Aspen Cooling & Heating, Inc. Blog : Archive for January, 2017

Reasons to Install a Heat Pump

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

If you’re in the market for a new heater or air conditioner, there’s an alternative model to the traditional type of heaters you might want to consider. Heat pumps use the principles of air conditioning to provide heating and cooling power in a single unit, which provides a number of benefits and advantages. As you make your deliberations, you might want to think about what a system can offer you.

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What Benefits Does an Electric Furnace Bring?

Monday, January 16th, 2017

Here in Carlsbad, CA, most homes use gas-fed furnaces to keep warm during the winter. We enjoy mild weather here on the coast, and gas-fed furnaces to the job with a minimum of fuss. But depending upon the circumstances, you may wish to trade in an older gas furnace for a similar model powered by electricity.

Gas furnaces use burners to heat the air, while electric models rely on heated coils powered by your home’s electrical grid. Every home is different of course and not every household can benefit from an electric furnace over a gas-fed one. If you’re in the market, however, it pays to at least give the advantages of electric heating a consideration.

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Steps in Selecting a New Heater

Monday, January 9th, 2017

If your heating system is on its last legs, you might want to start thinking about a replacement system now. Normally, one shouldn’t consider such an operation until the spring, when your Oceanside, CA home won’t have need of a new heating system and you can schedule the operation at leisure. But now is an excellent time to start considering your options, and in the event your aging heater can’t last those final few months, you may need to move quickly to install a new one.

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Reasons Your Furnace Overheats

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

The mild weather in Escondido, CA means that our winters are quite pleasant by and large, but that doesn’t mean much when your furnace overheats and shuts down. Most homes in the area use forced-air furnaces fed by gas, which is inexpensive and effective, but still runs the risk of overheating components. Modern furnaces will shut down automatically when that happens – sparing your system any damage – and if your furnace suddenly switches off for no reason, or continues to cycle on and off, you may be facing an overheated furnace.

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