Due to recent snowfall and more expected, we wanted to pass along a few tips for our customers who own heat pump systems.
You know it’s the holiday season when two of your favorites are together again: Howie the Bear and Santa Claus! Come all – young and old – to this timeless annual tradition held at our West Chester offices. Please feel free to call us at 513-777-7979 with any questions about this festive Christmas event.
Every year at about this time, you probably receive several direct mail pieces from every different Cincinnati area heating and cooling company telling you to schedule a furnace tune-up or a coupon for one. But what many companies fail to tell you (and the reason most of those offers are ignored) is exactly why a furnace maintenance is essential.
Hear Roy’s insights in this short radio spot with Hauser Air marketing director, Amanda Poling, on Cincinnati’s 93.3FM below.
You can celebrate our 40th anniversary, too! We are offering a $59 safety heating inspection to all of our local customers and raving fans. Check out our Specials page for details.
Call us at 513-777-7979 to schedule your safety heating inspection today.
Hauser Air marketing director, Amanda Poling, thanks our raving Cincinnati fans for voting us “Best of the North” winners three years in a row. Be our guest on October 17th at the Sharonville Convention Center, to vote Hauser Air as Best Heating and Air Company!
Click “play” to hear Amanda’s :30 second message below.
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Cold weather is coming, so it’s very important to think about scheduling your furnace inspection. An annual inspection ensures that your furnace will work when you need it and prevents costly emergency repairs and health risks in your home.
Having your furnace inspected or “tuned up” gives a technician an opportunity to check for possible issues and correct them before they turn into problems (or emergencies). Here are seven reasons why you should schedule your furnace inspection now.
1. If your A/C is not cooling enough, the easiest and most important thing you can do on your own is: check /change your filter. If this does not remedy the problem, Call for service. Note: there is a possibility that your A/C system may be doing all it can do during extreme heat conditions.
2. Air Conditioners must have a filter. The filter will be located inside your home either with the equipment or behind a grille inside your home perhaps a hallway. It is very important that the filter is changed or cleaned regularly in order to filter the air properly and prevent the indoor coil from getting dirty. 1″ filters=change every month; 2″ filters=change every 2 months; 4-5″ filters=change every 6-12 months. Filters will get dirtier faster if: there are multiple pets, there is a dusty outdoor environment such as dirt roads, fields, construction, etc; if carpets are infrequently vacuumed. We sell all types of filters and offer special savings on buying three. You can call the office to order yours at: (513) 777-7979. We recommend to keep them on hand to change. Continue reading
Ductless Heat Pumps are the most efficient heating and air conditioning system on the market. They are quiet, comfortable, and can help cut your homes heating bill up to 60%. With utility incentives and tax credits that can help pay for your homes upgrades, a Ductless Heating & Air Conditioning system is the perfect solution for you and your home.
A ductless heating and cooling systems consists of an outdoor unit, with one or more indoor air handling units typically mounted high on a wall or ceiling with individual remotes that control your system. Ductless units have the advantage of being zone systems which enable you to heat and cool the areas you want, which reduces your utility bills, savings up to 60%. Perfect for replacing electric heat, new construction, adding a room, or those hard to heat or cool areas such as an upstairs. Ductless Heat Pumps have a variable speed compressor, providing more efficient operation to match the heating and cooling needs of your house and ultra quiet fan which allows to have more even temperatures throughout your home. Continue reading
When it comes to environmentally friendly HVAC systems, geothermal heat pumps are a promising and increasingly popular option. Baby boomer customers are attracted to the energy savings geothermal HVAC systems offer. Millennials consider going geothermal because it’s better for the planet. In fact, geothermal is expected to supply 10 to 20 percent of the world’s energy by 2050. Geothermal HVAC and power systems use Earth temperature for heat exchange. While some areas of the country experiences extreme climates, temperatures underground remain constant.
Geothermal heat pumps are considered a form of high efficiency heat pump. These systems rely on heat transfers between the air and the ground to provide heating and cooling to homes and buildings. Two other forms of geothermal systems are direct use geothermal and deep and enhanced geothermal. Direct use geothermal systems are common in regions with volcanic or tectonic activity that results in naturally heated groundwater. In these systems, hot water is pumped to use in its current state or in heat exchangers to condition the air in the building. Continue reading