DB Heating & Cooling, Inc. Blog : Archive for July, 2015

Why Isn’t My Heat Pump Cooling?

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Many homeowners with heat pump systems will sing the praises of the unit, and it’s understandable why. They are very energy efficient and can supply your home with both heating and cooling. However, if you’ve had the unfortunate experience of realizing that your heat pump isn’t cooling as needed, then you know that, like all other HVAC systems, your heat pump will need repair at some point. There are a few reasons that can cause your heat pump to have problems cooling your home:

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Why Your Air Conditioner Doesn’t Run Out of Refrigerant

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Many, if not most, electro-mechanical systems consume a fuel to work. Cars use gas, while many heating systems use oil, propane or natural gas. But when it comes to your air conditioner, the main chemical in the system – refrigerant – is not consumed. How, then, does it use refrigerant? Let’s take a look.

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What Are Some Benefits of Rooftop Units?

Monday, July 13th, 2015

As a business owner, you know how important it is to have a comfortable atmosphere in your work environment. We are in the heat of summer, and if it’s time to replace your aging commercial AC, you may want to consider a rooftop unit. However, it’s important to engage the help of a trained commercial air conditioning expert right from the start, and we have those experts here at DB Heating & Cooling. Call us today and let us help you keep your commercial space in Waldwick, NJ, cool and comfortable all summer long.

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How a Whole Home Dehumidifier Can Help You Beat the Heat This Summer

Monday, July 6th, 2015

It’s no secret that our summers can be hot and humid. While your air conditioning system dehumidifies as part of the cooling process, we can have stretches of humid weather that goes on for days. When this kind of prolonged period of high humidity sets in, your air conditioner will be challenged to keep up with demand and adequately cool your home. But there is one way you can help yourself and your AC: install and use a whole home dehumidifier.

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