AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Inc. Blog : Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

Can I Have Two Heaters?

Monday, March 18th, 2019

Okay sure, installing two heaters may sound a bit overboard. But actually, the truth of the matter is that having two different heaters can actually make your home more energy efficient. But how?

It’s called dual-fuel hybrid heating, which combines an electric heat pump with a traditional furnace to maximize your home’s energy efficiency during the winter. Installing a dual-fuel heating system in your home can definitely be a worthwhile investment, especially if you are dealing with an especially cold winter. Below, we have outlined what these systems are and what the benefits are. Keep reading to learn more. 

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Going Ductless is the New Sliced Bread

Monday, March 4th, 2019

They say that sliced bread was the best invention of all time. And of course, it has changed the ways in which we make sandwiches and school lunches, however, we are here to argue that there is perhaps an even better invention. Today, we are talking about the ductless mini-split system. Ductless systems work as a singular alternative to owning both an air conditioner and a heater, providing year-round comfort and efficiency. So, if you are in the market for a new heater or AC this year, consider going ductless!

Of course, we understand that choosing the right HVAC system can seem like a daunting task, and there are many great options to choose from. This is why it is very important to speak with a professional before you make any final decisions. Before a ductless system can be installed, your home needs to be assessed by a professional HVAC technician to determine your individual heating and cooling needs. There are many benefits of installing a ductless system, and below, we have listed a few of them. Keep reading to learn more!

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Can a New Heater Save You Money?

Monday, February 18th, 2019

piggy-bankFor many homeowners, saving money is at the top of the priority list. We are constantly looking for ways to cut back on spending in order to save a few extra bucks each month. And for many of us, deciding to invest our money in something as big and expensive as a new heater can be quite difficult. In fact, many homeowners are quite hesitant about doing so. But we are here to tell you that investing in a new heating system can save you hundreds of dollars in the long run.

Of course, we understand that replacing your existing heating system can seem like a daunting task, which is why we are here to help. Hiring the right team of professionals can help make your decision easier, as they’ll handle all of the nitty-gritty details for you. Of course, only a professional can truly determine whether or not it is time for heating replacement, but in this week’s blog, we wanted to give you a head start. Below, you will find some of the tell-tale signs that it is time for a replacement and the advantages of doing so. Keep reading to learn more.

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To Repair or To Replace?

Monday, January 21st, 2019

A new furnace can be a worthwhile investment, especially when the timing is just right. But, how do you know if now is the right time? Deciding whether to replace or repair your older furnace can be tricky. You want to receive the most from your system without jeopardizing your bank account.

The good news is that your local HVAC technician can help you make this decision. He or she will be able to inspect your system in order to fully assess its condition, making it much easier for you to decide whether you want to repair or replace. In the meantime, however, we have given you a quick guide to give you an idea about what to do with your furnace. Keep reading below to learn more. 

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What to Look for in a Professional Heating Repair Technician

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Let’s face it: at some point, your heater is bound to need repair service. Although today’s systems are built to last, the need for repair from time to time is inevitable, which is why you need to hire the right contractor to restore your heater’s function. Sometimes, finding the right professional can turn into a never-ending internet quest, but it shouldn’t have to be that hard. AAction Air Conditioning & Heating wants to help you find the right HVAC contractor in Atlanta, GA. 

There are a number of qualities that you should be looking when you hire your heating repair technician. Below, we have outlined a few of them. 

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The Leading Way to Prevent Heater Repairs

Monday, December 24th, 2018

If you are one of the many homeowners who find themselves spending a lot of time and money on heater repairs, we are going to let you in on a little secret. Yes, costly repair bills can be avoided, and we are going to tell you how! The secret to preventing heater repairs is… maintenance! That’s right, regular preventative maintenance is the best way to avoid paying for costly repairs. We know better than anyone that heater repairs can be a nuisance, and almost nobody wants to deal with the hassle of scheduling them. Scheduling preventative maintenance is much less annoying: it’ll save you both time and money in the long run! Plus, it’ll keep your heater running smoothly for many years to come! Keep reading to find out more about the benefits of heater maintenance! 

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What to Do with a Heat Pump Stuck in Cooling Mode

Monday, October 29th, 2018

heat pump floor unitTemperatures aren’t quite cool enough to start using our heaters regularly, yet, but soon enough you’ll be switching yours on. If you’re using a heat pump, this means switching the system from cooling mode to heating mode. But, what happens if your Savannah, GA heat pump is stuck in cooling mode?

Fortunately, you do have our team to call on when you have a problem like this, or any other sort of trouble with your HVAC system. In the meantime, however, read on for an explanation as to why this might be happening.

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Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Wait for Heating Repair

Monday, March 5th, 2018

tools-maintenance-repairNobody wants to buy something they don’t actually need. Of course, you need a heater to get through the coldest weather of winter. But do you need to schedule heating repair when you are not using your heater very often, or when the problem doesn’t seem very severe?

When you notice a problem with your heater, and it’s not an emergency situation, you might be tempted to wait a while before scheduling repairs. After all, you can save a little money if you deal with the problem for now and make that repair later…right? We don’t think this is a wise idea.

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Why the Furnace Is Cycling On and Off So Much

Monday, February 19th, 2018

question-mark-blueHere’s something you probably already know: your home’s furnace is not meant to stay on 24/7. It should turn on, heat up the home to the temperature on the thermostat, and shut back off for a while. However, this doesn’t mean it should be turning on and off repeatedly, with barely a break in between.

If this is happening in your home, you’re off to a good start: you know something is not quite right. But there are some things you don’t know yet. Is the problem serious? Will your furnace need replacement? A technician can answer these questions for you during your next heating repair, but we’ll give you an overview today.

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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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