Shavitz Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for October, 2015

You Should Consider Installing a Boiler System This Fall

Monday, October 26th, 2015

Heating season is here, and for some of us that means it’s time to consider installing a new heating system for our homes. If you’re one of those homeowners looking for a new heating solution, consider installing a boiler system this fall. Let’s take a look at how a boiler system operates, and how it can benefit you.

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Why You Need Duct Repair This Fall

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Heating season is here, and most of us are going to be using our heating systems on a daily basis for the next few months. That means that it’s a good idea to take steps to get your home ready for winter now, before the worst cold weather hits. One of the most important preparations that you can take is to have your ducts repaired. Unfortunately, far too few homeowners know why this is so important. Let’s take a look at how duct repairs can both make your home more comfortable and save you money in the process.

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Ductless Problems to Be Aware of This Fall

Monday, October 12th, 2015

As we get deeper into the heating season, you are going to start relying on your heating system more and more. No matter what heating system you have, you need to be aware of the different issues that can affect it over time. If you have a ductless heating system installed in your home, keep an eye out for signs of different problems. Let’s go over a couple of those problems now, and the symptoms that they cause.

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Furnace Issues to Watch for This Season

Monday, October 5th, 2015

We are now moving into heating season, which means it is time to start keeping an eye out for potential problems with your heating system. If you are one of those homeowners with a furnace, as is the case with most people, read on for a list of some of the more common furnace problems. If you notice any of these issues affecting your furnace, call for repairs as soon as you can.

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