Douglas Cooling & Heating Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heating Replacement’

A New Year, a New Heating System

Monday, January 1st, 2024

As we begin a new year, with fresh hopes and goals and resolutions, don’t forget to consider your heating system. The majority of New Year’s resolutions have to do with personal health, like joining a gym or eating more healthily. But your home is important, too, and taking good care of it will have a huge positive impact on your life.

Chances are, this time of year, you’re getting a clear sense of how well your heating system is—or isn’t—working. If it’s getting old, requiring repair, failing to keep your home comfortably cozy, or dropping in efficiency and driving up your utility bills, it’s time for a change. What kind of new heating system should you get? Here are some options for you to consider.

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How to Get Your Home Ready for Heating Season

Monday, October 29th, 2018

FurnaceThe days are getting colder, which means now is the time to get your home ready for the onset of the heating season! There are a number of different ways you can make sure that your home is properly prepared, some of which are more effective than others. We’re going to cover some of the most common ways below. If you have any questions about preparing your home for the heating season that aren’t answered in this article, give us a call and we’d be happy to provide you with a full list.

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Should I Replace My Heating System This Fall?

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

furnaceWe’re a lot closer to heating season than you may think, which means now is the time to make sure that your home’s heating system is in good shape. If you can’t rely on the heating system you currently have installed in your home, then it’s time to install a new one now. You don’t want to get deep into winter before having your heater fail on you. There are some signs that you should look for that indicate that it’s time to replace your heating system. Be sure to call a professional if your heater is exhibiting these symptoms, whether you’re using a heat pump or a furnace.

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