Covenant Heating and Cooling Blog: Archive for October, 2017

Caring for Your Heater: Avoid a Breakdown Later

Monday, October 30th, 2017

furnace with gas pipesWhen it comes to servicing your vehicle you use for everyday transportation, it probably doesn’t take a lot of convincing for you to go in for regular tune-ups, tire-rotations, and check-ups when you’re concerned something is amiss. After all, you can either change the oil now, or prematurely change the engine later!

So why wouldn’t you give the same attention to your heater? A big part of caring for your heating system and ensuring it works well for the years to come is investing in professional Nashville, TN HVAC services. One service in particular should never be neglected—and that’s maintenance. Required annually for most heating system (biannually for heat pumps) heating maintenance is a preventive service.

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Have You Scheduled Heating Maintenance Yet?

Monday, October 16th, 2017

service professional working on the inside of a heating systemWe’re officially in the throes of fall, and soon enough we’ll be graced with chillier temperatures. As a result, there are a few rather important Nashville, TN HVAC services to get on your schedule. One of these is your annual (or biannual, if you have a heat pump) heating maintenance appointment.

There are some basic maintenance jobs you can do on your own when it comes to your heating system. For instance, you should be changing your clogged or dirty air filter every 1-3 months. However, full maintenance that actually makes a difference in the performance and functionality of your heating system requires the services of a professionally trained heating technician.

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Why Your Next AC Installation Should be a Heat Pump

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

white question mark on blue background circle iconTypically, springtime is the season in which many homeowners get rid of their old air conditioners and invest in a Nashville, TN air conditioning installation. But if you were uncertain of whether or not to replace your air conditioner at the beginning of the cooling season, perhaps you’re thinking about it now, near the end.

If you are considering a new air conditioner, or even a new heater, sometime soon, then you would do well to consider a heat pump. Heat pumps operate on the same principles as air conditioning, but can be used as a heating system, too. Keep reading below to learn about how this works and what makes a heat pump a worthy investment for many homeowners.

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