Andy Lewis Heating & Air Conditioning, is constantly looking for ways to get involved and give back. We are excited to tell you about a couple of the fun ways we helped some local organizations during the month of September.
In most cases no. When an HVAC system is installed the contractor can only size the system for the current livable spaces. We’ve included answers to some of our most frequently asked basement questions to give you all of the information you need to make your basement a year-round comfortable living space.
At Andy Lewis, service is an important concept to us. It’s intrinsic to who we are as a company; when we first launched, it was with the simple goal of providing a superior HVAC service to people throughout Charlotte, and always treating them the way we’d want to be treated ourselves. That same mindset extends into the work we do behind the scenes, supporting a lot of noteworthy charities and organizations that make a difference in people’s lives.
Your home’s heat pump provides reliable, efficient comfort all year long. However, winter can cause a heat pump to make some strange noises. The type of noise you hear will determine its cause and how serious the issue is. The Andyman can help you determine what your heat pump is telling you with those strange noises this winter.
When you turn on your heating system this fall, you’ll expect warm, comforting air to circulate through your home. What you may not expect is the arrival of strange, even unpleasant odors. Why does turning on the furnace cause funny smells? And should you be worried? The Andyman has a few pointers for dealing with HVAC-related aromas.
No matter how reliable your home’s heating system has been, at some point it will need to be replaced. This can be a costly investment, so you’ll want to be sure a replacement is really necessary before you break out your wallet. Here are the Andyman’s top signs that it’s time for a heating system overhaul.
Fall is a special time in the Charlotte, NC, area. As the weather cools and the leaves begin to change, football stadiums fill and holiday decorations go on full display. In November, families throughout the area gather in warm houses to enjoy Thanksgiving feasts. Unfortunately, there are many in our community who don’t have the same fall experience.