Air Mechanical, Inc. Blog

AFUE Ratings and Your Heater: A Guide to Installation and Replacement

November 23rd, 2015

Here at Air Mechanical, Inc., we know that installing a new furnace can be a difficult decision with a lot of new terminology to decipher. Choosing a system may mean learning a little bit about heat loads and sizing, but we recommend you let a technician figure out those parts for you.

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Tips for Heating a Smaller Space

November 16th, 2015

Our whole-home heating specialists are often faced with the task of helping homeowners find a single-room solution for a space without any ducts. If you’re having the same issue, we’ve put together some of our best advice of what to install without going through the hassle of installing ductwork.

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Is Your Furnace Safe to Operate?

November 9th, 2015

Furnaces built today are quite safe when installed by professionals, but it’s possible that your furnace is not in the best shape it can be. Modern furnaces have various safety controls that prevent gas leaks and fire hazards.

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How a Water Softener Protects Your Plumbing

November 2nd, 2015

You may have heard someone complain about the effects of “hard water” before. Some people claim that if the water they use to wash their hair is what’s known as hard water, it makes their hair feel dry and brittle.

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Is Your Sump Pump in Good Condition?

October 26th, 2015

Sump pumps are a valuable tool for homeowners with high water tables and a history of home floods. This simple device pumps water to the outdoors before it has a chance to damage your property, and it should hold up for many years without many problems.

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Don’t Let an Amateur Install Your Heater

October 19th, 2015

Many homeowners look for ways to save money during a heating installation, but hiring an amateur to put in the system is not the way to do this. There are other ways to save money—financing your system, for example, and choosing an efficient unit that saves you money each month so that the total cost of operation is low.

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What Options Do I Have for Installing a New Heating System?

October 12th, 2015

Do you feel that it’s time for a brand new heating system? Poor performance, low efficiency, sudden breakdowns, and ineffective heat distribution from an outdated heating unit are a few of the reasons that homeowners decide to upgrade.

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How Zone Heating Helps to Get You through the Winter

October 1st, 2015

Have you ever turned up the temperature on the thermostat in your home only to have a family member turn it back down again minutes later? Larger households generally share this experience if there is no zone control system in place.

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Consider Installing a Water Softener Today

September 28th, 2015

Many people don’t call a plumber until there is a major problem with the pipes or fixtures in their homes. But plumbers do more than just fix pipes. They can also install many optional plumbing components, including those which can actually prevent plumbing damages from occurring in the first place.

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How a Honeywell Wi-Fi Thermostat Makes Your Life a Little Easier

September 21st, 2015

As the seasons change, it is helpful to have a top-of-the-line thermostat. Your thermostat can make it difficult to adjust the temperature to your preferred setting, or it can give you complete control over the temperature even when you are far from home.

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