When the heating system stops working in a home, the phone call that heating contractors get often goes as follows: “I think my thermostat stopped working. We’re not getting any heat.” Of course, the thermostat has electrical components, which means it could fail at some point in time. However, of all the components of your heating system, could the thermostat really be at fault?
Boehmer Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for February, 2016
We don’t want you to feel like you have to shiver under some blankets just to save some money on your monthly bills. If your heating bills seem way too high this year, it could just be that you haven’t taken the right steps to get the problem under control.
You’re in the market for a brand new heating and cooling system. Maybe it’s because the old one has finally broken down. Maybe you’re worried about the efficiency of your current system. Or perhaps you’ve just purchased a new home, and you’d like to compare your options. If you own the land surrounding your property, installing a high-efficiency geothermal heating and cooling system may be possible. But is it the right choice for your home?
In our area, we cannot go for very long without a working heating system. When the heater breaks down, you need it to start working again ASAP, especially if there are seniors or small children in the home, and if you have no alternative means of keeping warm. So what can you do when your heater breaks down in the middle of the night?
The heating and air conditioning industry is one that’s often changing. New technologies allow for better efficiency and greater home comfort. The smart thermostat has changed the industry for the better, and more and more homeowners are thinking about how they manage their energy usage, leading to an increased demand for efficient products.