Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for December, 2020

Special for Installing the Powerful iWave-R Air Purifier

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020

We know our customers are concerned about health in their homes now more than ever. We’re here to help, and right now we’re offering a special on the iWave-R air purifier: $750 with installation.

The iWave is one of the most powerful and effective residential air purifiers on the market, killing mold, bacteria and viruses that pass through it using an ionization process. It also reduces smoke, allergens, and odors from pets, cooking and VOCs, all without placing harmful ozone or other byproducts into the air.

Best of all, independent lab testing has proved that the iWave reduces a wide variety of pathogens in the air and on nonporous surfaces, including the novel coronavirus. (Read more about the results on coronavirus.)

Get in touch with us today to learn more details and to schedule installation service for an iWave-R air purifier.

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Electric Heating: Furnace vs. Heat Pump

Monday, December 21st, 2020

heating-elementNatural gas is the most common way to heat homes in the area. But natural gas isn’t an option for all homes, and some homeowners prefer an all-electric house because of concerns over possible safety hazards from natural gas. What options do homes without natural gas have when it comes to winter heating?

There are two main ones: the electric furnace and the heat pump. Both are common, but have different benefits and drawbacks. We’ll look at these pros and cons below and help to shed more light on making the choice between the two.

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Considering Radiant Heating? Here Are Some Pros and Cons

Monday, December 7th, 2020

radiant-heating-tubesWe offer HVAC service in Cincinnati, OH for a wide range of heating system types, including radiant heating systems. Radiant heating covers a type of heating that most people associate with boilers: water is heated in a boiler tank then pumped to different parts of the house where it heats up objects in rooms, such as radiators, baseboard heaters, or in-floor tubing. In-floor radiant heating is a popular option for new homes and remodels, and if you’re currently considering a new heating system for your house, radiant heating may be on the list.

But is it the right choice? The best way to find out is to call our heating experts for a consultation. We can help you navigate the choices to locate the right HVAC system for your house. 

Below we’re going to look at some of the basic pros and cons of residential radiant heating systems. This will help you start thinking about your options.

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