Posted: Sep 12, 2017
With fall approaching, it’s time to prepare your home and HVAC system for the colder weather. Maintaining a healthy HVAC system will keep you warm this fall and winter and prevent any problems with your heating. Here are a few easy tips for fall HVAC maintenance and service.
Posted: Aug 11, 2017
The quality of the air we breathe in our home is important in so many ways. Over time, the quality of the air in our home can become polluted. You can greatly improve the quality of air inside the home by keeping clean filters and making sure your outside units are clean. You might also consider the use of an indoor air quality system. There are a number of benefits to managing your air quality, as follows:
Posted: Jun 12, 2017
A basic programmable thermostat can be a homeowner’s best friend. These handy tools give homeowners the ability to set heating and cooling preferences for comfort and increased savings. A 7- to 10-degree temperature change can lead to a 10% decrease (or increase!) in energy costs. With the right settings, you can get the most out of your heating and cooling system throughout the year.
Posted: Mar 7, 2017
As spring approaches, it’s the perfect time to prepare your cooling system for the warmer weather ahead. Take these steps to ensure you have the most energy-efficient summer possible, despite the Central Oklahoma heat. Try these tips from the heating and cooling experts at TS Heat & Air:
Posted: Feb 13, 2017
It can be easy to overlook your home’s air conditioning during the months it’s not in use. Believe it or not, winter may be the best time to consider having your air conditioner serviced. Experts suggest having your air-conditioning system serviced at least once annually and the timing can make a difference.
Posted: Jan 9, 2017
Your heat pump/furnace keeps you and your family safe from cold weather. No one wants to think about what it would be like without one, but sometimes failures happen. It’s important to be prepared before disaster hits in order to prevent personal harm. If furnace or heat pump failure does happen, preparedness will help you weather it.
Posted: Dec 29, 2016
As a homeowner, you may not know when it’s time to purchase a new air conditioning (AC) unit. Replacing your old unit is a difficult decision, especially if you think you’re getting a better deal by paying for repairs. However, the costs of repeated repairs on an inefficient, outdated unit could easily surmount to more than the price of a brand new unit. Understanding the warning signs of when to replace or repair your unit is the only way to make a smart, educated decision.
Posted: Dec 21, 2016
Central air conditioning (AC) systems have a range of impressive benefits over other types of units, but the most important advantage is cleaner indoor air. Most units don’t efficiently remove harmful contaminates from the air as they operate, leaving them to circulate throughout your home. Central AC systems have advanced filters that keep your indoor air fresh and clean. With central AC, you can rest assured knowing your family is breathing in a clean environment.
Posted: Nov 20, 2016
Many people know that we’ve been a long-time proud authorized dealer of Lennox Air products, but have you ever wondered why we chose that particular brand? Well, the obvious reason is that it’s because we believe it to be one of the best, but here is why:
Posted: Oct 28, 2016
Last year we wrote a post addressing the question of whether or not you may need a new furnace, and as you can see, there are times that a furnace replacement is required. That said, you can prolong the life of your furnace by having it properly serviced. This post is intended to tell you what goes on in when your local HVAC company properly services your modern-day furnace.
Posted: Sep 27, 2016
One of the most common questions that an HVAC professional can get is “Why is my air conditioning unit blowing hot air?” In reality, there are myriad reasons why this could be happening, but we’ve got five common causes to share that may save you a goodly amount of time and money.
Posted: Aug 25, 2016
When people complain about the summer temps, they often say, “It’s not the heat. It’s the humidity.” That’s true, and it definitely makes life a little less comfortable for a solid three or four months, but that’s not the only effect the excess moisture in the atmosphere has. As the humidity outside rises, indoor humidity does, as well, unless it’s controlled. This can cause your family to feel hotter and experience sleep problems, and it also leads to mold growth, swelling and deteriorating wood, and rust or other oxidation issues.