Yost & Campbell Heating, Cooling & Generators Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heat Pumps’

2 Alternatives to Central Air Conditioning Systems

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

heating-repair-serviceSpring is usually the time when homeowners with old air conditioning systems look into replacement options, and while conventional centralized air conditioning systems are common in most homes, they’re not the only options out there. Some homes–especially older homes built before the advent of air conditioning–lack the ability to support the ducts that make central air conditioning possible. Others can support central air, but can’t be cooled as effectively with it as they might with an alternative system.

Any home looking at installing a new AC this spring, and which doesn’t believe that a centralized system is quite right, can explore alternative means of cooling. Two of them are discussed at length below.

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3 Things to Look for in a Heater Repair Service

Monday, March 12th, 2018

heating-system-upgradesLate winter tends to see more furnace and heater repair calls than other times of the year. Most homes have been running their heaters nonstop for months, and all of that wear and tear can add up. This is especially true in the case of older heating systems, which may be experiencing more problems than less worn systems at the end of heating season.

The weather is still far too cold to go without a heater, especially at night when temperatures really drop. The good news is that a number of heating repair services can be found in the area, giving homeowners options when it comes to getting the issue resolved. But which company makes for the best fit? Ultimately, only the homeowner can answer that question. However, there are some firm guidelines that can help point smart homeowners in the direction of a high-quality service. Three of the most important can be found below.

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Heater Repair Services Include Heat Pumps

Monday, November 20th, 2017

heat-pump-repairFall is the time that homeowners give their heating system a close look and prepare them for the cold winter to come. Regular fall heating maintenance can spot serious problems in any type of heater so that repairs can be scheduled to take care of it before the weather gets much colder. That should apply to more than common furnaces and boilers, which most homes use in the area. Heat pumps and dual fuel heating systems need the same type of consideration and care for homes that have them.

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