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Heating System Efficiency: All You Need to Know

Posted by Howell's Heating & Air on September 18, 2020

Once the winter months draw nearer, your home energy bills are likely to skyrocket, especially if you don’t own an efficient heating system. If you are looking for a way to optimize heating and cut down your energy consumption, then getting a highly-efficient heating option is crucial

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Topics: hvac, Heat Pumps, furnace repair

What Is the Best Residential Heating Option?

Posted by Howell's Heating & Air on September 18, 2020

As the winter season approaches, it is time for homeowners to think about how to stay comfortable and warm during the coldest months of the year. If your heating system is aged or has broken down, you are probably looking for a suitable replacement that will keep your home cozy throughout the winter. 

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Topics: hvac, Heat Pumps, furnace repair

How Long Do Builder Grade Heat Pumps Last?

Posted by Howell's Heating & Air on December 19, 2017

The average life of a residential builder-grade heat pump is 14 years.

Commercial grade heat pumps tend to last a bit longer.

Less expensive, off-brand heat pumps do not last as long and tend to break down before the brand name models.

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Topics: Heat Pumps

Heat Pump Repair Vs. Replacement

Posted by Howell's Heating & Air on November 23, 2017

Anyone with an aging heating and cooling system is going to ask themselves, when is it time to replace a unit rather than repair it?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions of homeowners: When is it best to repair vs. replace? Often a heat pump doesn’t need to be replaced, but sometimes it does.

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Topics: Heat Pumps

How Many HVAC Units Do You Need In Your Home?

Posted by Howell's Heating & Air on June 16, 2016

It isn't uncommon to have multiple HVAC units installed in homes to help keep temperatures consistent.  It is especially helpful in larger homes or homes with multiple levels where it is harder to keep the upper floors cool in the summer.

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Topics: hvac, air conditioner, Financing, hanover heating and cooling, Heat Pumps, Cooling

What to Look for in a New Heat Pump

Posted by Howell's Heating & Air on April 29, 2016

Heat pumps are an efficient and energy saving way to provide heating and cooling to your home. Installing a new heat pump can save you between 25% and 50% on your utility bill. These systems not only heat your home in the winter by absorbing heat from outdoor air, they also provide cool air during the summer months by removing the heat from inside the home and recirculating cooler air.

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Topics: Financing, Geothermal, Heat Pumps, Cooling

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