Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for August, 2016

Signs Your Water Heater Needs Replacement

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

Hot water is one of those comforts you need throughout the year, not just in the winter. Still, winter would be a terrible time for a water heater breakdown. There’s no way you want to take a cold shower in the winter. And, in some cases, pipes can even freeze.

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Is It Time to Replace Your Heater?

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Heating season is right around the corner, whether we’re ready or not. And if your heating system is not ready, you can run into all sorts of problems come wintertime. Is your heater nearing the end of its life? Now is the time to schedule replacement, to avoid the rush of winter and make sure that your family is comfortable throughout the season.

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How Humidity Affects Your Air Conditioning System

Monday, August 15th, 2016

The humidity in the air is not limited to the outdoors. If there’s a high amount of water vapor in the outdoor air, it’s probably carrying over to the indoors as well. And, if you don’t take care of it, the humidity could affect your air conditioner as well. Read about two common problems caused by high levels of moisture in the air in the guide below, then check out how you can maintain your system to prevent these issues.

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Upgrade to Energy Efficient AC Equipment Today

Monday, August 8th, 2016

We don’t want you to compromise on your home comfort. That’s why we install energy-efficient comfort equipment that helps you to save money over the years and offers a level of performance beyond what you would expect. It’s also why we offer financing option. We hope that local homeowners don’t feel stuck with inefficient HVAC equipment, so read on to learn how you can save with high-efficiency AC units.

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How Dirty AC Coils Affect Your Cooling

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Wondering why your air conditioner is not operating very efficiently in the middle of the summer? There could be a number of reasons for low efficiency and poor performance from your cooling system, but one of the most common is actually something that’s relatively easy to fix. Learn about how dirty AC coils make your air conditioner run less efficiently—and what these coils are meant to do—below.

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