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Things to Consider When Buying a New AC

You deserve an amazing AC to provide comfort for you and your family. However, not all units are identical. Let us take a closer look at some things to consider when buying a new AC. Cost To start things off, the cost of an AC is clearly important. You don't want to break your budget [...]

By | July 17th, 2020|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

Do Ceiling Fans Help Air Conditioning?

Having a ceiling fan doesn't cool the actual temperature of a room down when run in conjunction with an air conditioner. Instead, it will create a breeze over your skin. This wind chill will let you set your thermostat higher and make it so that your air conditioning system doesn't have to work as hard. [...]

By | June 18th, 2020|Air Conditioning|0 Comments

How To Test Indoor Air For Mold

Having mold growing in your home can be difficult to detect and cause an array of health issues. Whether you've noticed a musty smell in your house or you're struggling with respiratory issues, headaches, or chronic fatigue, mold may be to blame. Home Mold Detection Kits The first way to detect mold in a home [...]

By | May 20th, 2020|Indoor Air Quality|0 Comments

The Best Air Purifiers For Germs

While your indoor air may look and smell clean, other irritants and pathogens, such as germs, viruses, dust, and dirt, are floating in your air. You may want to consider purchasing an air purifier for your house in Fort Payne. These devices will improve the respiratory health of everyone in that enclosed environment. Shopping for [...]

By | April 18th, 2020|Indoor Air Quality|0 Comments

HVAC Repair Tips All Homeowners Should Know

While you need to hire an HVAC company for major things, there are maintenance and repair issues that you can resolve yourself as a homeowner. These are the main things you can take care of yourself without bringing in a professional. Change the Air Filter Your furnace's air filter is something that might need to [...]

By | March 8th, 2020|HVAC|0 Comments

How Does a Heating System Work?

The two most commonly used heating systems in the U.S. are furnaces and heat pumps. These two pieces of equipment operate in very different ways. The NATE-certified technicians who work at Bryant's Heating & Cooling in Fort Payne, AL, are qualified to do repairs, maintenance services and installations for practically every manufacturer’s make and model [...]

By | February 11th, 2020|Heating|0 Comments

Advantages of a WiFi Thermostat

Heating and cooling technology has advanced greatly from the days of warming our homes with wood fireplaces. Today, we are able to use a variety of energy sources for heating and cooling. We can even program our homes' thermostats to maintain our indoor temperatures at comfortable levels all year. In recent years, more people throughout [...]

By | January 4th, 2020|Heating|0 Comments

How to Save Energy During the Holidays

During the holiday season, you can expect that your heating bill will go up. However, you want to keep as much money as you can in your pocket, so it's a good idea to consider the following energy-saving tips. Seal Drafts Your heating system may work just fine, but if your home is drafty, it [...]

By | December 11th, 2019|Heating|0 Comments

3 Ways to Clean Your Heating System

No homeowner wants to deal with their heater breaking down, particularly in cold weather. Regular cleaning is the best way to prevent malfunctions and to ensure that your heater lasts for decades. To help you clean quickly and effectively, here are three key techniques to make use of. 1. Focus on the Filter The easiest [...]

By | November 12th, 2019|Heating|0 Comments

Early Fall Issues Your HVAC System Might Encounter

With fall just around the corner, you'll need to turn on your heating system before you know it. If your heater isn't performing up to par, there are some easy steps you can take to remedy early-season HVAC issues. Consider the following solutions to early fall problems that your HVAC system might encounter. Issues When [...]

By | October 15th, 2019|HVAC|0 Comments