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  • With the temperature dropping, we are now getting into the frigid days of winter. With the declining temperatures, your furnace is starting to run longer to effectively heat your home. While the furnace is running for a longer time, there are certain signs that you can either smell, see or hear that will tell you […] The post Signs You Need Furnace Repair appeared first on American Heating and Air...

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  • High-efficiency furnaces have a steep price tag compared to standard efficiency units, so it’s worth taking a deeper look into whether it’s investing that added expense for your home. Are there enough benefits to outweigh the initial cost, and if so, what are they? The upfront price of a new high-efficiency furnace can run as […] The post Say Hi to High Efficiency appeared first on American Heatin...

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  • SCHEDULE REMINDERS- You will receive either an e-mail or phone call to schedule your fall or spring checkup. PRIORITY SERVICE- If you are in need of a quick repair either in the heat of the summer or the cold winter months, you will get priority service with our company. DOCUMENTATION OF MAINTENANCE- It is very […] The post 10 Great Benefits of a Maintenance Agreement appeared first on American He...

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  • Now that the hot weather is behind us and we are getting ready for the Heating Season preparing our furnaces and heat pumps for the winter. We have always recommended that a Programmable Thermostat during the heating system because you can set your thermostat back during the day when you are not home.  We have […] The post Benefits of Programmable Thermostats appeared first on American Heating and...

American Heating and Air Conditioning
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  • American Heating and Air Conditioning was recently featured in a local news story written by WCPO. The article focused on the upcoming switch in air conditioner coolants from R-22 refrigerant to R-410A, which is better for the environment. Here’s an excerpt: “The ozone-depleting chemical has been slowly phased out of use under the Montreal Protocol, […] The post American Heat Featured in WCPO Air ...

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  • You are probably familiar with many indoor pollutants that might make breathing difficult or cause you to sneeze, such as smoke, dust and pet dander. However, you should also be aware of outdoor pollutants that may penetrate your home if you don’t take steps to combat them. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), outdoor […] The post How to Keep Outdoor Pollutants out of Your Home – Are ...

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  • If your home is too moist, it could make your residence a breeding ground for mold. Besides a perpetually unpleasant, musty odor and the unsightly effects of mold, there could be some less-obvious signs that your home has too much moisture inside. For example, you might notice water stains on the lower walls of your […] The post Advantages of a Whole House Dehumidifier appeared first on American H...

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Beer Can Cold

  • When residential air conditioning systems were first installed in the 50’s & 60’s the procedures and instruments to check for proper operation were not that sophisticated. The Key Element to check the operation were gauges to test the Refrigerant Charge on the system. This consisted of a Port to check the Suction Line (larger insulated […] The post Beer Can Cold appeared first on American Heating ...

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The “Heat Index”

  • When you watch the Weather on the News during the Summer the Weatherman often refers to the Heat Index more than he talks about the Temperature. Meteorologists call this the heat index a value that combines the effects of air temperature and relative humidity to indicate the perceived temperature. The Heat Index is the term […] The post The “Heat Index” appeared first on American Heating and Air C...

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  • Now that muggy weather is just around the corner, it’s the ideal time of year to start looking for practical ways to keep your summer energy bills from soaring along with the temperatures. Fortunately, it’s easier than you might think to stay cool for less. Keep reading to learn how. Replace Your Old A/C with […] The post 5 Ways to Save Money on Your Summer Energy Bills appeared first on American ...

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  • If you have even a basic familiarity with your air conditioner, you’re probably familiar with a substance called FREON. Keep reading to learn more about it and why some people are wondering if it will still be around in future generations. What is FREON? FREON is an odorless gas that is also referred to as […] The post Is FREON Close to Being Obsolete for AC Systems? appeared first on American Hea...

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  • 5 Tips to Lower Humidity in Your Home

    Excessive humidity levels have a direct effect on our bodies and our homes. In addition to causing discomfort, high humidity can also trigger allergies and disrupt your family’s way of life and well-being. Damp conditions are also ideal for mold growth, which can quickly wreak havoc on your home. Read on to discover some practical […] The post 5 Tips to Lower Humidity in Your Home appeared first o...

  • How Much Should a New HVAC System Cost?

    The climate control system in your home or workplace is arguably one of the most crucial features of the building. If the heater or air conditioner isn’t working well due to age or mechanical faults, you’re most likely feeling uncomfortable with the indoor climate. Rather than scheduling and paying for ongoing repairs, you may realize […] The post How Much Should a New HVAC System Cost? appeared f...

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  • What is Hydronic Heating?

    If you’re tired of having dry, itchy skin in the winter, you might want to consider switching to hydronic heating. Also known as radiant heating, this type of system uses water instead of forced air to convey heat. Typically warmed by a boiler, the water is carried through pipes in the walls, floors, baseboards and/or […] The post What is Hydronic Heating? appeared first on American Heating and Ai...

  • Should You Invest in a Wi-Fi Thermostat?

    In today’s high-tech world, it seems like every electronic gadget is “smart.” From phones to cars to watches, nearly every device has the capacity to connect, automate and (ideally) to simplify. The HVAC industry is staying abreast of the tech trend by offering Wi-Fi thermostats, such as The Nest and the Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat. […] The post Should You Invest in a Wi-Fi Thermostat? appear...

  • The Candidates & Energy Policy

    Whether you’re interested in the cost savings or the environmental benefits of energy efficiency (or both), chances are energy consumption is on your radar during this election year. Energy policy is an important issue in the upcoming election, with each candidate presenting a different platform for energy efficiency and cost savings. But what do these […] The post The Candidates & Energy Policy a...

  • 4 Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Fall

    That chill in the morning air gives it away: fall is here to stay. Are you ready for the big change? Whether you’re gearing up the kids for school or packing away your summer clothes, a lot goes into preparing for the change of the seasons. It’s easy to fall behind the season, so here […] The post 4 Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Fall appeared first on American Heating and Air Conditioning.

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