Stewart Heating and Air, Inc
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Balance Your Heating SystemOne of our most common service calls is for rooms that are “too hot” or “too cold”. If you have this problem, you’re probably wasting energy. If you’re willing to spend some time, you can get your system just right.
You’ve just increased your comfort, and maybe lowered your utility bills! If this sounds too troublesome, we’d be glad to help. We’ve got measuring devices for accuracy and speed.
Is Your Heater Trying to Tell You Something?
Your home comfort system may be asking for a little time and attention. Your home’s temperature and your utility bill are among the ways it communicates its needs.
Besides replacing your system, you could also see improved energy efficiency by increasing house insulation and air-tightness, repairing or insulating ductwork or tuning up your system. If your furnace is over 10 years old and you are experiencing discomfort or high utility bills, you’ll want to get your system evaluated by a professional. Call us, we can help.
It’s been around since the 1980’s, but as with hybrid automobiles, high fuel prices have caused growing popularity. Like hybrid cars, dual home heating systems work by splitting operations between fuel and electric sources, in this case, between a heat pump and a furnace. The heat pump draws heat from the outdoors and disburses it throughout the home. At a certain point, most systems switch automatically to the furnace to deliver the warmer heat provided by gas or oil. This hybrid system can reduce your energy bill up to 47%!
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As you may have read in “Repair, Replace or Ignore” in this season’s HomeSense Newsletter, heating systems can have a plethora of problems – some serious and some minor. What can you do to make sure you’re getting the best performance out of your home comfort system this winter?