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

Choices for a New Heating System

Monday, September 28th, 2015

Do you need to replace an outdated, failing heating system in your Allendale home? Then it’s time to give the heating experts at DB Heating & Cooling a call. There are several important steps involved in replacing an old heater, and one of those steps is choosing the new type of system you want. Homeowner’s have more choices than ever when it comes to installing a new heating system, and these are the types of systems we carry at DB Heating & Cooling:

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It’s Time to Get Your Heating System Ready for Winter with Annual Maintenance

Monday, September 21st, 2015

We know you still have sand on your flip flops from the beach, but the fall equinox is here; we’ve officially changed seasons. Before you know it we are all going to need sweaters to keep warm during the day, but your heating system needs something, too: annual maintenance. It doesn’t matter what type of heating system you have. Every heating system needs to be properly maintained in order to provide the heat you need throughout the winter months, and the experts at DB Heating & Cooling are here to provide your heating system with the expert maintenance it needs.

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Myths About Temperature Setting

Monday, September 14th, 2015

There is so much advice and so many suggestions about how to set your thermostat for maximum energy conservation that it can be overwhelming, and some of what you hear can even be contradictory. It is the information that is wrong that will cost you dollars in the end, so the cooling and heating experts from DB Heating & Cooling are here to help dispel some of the more common myths that abound around Mahwah, NJ:

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What Does My Air Conditioner’s Indoor Unit Do?

Monday, September 7th, 2015

If your air conditioning system is a traditional split central system, then you have two separate units of which the system is composed. These units, called the outdoor unit and indoor unit, work together to cool your home. It may seem that because your outdoor unit is more visible, and has a fan (the condenser fan) that works frequently, it is the outdoor unit really doing all the work. The truth is that the indoor unit provides one half of the cooling process, so without it, your home in Ramsey, NJ would cool at all.

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