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How to Keep Up with Fluctuating Temperatures

Thankfully, winter is finally coming to a close and that means that spring is just around the corner. With this change of seasons comes a change in weather. But this change is for the better! During the spring it can be hard to decide between turning on the heat and turning on the air conditioning [...]

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5 Tips for Energy Efficient Heating and Cooling

Green Heating and Cooling reduces our carbon footprint by using less fossil fuels to provide adequate levels of comfort indoors.  We can help protect our planet by optimizing our use of existing energy efficient systems, replace systems that fail to meet today’s standards of efficiency, and consider a variety of new alternative energy sources used [...]

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When DIY Won’t Cut It: When to Call an HVAC Professional

Today’s reliable HVAC systems can provide any unsuspecting homeowner with the illusion of maintenance-free operation, much like the sealed transmissions in today’s most popular consumer automobiles.  Automotive technicians and enthusiasts know that there is no such thing as a maintenance-free transmission.  Furthermore, unlike those sealed automotive systems, equipped with multiple sensors and computers that send [...]

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5 Green Heating and Cooling Technologies

With growing awareness of the impact we are having on our environment, we start to look for ways we can do our part in protecting the planet. As of 2013, the federal government announced plans to double the reliance of the United States on renewable energy by 2020. This growing trend has resulted in many [...]

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Areas Where Added Insulation Makes A Difference

  As the winter season has now arrived, adding insulation to your home or business may become a top priority for you. Adding insulation to your home can make a significant difference especially during these cold months. It has the ability to increase your comfort, while reducing your energy bills! But, what areas actually make [...]

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American Standard HVAC Safety Tips

Understanding that preventative maintenance will nearly always save money eventually, air conditioning and furnace units should be inspected regularly. Also, a majority of the time there are issues, which can be caught early to avoid major repair cost. Good maintenance includes not only professional maintenance before the heating or cooling season starts but some routine [...]

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Heat Pump Vs. Furnace – Pros and Cons

  Just from the names you can infer that both heat pumps and furnaces are used to heat your home. Each heats your home in a different manner. Choosing between the two will probably be based on that difference. Furnace A furnace generates heat for your home by burning fuel to heat air and then [...]

By |January 26th, 2017|Heating|Comments Off on Heat Pump Vs. Furnace – Pros and Cons

Is Your Heat Pump Freezing Up?

  Several years ago I was sitting at my desk on a bitterly cold weekend morning and realized that the house wasn’t as warm as it usually was and that the heat pump outside my window sounded louder than normal. Imagine my surprise (and horror) when I looked outside and saw my heat pump had [...]

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Winter HVAC Tips To Keep You Cozy This Winter

We’ve been spoiled by a fairly mild winter in Central Kentucky this year, but it’s not over yet, which means there is still plenty of time for freezing temperatures. These winter HVAC tips can help keep you cozy until spring officially arrives. Make the Most of Your Thermostat If you still have an old-school thermostat, [...]

By |January 6th, 2017|Heating|Comments Off on Winter HVAC Tips To Keep You Cozy This Winter

Should My Thermostat Switch be on Auto or On?

Deciding what to keep your thermostat set to is an important decision for your budget and your home. At ADA Heating and Air, we want to keep you informed about the pros and cons for using the settings on your heating and air conditioning system and their fan controls. We hope that this information will [...]

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