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February 14, 2018

Air Conditioning Services to Consider Before Spring

While the winter gives your air conditioning unit a break, it won't be long before it will need to be used again. In order to ensure it’s full capabilities during the warmer months of the year, make sure to examine the unit before the excessive use.If you follow these tips, your air conditioning unit will be running well during that time of year. While these may not be all of the tips

Inspect the Unit

Before you start the system, make sure ... Read More
January 23, 2018

Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers, And Why You Need Them

If you want to maintain good indoor air quality in your home, you might be wondering whether you need humidifiers or dehumidifiers. Each of them improves the air quality in your home in a different way—so what exactly is the difference between the two, and how do you know which one you need?

Difference Between Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers

A humidifier is used to add moisture to the air in order to increase the humidity level. It does this by slowly releasing water ... Read More
November 7, 2017

Improving Air Quality in Your Home This Winter

Improving air quality in your home this winter is something to consider. Winter is the ideal time to turn up the heat and curl up under a blanket with a warm cup of coffee or cocoa. However, not all areas of your home are as you expect. Air quality can be a matter of keeping you and your family healthy this winter. Fear not, as we have the remedy for your woes. Consider the following steps to clean the air within ... Read More
October 13, 2017

Tips for Maintaining Dual Fuel Hybrid Heating Systems

Dual fuel hybrid heating systems are the combination of a heat pump and a furnace, both working together to heat your home. the pump is typically either an air source or ground source pump, and the furnace is fueled by either propane or natural gas. Rather than electricity being solely responsible for heating, a hybrid system’s pump uses a gas furnace or backup heating. Because the heating power is divided between the pump and the furnace, energy consumption is reduced. ... Read More
September 15, 2017

Fall Prep: Inspect and Prepare Your Furnace with These 8 Easy Steps

Prepare your furnace for the season ahead and with the preparation of your furnace, remember the other components that are crucial to your home's heating. For example the thermostat, they're one of the key factors in keeping your home at a comfortable temperature that’s to your liking. If you have a programmable thermostat, it’s even better. You’ll be able to control the climate in your home and get heat at an amount that’s just right for you. However, there will ... Read More
January 17, 2017

Heating Contractor Reveals Why You’re Losing Heat

Custom Climate’s Heating Contractor team has some advice for you this season to help you keep your heating system and your energy bills under control. Want to preserve your heat inside, save on heating costs, and eliminate energy waste? Read on for some advice on how and where to look on your property to find troublesome spots that may be contributing to heat loss.

Custom Climate: Your Answer for a Heating Contractor

Finding the right person for the job is an important ... Read More
December 29, 2016

7 Tips from Our Local Heating Contractor on How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide

A heating contractor should be the first person you call this winter if you want to learn more on how to ensure safe heating in your home. Many homeowners will just turn on their heating system when winter begins and think that will be enough to guarantee. However, what they may not realize is that they may be putting themselves and their family in danger. The winter season sees a higher rate of home heating fires, often due ... Read More

December 7, 2016

6 Warning Signs of a Heating Service Scam

Heating service should atop your to-do list this winter if your furnace needs some extra attention. We’re now in the coolest time of the year and we’ll see plenty of chilly nights in the months ahead. You need to make sure your heating system will be ready to protect your home from any low temperatures. However, as urgent as heating service may be, you also need to make sure you are not falling into the trap of a ... Read More

November 28, 2016

Common Fuel Types to Consider for Your New Furnace

A new furnace is just what you need at this time of year as the temperatures outdoors continue to decrease. Keeping that old, faulty furnace in your home may prove to be your biggest mistake this season, as it may lead you to spend more on heating repairs due to frequent system breakdowns. However, though you absolutely should consider a new heating system, you should also consider what fuel type would be right for it. All too ... Read More

November 8, 2016

7 Questions to Ask Before A Furnace Replacement

A furnace replacement is highly important this fall if you want to avoid the high costs on energy bills, high levels of stress, and the sting of freezing outdoor temperatures. However, all too often, homeowners make the mistake of replacing their furnace with the wrong system. With the average cost of a furnace soaring up to $4,000 today, this can prove a costly mistake, one ensuring the colder months will be filled with headaches and frustration. Some homeowners ... Read More