With cold and flu season now in full swing, we all are trying to do everything we can to keep our families healthy. One important thing to consider is the air quality inside your home. Yes, you hear all the time about the importance of checking and changing your filters regularly, however, did you know there are ways that your HVAC system can help keep your indoor air clean, as well as fight surface germs throughout your home?
Damage to a home or business from water leaks or freezes can be extremely costly, especially if they go undetected over a long weekend or the duration of a family vacation. The ability to detect a leak or freeze and receive a timely alert can significantly help minimize the damage before it has a chance to become a major setback.
At Andy Lewis Heating & Air Conditioning we pride ourselves in treating our customers like family and we can only accomplish this because of our wonderful employees. Due to their dedication to our customers, the Andyman thought he would pick one employee a month to highlight and share with you, our valued customers!
Before scheduling your consultations for quotes there are a few things that you will need to know so you are prepared and help ensure the quotes and options you receive are inline with your needs. First, make sure you know what your budget is. Systems now a days can do some pretty amazing things using the newest technology, however, having all the bells and whistles can add up fast. Which brings us to the second thing, what do you want and need from your system?
Changing your heating and cooling system? Whether your current system is not working or you are looking to upgrade to better technology and efficiency, it is a big investment and with so many heating and cooling companies out there it can be confusing and a little overwhelming to know what company to go with.
Why does my heat pump make a noise when it is cold outside? This is completely normal. When your heat pump gets ice on the outside unit the system automatically goes into a defrost mode to thaw. This action is completely normal and causes a noise to occur, however your heat will still function properly during this process.