NOW IS THE TIME TO GET THAT A/C WORKING PROPERLY

NOW IS THE TIME TO GET THAT A/C WORKING PROPERLY

The Value of a Spring Tune-Up

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Having your air conditioning system inspected and tuned up now, before the heat of summer arrives, can set your mind at ease and give you the peace of mind you need to make it through the cooling system in comfort and style. Instead of hoping your air conditioning unit will make it through another summer season, you can be sure it will.

You may not be able to spot small problems with your air conditioning system, but an experienced cooling technician can. Those expert technicians will know exactly what to look for, and when they find a problem they can fix it fast. ,before your A/C stops working on the hottest day of the year.

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WARM DAYS, COOL NIGHTS GIVE YOUR HVAC A WORKOUT

WARM DAYS, COOL NIGHTS GIVE YOUR HVAC A WORKOUT

The changeable temperatures can make your HVAC system work extra hard to give you consistent indoor comfort.

It’s your turn to be comfortable in YOUR home again!
Let the team of experts at Advance Heating and Cooling help you with your Air Conditioning Repair or Furnace Repair in Columbus and all throughout Central Ohio.
Our highly-trained and friendly staff are here to help you get, and stay comfortable, in your home. We are a furnace repair company in Columbus and AC repair company in Columbus that cares about its customers!

IT’S TIME TO BE COMFORTABLE IN YOUR COMFORT-ZONE!

IT’S TIME TO BE COMFORTABLE IN YOUR COMFORT-ZONE!

Nobody should be cold in their home.

 

Stop WISHING that you were comfortable!  It’s time to be comfortable in your Comfort-Zone! Nobody should be cold in their home.

Visit our site or call Advance Heating and Cooling at 614-321-4756 today!

 

 

Cold In Columbus? Have Advance Repair your Furnace, FAST!

Cold In Columbus? Have Advance Repair your Furnace, FAST!

The Top 10 (Of Many) Reasons Why Advance Heating and Cooling Should Be The #1 Choice for Your Furnace Replacement Company in Columbus, Ohio & Surrounding Areas.

Prompt, Professional HVaC Repair Service for Columbus

Advance Heating and Cooling is a reliable furnace replacement company in Columbus that specializes in proper HVAC repair for all of Franklin and Licking Counties. Why should you hire us instead of the other guys? We could write you a novel, but you’re busy, and we aren’t writers, we’re reliable HVAC service technicians.

Here are the top ten reasons you should hire the experienced HVAC technicians at Advance Heating and Cooling:

  1. We know that honesty is the best policy, so we won’t lie to you or upcharge you some insanely high amount of money out of nowhere.
  2. We are fully licensed, bonded and insured, so you can be confident in the quality of our work as your furnace replacement company in Columbus.
  3. We’re certified in technical services and guarantee parts and labor, and we know our stuff.
  4. We are qualified repair technicians that have the all of the relevant skills, experience and advanced tools to fix even the most challenging of HVAC problems. We have a long track record of being a reliable and fast furnace replacement company in Columbus, Ohio. Ask around, or check out the Customer Reviews on our website for the proof.
  5. We offer you viable solutions at the lowest competitive prices. We will work with you.
  6. If your system needs to be replaced, we offer you a free estimate so you can be sure you won’t break your budget while trying to fix your furnace.
  7. We are friendly, helpful, and can explain to you in layman’s terms what needs to be done. Just because we have been trained to know what enthalpy is, we understand that you may not, and we are happy to help!
  8. We provide emergency services, no matter what day or time it is, with no overtime charges. This just one of the reasons why we are such a highly recommended furnace replacement company in Columbus.
  9. We like to get things done so that you can go back to doing the same. With our extensive repair experience, our technicians can identify the root causes of your HVAC problem quickly in order to solve it for you faster.
  10. We have the proper know-how to address your issues no matter what brand of heating or cooling system you have.

Call us today at 614-321-4756, and don’t forget to ask about our offers and discounts for an even better price!

10 Smart Ideas to Heat your Home for Less

10 Smart Ideas to Heat your Home for Less

Budget-Friendly Ideas to Save on Home-Heating costs

(BPT) – As cooler temperatures begin to sweep the nation, homeowners are turning on their heat for the first time in months. With every degree increase on the thermostat, utility bills follow suit.

A warm, comfortable home shouldn’t cost you a small fortune. Luckily, there are some simple strategies for combating the chill while lowering heating costs at the same time.

Change the filters
The summer and fall months are a prime time for airborne allergens and microbes, which can clog furnace filters and inhibit airflow. This makes your furnace work harder and in turn, costs you more. Change your filters monthly to help open airflow and save money.

Embrace the sun
Want to help heat your home for free during the winter? Pay attention to the sun. Try opening curtains on south-facing windows and the radiant heat from the sun will help naturally heat your home. Just remember to close them at night to keep out the evening chill.

Use a programmable thermostat
You can save up to 10 percent a year on heating and cooling by simply adjusting your thermostat 7-10 degrees Fahrenheit for 8 hours a day, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Use a programmable thermostat to change the temperature for time periods you are sleeping or away from home. Some air conditioning systems can be controlled remotely through a smartphone app like “Smart AC,” which works seamlessly with LG duct-free systems, allowing the homeowners to wirelessly connect, control and monitor the temperature through an easy-to-use smartphone app.

Consider installing a duct-free mini-split system to provide zoned heating
Instead of moving air through ductwork as central heating and air conditioning systems do, duct-free systems deliver warm conditioned air directly into a room. Duct-free systems like those from LG provide high-performance zone heating, allowing homeowners to keep their bedrooms toasty warm at night when it’s frigid outside, while turning the heat down (or off!) in the rest of the home to help save energy.

Clear heat registers
One common mistake homeowners make is covering heat registers with furniture, toys or other items that block the heat flow. To improve heating efficiency, inspect all heat registers in your home and remove anything that’s blocking them.

Seal leaks and lock windows
Phantom heat loss is a huge energy drain. Test for leaks by using a flashlight to see if light filters through cracks or try pulling a dollar bill through. Then, seal air leaks around utility cut-throughs, chimneys and recessed lights with spray foam. Use caulk and weather stripping to seal windows and doorway drafts. Don’t forget to close and lock windows and doors. Locking pulls the components tight against the weather-stripping to block cold air from entering the home.

Consider installing an Energy Star certified heating system
Energy Star certified energy-efficient products provide superior performance while saving energy to help lessen the impact on the world around us. The EPA Energy Star program identifies heating and cooling products that are energy efficient and can save you money.

Use your fireplace wisely
The warmth and ambiance of a wood-burning fireplace are hard to beat on a chilly day. But to ensure you don’t lose valuable heat when the fireplace is not in use, always remember to close the damper when the fire is completely out.

Fill attic insulation
When was the last time you checked your attic’s insulation? Heat rises – so if you don’t have proper insulation in your attic, you’re losing money. Start by checking to make sure insulation is evenly spread throughout your attic. Then, visit energy.gov/energysaver/insulation to learn recommended insulation amounts for your region.

Lower your water heater temperature
Water heating accounts for about 18 percent of the energy consumed in your home, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Consider setting your water heater to a lower setting of 120 Fahrenheit and you’ll still enjoy hot showers without a utility bill that will scald you.