Covenant Heating and Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Brentwood’

Tips for Switching from Heating to Cooling

Monday, May 6th, 2024
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It’s that time of year: you don’t need your heat anymore, and you’ll be needing your AC very soon. Don’t get too busy enjoying the gorgeous Tennessee springtime. There are things you should be doing! Here’s our checklist of tips on how to make a smooth transition from heating season to cooling season with your HVAC system.

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Troubleshooting Your Malfunctioning Furnace

Monday, March 25th, 2024
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It might not be winter anymore, but there are still some chilly spring nights yet to come before we’re able to shut down our furnaces completely for the season. If you’re having heating trouble, you will need to get it sorted out or you’ll be in for some chilly discomfort! But wouldn’t it be nice if you could sort out the problem yourself without needing to get repairs done?

For your safety and the wellbeing of your furnace, actual heating repairs must be done by a qualified professional. But before you decide you require the services of a heating technician, there are some things you should investigate on your own. Follow this handy furnace troubleshooting checklist, and you might be able to resolve your own heating malfunction without any assistance.

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A Tankless Water Heater for Valentine’s Day

Monday, February 12th, 2024
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What should you get your beloved for Valentine’s Day? Roses and chocolates? Too boring and ordinary. A restaurant dinner or a romantic weekend getaway? Over too soon. What will make your beloved’s life better, last a long time, and really be worth the investment? How about a tankless water heater for Valentine’s Day?

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AFUE Ratings for Furnaces: What Do They Mean?

Monday, December 18th, 2023
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When shopping for a new furnace, there are a lot of things to consider. Many homeowners understandably focus on the upfront cost of purchasing a furnace and its installation cost. 

It’s easy to let this initial cost be the only thing you take into consideration when for many homeowners, a new furnace is a huge expense. The natural inclination will be to want to spend as little money as possible. 

But doing so could potentially cost you more money in utilities for the 10-15 years that you own it. Let’s look at some other factors to consider besides the purchase price when it’s time for furnace installation in Brentwood, TN.

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New Year’s Resolutions & Your Home’s Electrical System

Monday, November 20th, 2023
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New Year’s resolutions often have to do with personal health with exercising more and eating less often on the top of the list. When it comes to personal safety, electrical safety in the home is one that most people spend very little time thinking about.

Every home has an electrical system with the potential to cause electric shock, fires, injuries, and even death. In fact, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 50,000 fires are caused by faulty electrical systems in US homes every year.

So why not make some resolutions to help ensure your home’s safety for you and your family? Here are 4 resolutions to make for your home’s electrical system in the New Year.

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Get Cozy this Winter with a Ventless Fireplace

Monday, September 25th, 2023
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There’s just something about a fireplace that brings a type of ambiance and coziness you won’t find in any other type of heating system. For homeowners who want to increase their home’s aesthetics while also adding a valuable source of heat, consider a ventless fireplace. These can be easily added to just about any home even if you don’t have a chimney.

We install a wide range of Superior Fireplaces® Vent-Free gas logs. Also known as ventless fireplaces, these gas logs are a safe way to provide an additional heat source while creating the unbeatable feeling that comes from gathering around a fireplace. Read on to learn the benefits of ventless fireplaces.

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Are Standby Generators the Next Must-Have Home System?

Monday, June 19th, 2023

What do color televisions, air conditioners, and personal computers have in common? At one time in history, they were considered “luxury items” but are now commonplace in homes. As their technology increased and the cost went down, more and more households decided these were items they couldn’t live without. 

Standby generators are another home system that’s increasingly being seen as essential. No matter the cause, it’s a fact that the number of natural disasters and heat waves in areas that have never experienced extreme temperatures is increasing every year. 

And with additional demand on power grids and rolling blackouts, homeowners are experiencing more days–not just hours–without electricity than ever before. Let’s look at why standby generators are being considered the next must-have home system.

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Why Are NATE and EPA Certified Technicians Important?

Monday, March 27th, 2023

When your home needs AC replacement or heating replacement, how do you know what to look for in an HVAC contractor? Many homeowners know that they should choose a company whose technicians are licensed and insured. But what other qualifications should you look for in your search for an HVAC replacement?

You may have heard of the terms “NATE certified” and “EPA certified” or come across them in your search. When we say we strongly encourage you to hire a company with these designations, we’re not just doing so because our technicians are NATE- and EPA-certified. These designations really are surefire signs that you’ve found a reputable, knowledgeable HVAC contractor and here’s why.

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The Struggle Is Real: Is Your Furnace Worn Down?

Monday, February 13th, 2023
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You’re having issues with your furnace and you’re not sure what to do about it. It’s working, but not working well. When deciding whether it’s time to call for furnace repair in Brentwood, TN, there are a lot of reasons why homeowners hesitate. They’re not sure that the problem requires a timely repair or they could be worried it’s due for a replacement. 

When it’s not something major like your heater not turning on, it’s easy to ignore the subtle signs that your furnace’s performance is suffering. Let’s go over the factors that are usually taken into account when we’re determining if your furnace would be better off getting repaired or being replaced. Hopefully, that’ll eliminate any fears you have when contemplating scheduling service.

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The Importance of Water Heater Maintenance

Monday, December 19th, 2022

Having access to hot and cold water is one of those things that homeowners can easily take for granted. The assumption is that it’ll always be there when they need it. But the moment something goes wrong, it wreaks havoc in the home. 

Access to clean, hot water isn’t a luxury; it’s a necessity not just for your home comfort, but for your health and hygiene as well. There’s nothing worse than being halfway through a shower when the water turns ice cold, especially in the winter. Lack of hot water affects other areas of your home such as your ability to effectively wash your hands and sterilize your dishes.

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