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- Geothermal Heating and Cooling FAQ
- How to Choose an Air Conditioning Unit
- How to Prevent Air Conditioners from Overheating
- How A Home Will Benefit from A Zone Control System
- How to Clean My Home’s Humidifier
- Residential Gas Line Installation FAQ
Did you know the answer to heating and cooling your home could be underneath your feet? In Michigan, the underground temperature hovers around 50 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. Ground source heat pumps then transfer heat energy from your home or commercial building to the underground and vice versa. Water source heat pumps transfer heat from your building to a nearby pond or lake.
The cost of central air conditioning installation usually runs between $3,700 and $7,000. Since air conditioners are an investment in your home, it makes sense that you would want to do your research before spending your hard-earned money. A licensed Grand Rapids air conditioner technician will be able to help you pick the best air conditioner for your budget and home cooling needs.
Does your air conditioner shut off unexpectedly? If so, you may be dealing with an air conditioner that’s overheating. Air conditioners overheat when they are unable to run efficiently. This means that they have to work harder than usual in order to kick out the same amount of cool air. For safety reasons, your air conditioner is designed to shut off if it overheats.
Many homeowners are unfamiliar with a zone control system or even how they may impact the comfort levels within a home. However, if used properly, having one of these zoning systems installed would benefit a homeowner in a variety of different ways, including saving money on your home’s utility bills. The residential heating and cooling contractors at Haisma Heating & Cooling want to help you and your loved ones find comfort within your own home!
Did you know that you could be breathing in mold, mildew, and bacteria during the time it took you to read this? If you are like most homeowners, you are concerned with the air quality in your home. However, if your home humidifier goes too long without a thorough cleaning, you could be contaminating your air with the very appliance meant to purify it.
As a residential heating and cooling company, we get a lot of questions about what homeowners can expect during gas line installation. To help you make informed decisions about your home, we have listed these questions below for your convenience. Feel free to give us a call if you have more questions.