Air Mechanical, Inc. Blog : Archive for October, 2015

Is Your Sump Pump in Good Condition?

Monday, 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. But eventually, any system can deteriorate to some extent and it’s important that you keep an eye on your sump pump and schedule services if anything seems amiss. Here are some ways you can help keep your home’s sump pump in good condition.

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Don’t Let an Amateur Install Your Heater

Monday, 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. But letting a handyman with little experience put in the new system may actually cost you more in the end.

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

Monday, 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 Poor performance, low efficiency, sudden breakdowns, and ineffective heat distribution from an outdated heating unit are a few of the reasons that homeowners decide to upgrade. But you may have a few questions before you get in touch with a technician. Do you need to get the same type of system you had before? Is there a better option? Check out our quick guide to selecting a heating system, and call our experts for more information.

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How Zone Heating Helps to Get You through the Winter

Thursday, 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. With colder weather approaching, it’s time to consider a zone control system for the comfort of everyone in your home and—more importantly—for your monthly bills.

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