The Difference Between HVAC and AC

August 5, 2019

You might think of as the professionals who keep your air conditioner running in the hot and humid summers in Charlotte. Our technicians receive extensive training in all aspects of cooling technology. However, their expertise goes beyond just air conditioners. They are trained in the comprehensive climate control trade known as HVAC. HVAC is way more than just air conditioning. What Is an Air Conditioner? In North Carolina, you depend on an air conditioner to keep your home comfortable. Air conditioners vary in size and shape. As you go through Charlotte, you may see homes with a few window units...

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Signs That Your Air Conditioner Needs Repairs

July 9, 2019

On a sticky and humid day, the last situation you want to encounter is a broken air conditioner. In extreme weather, a broken unit might mean that you need to spend the night out of the house with relatives or at a hotel. Knowing the signs that your unit is in need of repairs can spare you from this hassle of a situation. Suspicious Sounds While air conditioners aren’t entirely noiseless entities, you should be familiar with the sounds that yours produces. For example, you may hear it kick on. When a funny noise starts occurring, however, you should schedule...

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5 Ways to Save Money on Your Summer Energy Bills

June 10, 2019

Summer is the time for barbecues, carnivals, the beach, and summer vacation. It’s also the time for air conditioning. Running the air conditioner can be a great way to beat the heat, but it’s also a great way to increase your electric bill. Here are some simple ways to save money on your energy bills this summer. 1. Use Fans Fans are a great way to get cool air flowing through your home, especially in small areas. They also use significantly less electricity than air conditioning. Set up fans in your favorite rooms and install ceiling fans. This will help...

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HVAC Systems: Complete Climate Control

June 1, 2019

When you call , you can expect dependable heating and cooling services. You may have heard our experts referred to by another name, HVAC technicians. This article will explain what HVAC systems are and why HVAC-trained technicians are so important for your home comfort. Heating HVAC training begins with heating. Even though North Carolina is known for its warmer climate, there are still many days each year when your home needs to be warmer. HVAC technicians are trained to service your heating system and make sure the temperature stays constant. In a full HVAC system, warm air is pumped from...

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Best Reasons to Finance a Cooling System

May 22, 2019

If you are in the market for a new air conditioner or other cooling components, it may be in your best interest to finance the purchase. This means that you pay for the products and associated installation needs over time. What are some of the benefits of doing so? Don’t Let Price Hold You Back Ideally, you will buy the best product for your home regardless of how much it costs to do so. At in Charlotte, we understand that you may not have thousands of dollars available to pay for a new air conditioner or air conditioner installation. However,...

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Steps to Reduce Static Electricity in Your Home

May 2, 2019

It can be disconcerting to receive a shock from static electricity. These shocks occur when too many free electrons build up on your body and then get drained off as you touch metal or some other substance that acts as a conductor. There are a variety of ways that you can deal with this problem in your environment. Causes of Static Electricity in a Home Issues with static electricity tend to be worse in the winter when the air is drier. Moisture in the air can remove free electrons from your body. They eventually discharge all at once and cause...

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3 Ways to Reduce Indoor Air Pollutants

April 16, 2019

Running your home’s HVAC system can help to keep the indoor environment comfortable, but it can also spread pollutants that can affect the quality of air in your house as well as your own health. Reducing indoor air pollutants is easy to do, and it can be done inexpensively. Here are three ways to help reduce indoor air pollutants in your Charlotte home. 1. Install New Air Cleaner Filters Air cleaners are designed to help reduce indoor pollutants, but when the filters are not changed regularly, they can clog the system and spread pollutants. This can cause health problems such...

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What to Expect During an HVAC Maintenance Appointment

April 6, 2019

If you’re not sure of when a professional has last taken a look at your HVAC system, then it may be time for a tune-up. Maintenance appointments can be very important in keeping all the components working properly. When everything is in shape, your heating and cooling systems can function more efficiently. What it Entails Whether you’re getting regular check-ups or your first inspection in many years, the process is pretty similar. First, a member of our team at Healthy Home Heating and Air in Monroe will do an assessment, walking around to carefully examine each part of the system....

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What to Consider When Looking for the Best Home Furnace

March 20, 2019

What’s a “perfect” furnace for your neighbor may not be right for your needs and budget. Ultimately, you want to invest in a heating solution that’s going to provide optimal comfort in a way that’s efficient and cost-effective. Increase your odds of making a well-informed decision when it’s time for a new or replacement furnace by keeping the following tips in mind. Choose a Fuel Type That’s Right for Your Budget Natural gas is the most common fuel used for furnaces in the United States. Even so, an electric furnace can still be a good buy if you opt for...

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How to Tell That Your Furnace Needs Work

March 14, 2019

If your furnace isn’t working properly, it can result in higher energy costs and lower air quality in your home. Therefore, it’s important that you know the signs that it needs to be repaired or replaced in the near future. Is Your Furnace More Than Two Decades Old? A furnace will generally last for up to 20 years if it’s properly maintained. Therefore, if the one in your home is older than that, it’s generally a good idea to get a new one. However, a yearly tune-up from in Charlotte may be able to keep your unit going for a...

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