Hometown Heating and Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Danville’

It’s Time to Breathe Easier At Home… Here’s How!

Monday, April 11th, 2022

The last couple of years have left many homeowners increasingly aware of their health, particularly when spending time indoors. The truth is too, long before that time indoor air quality actually suffered in many homes–in fact the indoor air quality of a home can be worse than the air quality outdoors, without the right products and services in place.

One of these products is an air purifier. Depending on the type of air purifier, this system can help eliminate particular contaminants from the air, to help ensure that your household stays as healthy as possible. Read on to learn more about the different types of air purifiers we install and service!

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Should You Have Rooftop Units Installed for Your Business?

Monday, April 12th, 2021

When it comes to achieving heating and cooling comfort in your commercial space, the most popular option to do so is with a packaged rooftop unit. You’re likely familiar with these even if you think you aren’t—you probably see large pieces of equipment on top of commercial and industrial buildings and don’t think much of them—but what you’re looking at is a packaged air conditioning system.

Why are these so popular? Read on as we uncover the answer to this question and more information you should know about these types of AC systems.

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Don’t Neglect These Potential End-of-Season Heating Repair Needs

Monday, March 29th, 2021

Wintertime weather is on its way out, making way for the warmer temperatures we’re used to this time of year. However, with us still using our heaters for at least a little while longer, it’s not quite time to forget about them. But, do you know if your heater will make it through the rest of the chilly nights you need it for?

Your answer to this will heavily depend on whether or not your heater needs repairs. If your heating system is struggling a bit, or if you didn’t have maintenance done last fall, then you should really schedule repairs sooner rather than later. Otherwise, you risk a breakdown now, or even next fall when you go to turn it on again. But, how do you know for sure if your heater needs repairs? Fortunately, there are some pretty clear indicators you can watch and listen for. Read on as we uncover what they are!

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