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Heat pumps work much like air conditioners, and they will often run into the same problems that ACs have. They also have a few unique problems because of their ability to work as both heating and cooling systems. Below, we’ve put together a list of five common heat pump problems you might encounter. This will help you recognize them.
It’s not always easy to know when you need to schedule professional heating repair because of a faulty heating system. Yes, if your heater doesn’t come on at all, you’ll know something is wrong. But often problems with heating systems start small. You have to know what to look for. Spotting these troubles early makes it easier for professionals to repair them and prevent more serious troubles later on, such as your heater failing when you need it the most.
Below, we’re going to look at five key ways you can tell your heater needs professional repairs.
At Associated Heating & Air Conditioning, we love to give back to the community we serve in a variety of ways each year! We are so excited to announce that we are hosting a clothing drive for 4J and Bethel School Districts starting next week! Associated Heating & Air Conditioning will collect new and gently used clothing items for ages 0-21 years old in our office from February 12-23, 2024! If you’d like to get involved, there are two ways that you can give back to kids in our community!
When it comes to home comfort, few systems rival the efficiency and effectiveness of forced air heating. If you’re considering replacing your traditional heating system, forced air heating is a great option. Of course, choosing the right system for your home is essential, as it will also impact your energy bills. This is an economical, cost-effective, and reliable solution, which will be a great addition to your home!
In the hustle and bustle of daily life, your electrical panel is often out of sight, out of mind. However, neglecting to properly maintain it can lead to potential hazards and headaches down the road. At Associated Heating & Air Conditioning, we have a full service Electrical Division available for all of your power needs. This includes checking the condition of an electrical panel, inspecting connections and wiring for corrosion, testing for proper grounding and bonding, verifying the operation of safety devices, and ensuring compliance with industry codes and regulations.
When the temperatures are cold outside, having heat indoors is absolutely essential. One of the most important components of your HVAC system is the condensate drain line. When heat is being produced from your furnace, it will create moisture. The condensate line is responsible for draining the moisture outdoors and out of your home.
You know you need a new heating system installed, but now that you have the option, you’re considering a new type of heater. Maybe you’re sick of having a boiler, or the thought of ductless heating excites you. Either way, you need to keep the chills at bay, and you’re curious about how long each system takes to install.
Your home’s wiring degrades over time, but the signs of it may not always be on the nose. If you avoid rewiring your home when it’s needed, it can increase the risk of an electrical fire, which is why it’s important to take it seriously right from the start. Here’s how to know if you need electrical wiring in Junction City, OR.
We are blown away by the amazing team we have at Associated Heating & Air Conditioning! One of the ways we celebrate them all year long is through our Employee of the Month Award! At our monthly meeting, a new recipient is announced by the outgoing titleholder. They get to choose who they’d like to pass the title to. We love this approach because it ensures that the award remains employee-driven. It’s a fun way for the trophy to move throughout our company, from department to department.
As the winter chill sets in, it’s crucial to ensure that your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system are ready to handle the demands that cold weather bring. A well-maintained HVAC system not only keeps your home comfortable but also helps improve energy efficiency. We’ve created a comprehensive checklist for winter to ensure a cozy and cost-effective winter season.