As you prepare for the summer heat, you’ll be relying more on your HVAC system to keep your home cool and comfortable. If you’re considering a full replacement, it helps to research different makes and models to learn about the best deals and offers. You should also consider the contractor who’ll install your new system, as well as the warranties that come with it. You’ll find many different types of warranties as you research different products.
As the spring season begins, you should get started on your annual home maintenance tasks, beginning with your HVAC system. In today’s post, trusted local HVAC company Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning shares tips on how to prepare your HVAC system for this season.
To get the best HVAC system for your commercial property, you have to consider several factors. This will help ensure long-term reliability and cost-to-performance ratios. The HVAC SEER rating is one key factor, and in today’s post, air conditioning and heating repair company Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning discusses its importance.
According to the EPA, the concentration of indoor air pollutants in homes can be two to five times higher than typical outdoor levels. As the seasons change, so do the things that affect indoor air quality. In today’s post, local heating and AC repair company Schmitt discusses common indoor air quality challenges during the winter season.
In the winter, a well-maintained commercial heating system can improve the air quality in your building and make the space suitable for breathing and comfort. As a result, the occupants, from employees to guests or customers, will experience an overall better atmosphere.
Wear and tear on heating systems isn’t uncommon, but without the benefit of regular maintenance, they’ll lose their efficiency over time. Moving parts have to work harder than they should, and when this happens, the units will require frequent but costly repairs, not to mention have a shortened lifespan. Here trusted HVAC service contractor Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning discusses some of the common issues affecting the efficiency of heating systems.
If you’re replacing your HVAC system, don’t just settle for the first or lowest quote that comes your way. In addition, don’t be shy about asking your prospective contractor questions about their quote or estimate. In today’s post, local HVAC service contractor Schmitt shares key questions you should ask a prospective HVAC contractor when reviewing their quote.
Fall is just around the corner, so you’ll soon be switching to your heater. This means switching from cooling mode to heating mode if you’re using a heat pump. It’s important to make sure your pump is working properly so that any problems can be dealt with before fall arrives. A common problem with heat pumps is getting stuck in cooling mode despite changing the setting. To learn the the best way to deal with this, our HVAC repair team at Schmitt shares their insight here:
Changing your HVAC system’s air filter may sound easy, but you might be a bit confused by the wide variety of options available on the market. There’s also a procedure you need to follow to ensure a proper replacement, as well as determine the right type of filter for your unit. While reasonable minds may differ in opinion, all professional HVAC repair contractors agree that it’s crucial to have a good air filter for your home’s HVAC system.
As a homeowner, you want your HVAC system to be in peak condition whenever you use it. For that to be possible, you’ll need to ensure that your unit is maintained by a trusted HVAC repair technician. You may have heard some things about HVAC systems that aren’t necessarily true, such as “bigger is always better” and “routine maintenance isn’t necessary”. These are just myths, and Schmitt is here to debunk them. Read more