Posts By: Chris Long

Does My Ductwork Need to be Sealed?

Is there a room in your house that never feels comfortable? Are you summer and winter energy bills unusually high? Does it feel like there isn’t enough air coming out of your vents? These are all signs that your home has leaky ductwork. And this isn’t something to take lightly. Your air ducts are a crucial part of your home, and if they’re badly sealed, you’re probably losing money and receiving insufficient heating and cooling. Continue Reading... Read More

Posted in heating, and air conditioning

Debunking Common HVAC Myths

Over the course of nearly 300 episodes, TV’s MythBusters have debunked all sorts of popular misconceptions, like what happens when you drop a penny off the Empire State Building. (For the record: the penny wouldn’t build up enough speed to embed itself in the sidewalk or cause anyone harm and likely wouldn’t even reach the street.) Today, we’ve decided to take a page from that show and investigate some of the myths that are common to the HVAC repair world. Continue Reading... Read More

Posted in HVAC Tips

What’s Causing My Furnace to Malfunction?

We’re writing this post towards the end of January, on a day where the temperatures never got above 20 degrees. The wind chill made us feel colder…and very grateful for our furnaces. It’s also the type of day where the last thing you want to deal with is a heater repair issue. Here are a few of the most common heating service problems you might have to deal with this winter. Continue Reading... Read More

Posted in heater repair

Why a Space Heater May Not Be Your Best Option

It’s a snowy day, and it feels like your heating system just isn’t doing its job. (Maybe it’s time to rethink your choice in home heating contractors.) So you head to the garage to break out the space heater. Your warm, dependable, potentially dangerous space heater. It’s true. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, space heaters cause roughly 25,000 house fires each year, typically because someone keeps their heater too close to bedding, curtains or furniture with upholstery. Continue Reading... Read More

Posted in heating contractors

What Steps Should I Take When My Heater Stops Working

You wake up one morning to an unusually cold bedroom. You come home from work and find that it isn’t much warmer inside than it is outside. You walk into your living room and realize it feels much hotter than any other part of your home. Whatever the scenario, it all leads to the same conclusion: your heater isn’t working. Continue Reading... Read More

Posted in HVAC repair

All About the AccuClean Whole Home Air Filtration System

Meet Jerry. He’s the type of guy who lives by the credo “A place for everything, and everything in its place.” Everything in his home is well-ordered and spotless, not a dirty dish in the sink or a smudge on the windows. You might know a Jerry. Maybe you are a Jerry. And there’s something to be said for living in a clean, orderly environment. However, there’s only so much we can do when it comes to cleaning the air in our home. It’s one thing to dust and polish our counters, but how do we clean what we can’t see? Continue Reading... Read More

Posted in heating and cooling companies

3 Ways to Tell If Your Heater is Energy Efficient

There are many things you can do to lower your energy bills in winter: Turning your thermostat down and wearing a sweater Installing weather stripping to prevent drafts Opening your curtains to let sunlight heat your home But perhaps the most important thing you do to keep your heating costs down is to make sure you have an energy-efficient heating system. Continue Reading... Read More

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5 Common Furnace Repair Problems and How to Remedy Them

Even if we have a mild winter ahead of us, you’ll still need your furnace to get through the next few months. And the last thing you’ll want to do is wake up one day to a furnace that’s blowing cold air, or just not blowing at all. Here are five of the most common HVAC repair issues your furnace might face this winter, and how to deal with them. Continue Reading... Read More

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Staying Warm If You Lose Heat in the Winter

It’s a bitter cold night in January, and you’re in the middle of a vicious winter storm. It’s the type of blizzard your kids will tell their kids about someday. “It was the worst storm anyone could remember. There was so much snow, schools were shut down for two weeks. The state closed off all the highways, no one could get to work. Then, in the middle of it all, our gas furnace stopped working.” If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to schedule furnace service right away and soon enjoy the comforts of a properly heated home. But if you find yourself having to wait for someone… Read More

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Protecting Your Outdoor AC Unit in Winter

The official start of winter is just two weeks away, but we’ve already seen some snowfall here in eastern Pennsylvania. Before winter begins in earnest, you might want to start thinking about protecting your outdoor air conditioning unit from wintry weather. That’s why we’ve put together this list of things you should do before snow begins to fall. What do I need to do to protect my outdoor AC unit? You can keep your outdoor air conditioning unit operating at its best in a few simple steps: Continue Reading... Read More

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Winter Maintenance Appointment Request

We look forward to getting your heating system ready for the cold weather!