are just a few different types:

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3 Ways to Assess Your Heater This Fall and Winter

Monday, November 5th, 2018

clipboard-checklistAs we advance further into the cold season, we’ll soon be turning our heaters on during the day and not just at night. Naturally, the more we use our heaters, the more wear and tear we’ll be putting them through. Paying extra close attention to them can help you find some repair problems before they arise. Also, now’s the perfect time to assess if your HVAC system is doing everything it needs to.

In this post, we’ll give you some advice on how to assess your system.

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Beat the Heat with a Spring AC Tune-Up!

Monday, April 9th, 2018

Spring is on the way and that means summer won’t be too far behind. When it comes to your air conditioner, you’re going to need to keep it in good condition, and ensure that it will respond in the middle of our patented heat waves. That starts now with a spring AC tune-up. And with the deal we have going now, there’s never been a better time to schedule a tune-up today.

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Heating Maintenance Benefits Older Furnaces (Even When They’re New)

Monday, March 26th, 2018

heating-maintenance-servicesWe’re reaching the end of heating season, even though there are still plenty of cool days left before the weather really starts to warm up. This is the right time of the year to schedule a maintenance session for your heating system and give the technician a chance to look it over for any damage that may have been incurred over the winter. This is especially the case for older heating systems, which suffer more from the wear and tear, but it can serve as a preventive measure for new systems as well.

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Heating Maintenance Can Prevent Repairs

Monday, March 12th, 2018

furnace-repair-serviceWe’re coming to the end of winter. Your heating system is likely going to get a bit of a break after months and months of daily use. This is the time of year that breakdowns become the most common, as heating systems continue to see regular use and the strain finally catches up with them.

If your system undergoes a sudden breakdown or similar serious problems, a licensed repair service can be dispatched to get it fixed promptly. But we believe that an ounce of prevention can beat a pound of curse. Regular heating maintenance can prevent repairs before they start, as well as giving you an early jump on any issues that need addressing. Now is an ideal time to schedule heating maintenance—in the spring, right as heating season ends. And if you can set a regular annual date for heating maintenance, it can benefit your system a great deal.

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How to Lower Heating Costs This Winter

Monday, January 1st, 2018

lower-heating-costsWinter has officially arrived, and with the new year comes a fresh crop of freezing cold weather and tons of snow. In that environment, your heating system is far more than a luxury. It’s an absolute necessity. Running it not only keeps your home comfortable but keeps your family healthy and safe. Daily use isn’t uncommon for months on end. That, by necessity, means your monthly heating costs are going to go up, and to a certain extent, there’s nothing you can do about that.

But just because you’re paying more for your heat in the winter doesn’t mean you should be paying more than necessary. You can take some simple steps in your home to cut down on those high costs and help you get through the winter comfortably without being quite so hard on your pocketbook.

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Don’t Wait for a Breakdown to Call for Furnace Repair

Monday, December 4th, 2017

furnace-repair-serviceHeating season is well underway and temperatures are going to get a lot colder as winter approaches. You’ve likely been using your furnace for some time now, and soon enough you’ll be using it every day. Heating is far more than a luxury in our neck of the woods, and if yours is having a problem, you need to get it treated right away. It can make a great difference not only in terms of getting the repairs made in a timely fashion, but in the costs involved as well.

Unfortunately, most homeowners tend to wait until the system breaks down before calling in repairs. We all have busy lives to lead, and the immediate pressures of work and family can often take priority over something like the heating system. Unfortunately, this can be an expensive mistake. You shouldn’t wait for the system to flat-out stop working before recognizing a problem and calling in a repair service.

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How Does a Radiant Heating System Work?

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

radiant-heating-systemsAutumn is the time for heater replacement services. With winter on the way and cold weather already here, homeowners with old, worn heating systems want to put in new ones before the temperatures drop too much lower. Doing so means you can take advantage of the improved efficiency a new heating system can bring, as well as reducing the chances of a winter breakdown as much as possible.

Most homes in the area rely on traditional heating systems like forced-air furnaces and boiler systems. But they’re not the only type of system available, and if you are in the market for a new heater, it pays to explore the possibilities that an alternative model may provide.

Among the systems you may want to consider is a radiant heating system, which involves warming the home directly through the floor. Here’s a breakdown of how it works and what kind of benefits it brings.

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Summer Allergies Getting You Down? Try a UV Air Purifier in Your Home

Monday, July 31st, 2017

UV-air-purifierAmong the challenges homeowners face in the summer around here is an influx of mold, allergens, and other unwelcome contaminants. They can cause numerous problems, ranging from a general stale quality to the air to active illnesses being passed from one family member to another. Frequent rain and high humidity act as incubators for germs and contaminants of all varieties, and as hard as you work to keep them out of your home, you let more of them in every time you open your door.

Luckily, there’s a solution to all of that. A UV air purifier installed in your HVAC system provides a potent weapon against germs, bacteria, and other biological contaminants in your home. It can be installed easily by professional technicians and, provided you replace the bulb periodically, it should provide many long years of reliable use. Here’s how it works.

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An Efficient Air Conditioner Is a Happy Air Conditioner

Monday, June 5th, 2017

air-conditioning-efficiencyAir conditioners see regular use during the hot summer months, and most homeowners are accustomed to paying more in monthly bills when the temperature gets warm. This is to be expected, of course, since the air conditioner in your home needs to run more often in order to keep your home comfortable. But just because you need to pay more for summer air conditioning doesn’t mean you should pay more than is necessary. By improving the efficiency of your air conditioner, you can cut down on the high monthly costs and reduce the wear and tear on the system to boot.

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