Get Your Heating System Shipshape For Bad Weather

February 23, 2019

Oklahoma weather can be unpredictable, you don’t want to find yourself dealing with HVAC problems when freezing temperatures hit. The time to review your heating system is before disaster strikes. This past week we have seen temperatures drop to 14 degrees Fahrenheit. We at TS Heat & Air provide the best Oklahoma HVAC maintenance solutions in Oklahoma City, Moore/Norman, Yukon and beyond. Timely repairs or maintenance by experts help ensure your system provides great service through all weather conditions. Maintenance will also save you a considerable amount of hassle and unnecessary expenses in the long term. Regular

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Why You Need to Fix Your Damaged Ductwork

January 25, 2019

Why Fix Ductwork on Time? While carrying out Oklahoma heating system maintenance, we at TS Heat and Air have seen exactly how damaged HVAC ducting can impact comfort in a home or commercial establishment. Deferring a repair job makes it difficult and expensive to fix the damage, but there are a number of other negative effects that poor ductwork can have such as: Any kind of damage to the ductwork on your property can increase the contamination levels in the indoor spaces. This has an adverse impact on your health. Leaks in ductwork

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Common Signs Of Heating System Problems During Winter and How to Fix Them

December 29, 2018

As the temperatures in OKC drop, you just might find yourself facing some issues with your heating system. At TS Heat & Air we encourage our clients to always get their heating systems fixed as soon as they notice any signs of trouble. Any delay in getting HVAC repairs done on time will only affect the condition of the equipment further, causing you more hassles and expenses. Prompt action can help avoid all these things. Here are some common signs of heating system problems during winter and how to fix them: Strange Smells – A Warning

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When Is It Time To Replace Your Heat And Air System

November 27, 2018

When it comes to the mechanical components in machines, they are all co-related with one another. These parts are often designed to have a similar service life. This means, if anyone component fails (unless it’s distinctly isolated from the rest), there is a good chance that you will find yourself dealing with a number of other problems in the system. It’s the same with your HVAC system as well. Aspects to Consider Not only are these constant failures inconvenient, but the overall repair costs can burn a hole in your pocket. Ultimately, you will

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5 Common Furnace And Heating Issues

October 10, 2018

Once the winter temperatures set in, you will need to crank up the heat levels in your home. The last thing you want during the winter season is to deal with any furnace and heating issues. Regular HVAC Oklahoma maintenance by experts like the ones at TS Heat & Air is one of the best ways to ensure but you don’t have to deal with these problems during the colder months. Here we take a look at the top five furnace and heating issues that homeowners face: 1. Air Flow Issues The flow of air in your

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Signs That Your Heat Pump Needs To Be Replaced

September 24, 2018

A heat pump is a vital piece of equipment that facilitates speedier heat energy transfer from the source to its destination. Like most heat and air OKC systems, these are quite sturdy devices. But they can sometimes stop functioning as effectively as a need to and will require replacement. However, your system doesn’t really have to stop working entirely in order for you to decide whether you need to replace it. There are certain signs that indicate it’s time that the equipment is replaced: The Signs To Look Out For 1.

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The Importance Of Preventive Air-Conditioning Maintenance

August 20, 2018

The OKC HVAC system in your home is one of the most used equipment on your property. However, this can function well only if it is maintained with regularity. It is also important to carry out preventive air-conditioning maintenance. There are a number of benefits to doing so. 1. Saves You Money Regular HVAC Oklahoma maintenance helps reduce the risk of expensive breakdowns by 95%. It also helps the system run at almost peak efficiency which means you can save up to 30% on your energy bills. When you get your air conditioning system

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Why You Should Use A Programmable Thermostat For Your HVAC System

June 24, 2018

Today, it’s common knowledge that setting the thermostat in your home to a slightly higher temperature when you aren’t in the house, will help save you money. While this is true, most average households have very busy and rushed mornings and people tend to forget turning the thermostat higher before leaving the house. Programmable Thermostat- The Benefits Since this is a common occurrence, one of the best ways to solve the problem is to get a programmable thermostat installed in your home. There are a number of benefits to getting this device, such as:

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How Air Quality Is Better In A Cool Environment

June 13, 2018

People often underestimate the importance of having the right type of air-conditioning system on their property. Having comfortable indoor spaces is about ensuring that you have the right HVAC systems installed in your home or commercial establishment. There are times when the climate in Oklahoma can get very hot and oppressive. A hot and dry environment also has a larger amount of dust floating around in the air. Without the right type of air purification and HVAC system installed on your property, the dust can also get into the indoor spaces and impact its quality. When

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5 Tips To A Cool Home This Summer

May 15, 2018

1. Keep Windows Closed Keeping windows closed can ensure hot air from outdoors doesn’t slip inside your home. You should also keep the blinds or curtains closed around noon as light can transfer some heat as well. A combination of closed windows with blinds will help reduce indoor air temperature considerably. 2. Ceiling Fans These are found in homes all over the world and most people don’t realize just how beneficial the devices can be. Most fans can spin clockwise or counterclockwise. The clockwise setting is ideal for winters as it

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