Dalton Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electric and Fireplaces, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Hiawatha’

Signs That It’s Time for an Air Purifier Installation

Monday, April 26th, 2021

two-women-looking-comfortable-on-couchOftentimes when we get calls for HVAC repairs, the homeowners’ complaint isn’t specific, only that their indoor air quality seems “off.” It may be that the air feels too dry or every time they run their air conditioner, their allergies kick up. While your air conditioner might be partly to blame, what you really want to look at is what type of indoor air quality system you may want to have installed to truly address the problem.

One of these systems is the whole-house air purifier. We like these indoor air quality systems because they’re so effective—tackling the indoor air quality needs in your entire home. If you’re interested in this kind of installation, keep reading! And for more information, please reach out to our team.

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Plumbing Mishaps: Do You Have an Emergency on Your Hands?

Monday, February 1st, 2021

man-on-phone-while-holding-bucket-up-under-ceiling-collecting-waterPlumbing emergencies are inconvenient, to say the least, often unsanitary, and sometimes very damaging to the entire home. Fortunately, we can help with our emergency plumbing services!

Over the years, we’ve responded to many a service call regarding malfunctioning or damaged plumbing. Read on as we uncover some of the most common plumbing emergencies you can face and give us a call the second you find yourself facing one.

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Does My Heat Pump Have a Refrigerant Leak?

Monday, December 21st, 2020

white-question-mark-on-blue-backgroundHeat pumps are a great HVAC option for many homes, for a number of reasons! The ability to efficiently heat and cool your living space if of course a great benefit, plus heat pumps save space and money. Something to remember though is that since a heat pump does double the work of a standard air conditioner or furnace, it needs double the care!

This means ensuring that you have maintenance scheduled for the unit twice a year—once in the fall and once in the spring before you need the system the most. This will ensure it operates as effectively and efficiently as possible, for as long as possible. It also ensures that we can check on all the different components of your system to make sure they’re operating as they should. This includes the refrigerant line!

Heat pumps are different from standard air conditioners, or from furnaces that don’t use refrigerant. They use refrigerant in their cooling process during the summer, but unlike standard AC systems, the process is reversed in the winter to provide you with heat. So, refrigerant is pretty important! But what if your system is losing some?

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