Yost & Campbell Heating, Cooling & Generators Blog: Posts Tagged ‘westchester county’

A UV Air Purifier Is a Major Upgrade

Monday, June 13th, 2022

People think about air purifiers and they’re immediately drawn to the benefits on the box. It can eliminate mold spores, viruses, and bacteria, and it’s safe for any and every home. That sounds like it’s too good to be true, but in fact, the science behind a UV air purifier makes it exactly good enough to be true!

However, homeowners can also invest in portable air purifier systems that might not be as good or all-encompassing as a whole-house UV air purifier in Westchester County. The devil is in the details, and today, we’re going to discuss how a UV air purifier works and why it might be the perfect upgrade for a home in this area.

Our team can walk any homeowner who is interested in this kind of technology through a comfort consultation. We can examine the types of contaminants that exist in any home, and find methods to alleviate them, like purification.

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Our AC Replacement FAQ

Monday, May 16th, 2022

For any homeowners who have wondered recently if their air conditioning system needs to be replaced, this is the blog with some answers. Unfortunately, it can be incredibly difficult to know if a specific air conditioner is nearing replacement just through an online blog—but there are a few factors that all ACs in need of replacement have in common. Today, we’re going to talk about these factors and when might be the best time to start investing in a new unit.

For anyone out there who might need professional assistance, we urge customers to call us for their own evaluation. Our team will be able to pinpoint the issue and figure out the most affordable solution, whether it’s a replacement or a quick repair. We just want to make sure that anyone in need knows to call us for comprehensive air conditioning service in Westchester County, NY!

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3 Steps to Improve Home Efficiency

Monday, May 2nd, 2022

A more efficient home means lower bills, better performance, and an overall happier family. This isn’t just for specific homeowners, this is a pretty general rule that is only getting verified more with every year. Power grids are straining to keep up with the demand from new homeowners, new HVAC systems, more technology, and even electric cars. It’s no secret that the less energy a system uses, the better off a community and customer will be.

Well, we’re here to tell customers across the tri-state area that there are ways to improve efficiency right now, without the help of a professional!

Sure, for more thorough air conditioning services in Westchester County, our team is always ready to provide support—from AC repair to maintenance. But for homeowners who have systems in good shape, what can they do? Follow along for three valuable efficiency tips.

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It’s Time for AC Maintenance!

Monday, April 18th, 2022

There are many things that are synonymous with springtime. Flowers are starting to bud, animals are exiting hibernation and starting to explore their surroundings, home improvement projects are beginning, and the weather is getting warmer. Unfortunately, the last part is going to lead to some pretty hot temperatures and eventually a full-blown heatwave this summer. Springtime is the perfect time to get prepared for the heat!

We’re lucky that we use air conditioners in Westchester County, NY to combat the scorching hot temperatures of the summer. But those AC systems won’t last long if they’re not regularly maintained and repaired when the need arises.

This blog is simple: it’s all about the necessary benefits of AC maintenance and why spring is the perfect season to start investing the time and money into such a valuable system for a home. Read on to learn more about AC maintenance!

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It’s Time to Ditch the Portable Generator

Monday, April 4th, 2022

Portable generators are great for specific uses. If anyone’s got an RV and they like to camp throughout the summer, for example, there’s no better system to use for that situation than a portable generator. They’re good for providing fast electricity while people are on the go, and they’re perfect for supplying energy when only a few appliances require it.

However, we need to be honest when talking about this topic. Most homeowners who use portable generators are not using them to go camping or for setting up events like weddings and reunions. These systems are being used as backup for power outages in normal residential settings, and in this type of situation, they’re just not worth the hassle.

Today, we’d like to discuss a few reasons why we think homeowners should make the switch from portable generators to automatic standby generators in Westchester County, NY.

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Keep Any Generator Working with Maintenance

Monday, February 10th, 2020

Generators exist to reduce risk, and what better way to achieve that goal than by having maintenance performed on the system? When it comes to this type of equipment, few homeowners take advantage of a maintenance plan that exists to keep a generator running, ready for any moment a power outage occurs.

That’s why we’d like to talk about the value of routine maintenance on a standby generator. For a system that exists purely to keep the lights on and the refrigerator running in times of need, what good is a standby system if it’s not thoroughly inspected year after year to make sure it still works?

Let’s explore ways to save money and extend the lifespan of an automatic standby generator with yearly maintenance.

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Last Chance for Oil to Gas Conversion in Westchester County

Friday, February 1st, 2019

Now is the last chance for homeowners to convert their heating systems from oil to natural gas.

Due to pipeline constraints, ConEdison can no longer fulfill the demand for natural gas systems in more than half of Westchester County. Applications for new gas services will only be considered up to March 15, 2019.

But take note: the application period could close before that date. Applicants are being accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis until capacity is full. We suggest sending applications in as soon as possible for a chance at using natural gas.

ConEdison’s website contains information on how to apply as well as full details on the moratorium.

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