Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for January, 2017

Boiler Kettling: What Is It? Should I Be Worried?

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Bang! Pop! Clank! We’ve heard homeowners describe a common boiler noise in many different ways, but it’s usually the same culprit: kettling.

Boiler kettling is something that has many causes and many solutions, but the fact remains that you should always have a professional heating technician provide the service it needs. This is the only person who knows just how to diagnose the issue and how to safely make repairs without causing further harm.

Still, it’s nice to know what may be the cause, and whether or not your home is in danger. Check out more on the basics of kettling in a boiler in the guide below.question-mark

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Get a New Heating System with 36 Months No Interest Financing

Monday, January 16th, 2017

If it feels like your heating system could break down at any moment, it’s not worth it to wait and see. While it may seem that a new heater is out of your budget, we may have some good news. Many of our customers qualify for financing, and we’re offering a special deal. For those who qualify, we’re offering 36 months of financing with no interest for a limited time only.

Not sure if you need a new heater? Not sure if this is the right offer for you? Check out today’s post and call our friendly team for more information.

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How to Lower Your Heating Bills

Monday, January 9th, 2017

Heating bills in Hamilton, OH can spiral out of control rather quickly. You can lower your heating bills, however, for a long time to come when you take the right steps to keep your heater running in the most efficient ways. Check out our tips, and call our experts to schedule an appointment today.

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3 Things to Know about Replacing an Older Furnace

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

We do not recommend keeping a furnace around for longer than about 15 years. Some can still run just fine after this point, but that doesn’t mean it’s safe. After this time, furnaces struggle to work efficiently, and the safety switches may not work properly. If it’s just about time for your new furnace, we have advice that may help you know a little bit more about the transition.

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