Roy & Amanda Talk Summer Specials

93.3 radioIt’s getting hot out there! Now is a perfect time to take advantage of our summer specials.

Hauser Air marketing director, Amanda Poling, and company founder, Roy Hauser, are hitting the airwaves again in two new radio spots on Cincinnati’s 93.3FM below.

Our sizzling summer offers include:

  • FREE service call with repairs
  • FREE second opinions
  • A “Dust Fighting Combo” to help you breathe easier
  • …and we even have a new air conditioner for as low as $89/month!

Check out our Specials page for all current offers.

We are here to help and serve everybody, so give us a call today.

Did you know? As a Tempstar Elite® dealer, we’re the only company in town that can provide a 12-year, no hassle warranty. That means that if anything happens to your equipment within 12 years, your warranty starts over. And as a partner of Duke Energy®, we can show you how to apply for up to $550 back from Duke Energy…just for becoming more energy efficient!

Check us out on Facebook and remember to use #howsyourair to give us a shout-out on social media.

Ready to be cool? Call us at 513-777-7979 to schedule your free estimate today.


65-SECOND RADIO SPOT ON 93.3FM: “2019 Summer Specials”

65-SECOND RADIO SPOT ON 93.3FM: “12 Years, No Hassle Warranty”

Question: Why should I get an A/C Tune-up?

service manager Jim Webster

Hauser Air service manager, Jim Webster, has the answer!

This month’s question: “Why should I get an air conditioning tune-up?” is answered by our service manager, Jim Webster.

Jim’s answer: It depends on your needs and concerns. I like to look at my options using a pros and cons list, so I will provide that as follows…

Pros

  1. A clean coil equals $$$ saved both on life span of the system and conserving energy.
  2. Allows a professional to see your system and provide answers for any questions.
  3. Continued tune-ups allows us to give you an idea of the life left in all the components of the system. Which can allow time to financially prepare for any issues that may arise and hopefully keep you from an outage situation.
  4. Helps maintain factory warranties to assure that all repairs are made to their specifications.
  5. Provides peace of mind for the customer that the system is prepared during peak usage.
  6. Evaluation of the coolant level to help maintain peak operating performance.

Cons

  1. Cost of maintenance, although the money saved is worth the money spent.
  2. Scheduling, although our scheduling staff can generally meet your needs.

Thanks for the helpful info, Jim! It’s the perfect time of year for an air conditioning tune-up. Go ahead and schedule yours. To book your A/C tune-up, call a friendly Hauser Air representative at 513-777-7979 or contact us today!

Effects of Excessive Snow on Heat Pumps

snow on heat pumpDue to recent snowfall and more expected, we wanted to pass along a few tips for our customers who own heat pump systems.

Tips for Heat Pumps in Snow and Icy Conditions

1. Heat pumps draw air from the areas surrounding them (all four sides of the outdoor unit). It is important to clear these areas of snow and ice build up in order to allow air to freely reach the heat pump. This will allow the heat pump to operate as efficiently as possible and will alleviate strain on the heat pump.

2. If possible, the space (air gap) between the heat pump and the plastic or concrete pad that the unit itself sits on should be cleared of snow to allow for drainage.

3. Generally speaking, most heat pumps discharge air in an upward direction from the top of the unit. It is important to make sure that this area is clear of snow and ice to allow air to easily discharge (this is the air that is being drawn from the sides of the unit.

4.  DO NOT attempt to forcefully remove ice build up from any part of the heat pump. If you cannot remove snow or ice easily with a broom or brush, do not try to pry or chisel ice from the unit. Doing so could cause severe or irreparable damage to the heat pump.

5. If your heat pump is located in an area that is subject to exposure to melting snow and ice (such as underneath an overhang or gutter that may be frozen), check the unit repeatedly to ensure that ice has not built up inside the heat pump.

6. If you cannot clear the heat pump of snow and ice for any reason, switch the system to “Emergency Heat” at the thermostat. This will turn the heat pump off and engage electric resistance heaters that are located inside in order to provide heat for your home.  This is a more expensive mode of operation for a heat pump system, so we do not advise continuing in this mode for more than a few days. If at that time, the snow and ice around the heat pump has not melted, feel free to schedule a service call with Hauser Air and a technician from our service team will be happy to assist you.

Stay safe out in the snow! We’ll be here to keep you comfortable when you return inside.