AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Heating Service’

Why Are Gas Furnaces So Popular?

Monday, November 14th, 2022

You’ve probably asked around your neighborhood for information on some common heating systems. Now that you might be in the market for a new heater (now that winter is almost here), you’re trying to get a better grip on the most useful, efficient, and powerful heating systems on the market. Especially if you’ve got young kids or elderly family members, that powerful heat is going to mean all the difference on a chilly day.

So, let’s discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a gas furnace. We want to cover why they’re so common, why they work as well as they do, and how they compare in the field of energy efficiency. Keep in mind that gas furnaces are so common, that you’ll rarely meet an HVAC technician who can’t give you proper heating service in Savannah, GA, which is a huge benefit.

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The Smell of a Malfunctioning Heater

Monday, November 23rd, 2020

It’s that time of year where we not only turn our heaters on for the first time, but really start depending on them. Night after night things are only going to get chillier, and it’s going to be up to our heating systems to keep us cozy and comfortable in our beds. Our pets, whether they’re cats or dogs, depend on this heater as well since they don’t get the snuggly body warmth that we do in our cozy beds. Basically, at this point, a malfunctioning heater should be noticeable.

However, a furnace that needs heating repair in Rincon, GA isn’t always going to be noticeable by the noises or the heating bill. Sometimes it will emit a funky smell that you catch a whiff of. If it’s the kind of smell that makes your hair stand on end and you get goosebumps, then keep reading. Some smells are not to be ignored and if you care about the lifespan of your heating system, you’ll call us for help.

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Can You Save Money on a New Heater?

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

piggy-bank-coinIf you’ve got an older heating system, you’ve probably got one big thought any time it starts to run into trouble: “I hope it’s not broken down for good!” The last thing you want to do is replace a heater, as this is usually an expense you haven’t planned for. However, a repair isn’t always the best thing. And a new heater may not be as expensive as you think!

Finding out you may need a new heater is certainly no picnic, but it may not be as bad as you think. There are some ways to save money, if not on your installation then in the long-term. At the very least, there are ways to make the whole process more affordable upfront.

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Comparing Today’s Top Home Heating Systems

Monday, January 8th, 2018

couple-coffee-floorWe’re proud to offer our customers options when they need to pick out a brand-new heater. The lowest-price system simply isn’t your best bet if you want to save money and see continued performance from your heater throughout the years. That doesn’t mean you can’t get a good deal—it just means you should spend time going over your options so you can make an informed decision that fits your home and climate.

However, we understand this can be tough when you don’t have much of a background in HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning). We’re here to offer a comparison between some of the top systems out there, and we’re happy to help you out when you call our friendly customer service representatives!

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Why We Never Recommend DIY Heating Repair

Monday, November 13th, 2017

tools-maintenance-repairReady to take on your next do-it-yourself project around the house? Great! We appreciate artists, crafters, woodworkers, and general DIY-ers. Painting the kitchen, making a scrapbook, upcycling an old dresser, and replacing the grout in the kitchen are all admiral projects to take on. However, there are some things that should always be left to the professionals.

When it comes to your heating system, DIY work is rarely if ever a good idea. Repairing a furnace or heat pump can waste more money than it saves. Besides, it’s not worth risking your heating system or your health. When you notice a problem with your heating system, call a qualified contractor. Learn why DIY heating repair may not be your best bet in today’s guide.

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