One of the benefits of the cooler fall air is that we experience the first frost. While many people may not be happy about this, allergy sufferers tend to rejoice. Why? The first frost kills off the flora and fauna that make fall allergies so challenging, reducing allergy symptoms. However, just because the cool air is here, and cold air is to follow, doesn’t mean you are out of the woods if one of your allergens is dust or pet hair. These kinds of allergies will affect you all the time, and if you have a forced air heating system, you’ll be trapped with these contaminants all winter long – unless you have a good air filter to capture them.
Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for October, 2015
No one likes taking a cold shower during the summer months, so just imagine that happening in the winter here in Oxford, OH. There can be a few reasons for your hot water heater not producing the hot water you need, but one of the best ways to avoid a scenario like this at all, no matter what type of hot water heater you use, is to schedule maintenance for your hot water heater. The experts at Bartels Heating & Cooling can help you properly maintain your hot water heater – all you have to do is call and schedule an appointment!
You may still be running the air conditioning in your commercial space, but the cool weather will be here shortly and the last thing you want to deal with is a heating problem. A poorly working commercial HVAC will directly affect your business. One of the best ways to avoid problems, particularly when the seasons change, is to schedule your 6-month commercial maintenance appointment. The commercial heating and cooling experts at Bartels Heating & Cooling are ready to help you – just give us a call!
It came quick: that chilly weather in the morning and the evenings, chilly enough to make you think about turning your heat on. Did you find yourself hesitating because you ended last heating season questioning whether or not your heating system was going to continue to run as needed? It may be time for replacement, and to help you determine this before the cold weather sets in, here are three factors to weigh: