DB Heating & Cooling, Inc. Blog : Archive for February, 2016

4 Things to Check Before Calling for Heating Repair

Monday, February 29th, 2016

When your heater breaks down, you hope there’s something you can do to keep from paying a service charge to a technician. However, most of the time, attempting to fix the heater on your own could be unsafe and it may be much more hassle than it’s worth. Calling a friendly local technician who knows what to do is well worth the cost—but not if there’s something simple you could have checked out first.

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How to Reduce the Strain On Your Heating System

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

The more your heating system has to work, the more likely it is to break down suddenly. Your heater suffers quite a bit of wear and tear through the season, especially once temperatures reach extreme lows, but you want to do whatever possible to minimalize this wear and tear so that your heating system does not fail without warning.

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3 Things You May Not Know about Heat Pumps

Monday, February 15th, 2016

A heat pump is just like your standard central air conditioning system, aside from a few major changes that allow it to heat as well. We often recommend heat pumps to homeowners searching for a new comfort system, but we find that a large number of our customers do not know much about them. Here, we offer 3 pieces of information that may be new to you. Learn more about heat pumps below!

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5 Steps for Making Sure Your Heater Is Safe

Monday, February 8th, 2016

A heating system is a necessity in our area, and natural gas is often the least expensive and easiest fuel to use with a home heater. However, a gas-powered, forced-air heating system can also raise some health and safety concerns. Learn how your system can remain as safe as possible from our guide.

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A Quick Guide to Upgrading a Heating System

Monday, February 1st, 2016

Your whole-home heating system is vital to your comfort, and has been there for you for years. But of course, any system’s time will come. The experts at DB Heating & Cooling, Inc have all of the information you need to know about when and how to upgrade your whole-house heater.

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