It’s well into the cooler months of the year, and the mercury is continuing to drop. You’ve just opened your electric bill, and are surprised to see an unexpected surge in power consumption. If this sounds familiar, then you’re probably dealing with an inefficient heating system. Unfortunately, as home furnace repair experts, we see this far too often. To help you better understand what may be causing this sudden surge in usage, here we share three common problems that can lead to an inefficient heating system.
Your HVAC system plays an integral role in ensuring consistent thermal comfort in your home. You must, therefore, check for issues that can impede the energy performance of your equipment, including poor airflow. Addressing this problem can help prevent considerable energy loss in your home. Local heating and air conditioning repair contractor Cooper Brothers, Inc. explains further below.… Continue Reading
Spring isn’t the only time of year that allergy flare-ups can occur. Fall can be just as bad, especially since cooler temperatures tend to reduce the effectiveness of one’s immune system. Fortunately, you can count on your heating and cooling system to help keep those allergy symptoms at bay. Find out how it does this in this article from top air conditioner repair contractor Cooper Brothers, Inc.… Continue Reading
Buying a new home is an exciting time for many people–even more so when it’s their first. But if you want to make the most of your investment, don’t overlook careful planning. This means checking every feature of the home you’re planning to buy. Be especially observant about its existing HVAC system. You’ll want to make sure it can effectively meet your heating and cooling needs. To help you get started, the premier air conditioner repair company in the area, Cooper Brothers, Inc. shares this handy HVAC checklist.… Continue Reading
Most everyone is stuck inside the house due to COVID-19. However, did you know that air pollution can also occur indoors? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollution is linked to headaches, dizziness and fatigue. The World Health Organization calls tiis phenomena “sick building syndrome”.