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Burgeson's Heating & Air Conditioning Blog

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality and Remove Pesky Allergens

When you think of air pollution, you probably think of smog lingering in a big city. Poor air quality may be closer to home than you think, though. If you’re not taking proper precautions, you may be breathing in allergens and pollutants right inside your home. 

Indoor pollutants can enter your home in a variety of ways. While typical house dust is common, cleaning products, new furniture, and visitors can all bring in pollutants that decrease your home’s air quality. Mold, dust mites, and pet dander can also become irritating. This can make you and your family sick or even cause serious health problems.

Is Your Heater Energy Efficient? – 3 Ways to Find Out

Heating your home can be expensive. If you’re not careful, you can end up paying a shocking energy bill. 

While properly controlling your heat throughout the winter can help you lower your energy bills, it still may not be enough. If your heater is not energy efficient, it can feel like you’re burning cash just to stay warm. 

Winter Heating Tips - 5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for the Cold

With some cooler days and chilly nights, our homes become a warm and cozy getaway. To get the best performance from your heating system, it is important to ensure your home is properly prepared.

What Can You Expect When You Upgrade Your HVAC System?

As a homeowner, you’re probably always thinking of ways to keep your household running efficiently. This includes maintaining your heating and air conditioning system. When you follow the right maintenance schedule, your HVAC system can last 10 – even 15 – years!

Why You Need An HVAC Maintenance Contract

Professionally maintaining your HVAC system can help you save money and taking measures to keep your heating and cooling system running smoothly year round can also solve minor problems before they become major ones. 

Sustaining a regular HVAC maintenance schedule can be challenging. When there are many other items on your to-do list, it’s possible that some things may be overlooked. If that forgotten task happens to be your HVAC checkup, it could cost you. 

AC Coil Cleaning -- How Often Do You Need It?

Cleaning your air conditioning coils is probably a job you dread. However, if you want your AC to run smoothly and efficiently, you need to ensure the coils are cleaned well. Not only will dirty coils affect your unit's efficiency, but too much build up can cause your air conditioner to break down.

4 Tips for Lowing Your Heat Bill That Will Surprise You!

As the days start to get cooler, there are a number of things we can begin to look forward to again. From our favorite cozy sweaters to sipping a warm beverage by the fireplace, winter is all about finding ways to stay toasty. However, this also means higher heating bills. 

Getting an astronomical heating bill can put a serious damper on your winter season. Luckily, there are a few easy (and surprising!) things you can do to lower your expenses and save some cash. 

1. Program Your Heating 

Heating Tips: A Guide to Safely Heating Your Home In The Winter

As the days start to get cooler, you’re probably preparing to turn your heating system on for the season. However, before you turn your heat on, you want to ensure your system is fully prepared to begin running again.

How Does a Thermostat Work?: Temperature Setting Tips to Save Energy

If your home is feeling too warm or too cool, you probably head straight to your thermostat to address the problem. With just the press of a button, you can send warm or cold air circulating throughout your home. As the main control of your home’s temperature, your thermostat allows you to communicate with your heating and cooling system.

   However, that’s about where most people stop thinking about it.

HVAC Tips: 6 Ways to Minimize Strain On Your AC System

During certain times of the year, your HVAC system is working overtime to keep you and your family cool. But not to worry, if you have the proper equipment, your system should be able to handle the heat. It’s never a bad idea, however, to do what you can to reduce strain on your system which will ultimately help maintain its longevity and efficiency. Below we’ve compiled six tips for keeping your system working effectively and efficiently in maintaining cool temps inside of your home.