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Warnings Signs that it is Time to Replace Your Furnace

More than likely you have a furnace heating your home, and you need that furnace to be in good working condition to maintain a healthy home. If your home heating system is more than 20 years old and you have spent money on furnace repairs in the last two years, it might be time to stop paying for services and replace your furnace. Here we are going to show you the top warning signs that you need to replace your furnace.

Your furnace is over 15 years old

Most furnaces are expected to last about 18 years, if your furnace is nearing that or over it might be time to look into replacing it.

Your furnace makes strange noises

Old furnaces have a tendency to make strange popping, banging, and squealing sounds when they are nearing the end of their life. Another sign your furnace needs to be replaced is if your blower is turning on and off more frequently.

Health Issues

If anyone in your family is moaning about everyday headaches, burning sensation in their eyes or nose; or even nausea it might be time to replace your furnace. Older furnaces can develop holes or crack in the heat exchanger, which can emit carbon monoxide gas into your home. This is a dangerous situation that should be addressed right away!

Dry or dusty house

Your heating system is not providing acceptable moisture or clean air in your home, another sign it is time to replace your heating system. Extreme dryness can affect the walls, furniture, and plants in your home. This excessive dryness can cause problems for you and your family as well if anyone is allergic to dues or pollen. So, when you see your walls starting to peel or your plants drooping over, it is probably time to get a new furnace.

Thermostat never keeps you comfortable

Are some of your rooms too hot or too cold? Are you continually adjusting the thermostat to be comfortable? This may be due to your furnace no longer being able to distribute heat properly through your home, yet another sign that it may be old and faulty.

Your heating bill has increased

This could be cause by a range of problems, but if you have had your furnace serviced by a reputable company and had your ducts sealed your energy bill should not noticeably increase. The extra money you are putting out into gas and electricity could easily go toward buying a new furnace. You shouldn’t rush into buying a new furnace if you are only experiencing one or two of these signs, add up the signs the more that pertain the more you should look into buying a new furnace from a heating company you trust.
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Four Easy Methods of Saving Energy this Winter

With the cold winter season looming just around the corner, it’s important to find out about the services you should try to help make your home more efficient. When your home runs more efficiently, you end up saving energy and money on your utility bill. Here are four easy methods for saving energy this winter.

1. Heavy Curtains

The most important thing for homes in the winter is to keep all of the heat inside of the home. One way some of the heat escapes from your home is through your windows. You can reduce some of this heat loss by investing in heavy curtains for your windows. Keep them closed during the bitter cold, and open them up when the sun shines to let in additional heat.

2. Programmable Thermostat

The next important tip is to consider installing a programmable thermostat. Instead of hovering over your thermostat for long periods of time, you can set it and walk away. When you’re on vacation or at work, you can lower the temperature of your home and save more energy.

3. Ceiling Fans

Next, it’s essential to have ceiling fans in the largest rooms of your home. Make sure you set the blades to spin clockwise during the winter, so the heat circulates better within the room. Keeping the heat flowing throughout your rooms is a great way to give your heating system a break.

4. Landscaping Services

Finally, landscaping services are another way to help control the amount of heat that stays inside of your home. Make sure your heating system is clear from extra growth of bushes or trees, so it can work more efficiently. Keep large tree branches and other growth away from vulnerable points of your home. You can feel cozy and warm all fall and winter if you make smart decisions about your home and its heating system. Be sure to recruit Airtime Heating and Cooling for all of your scheduled maintenance and repairs, so you can save even more money on your utility bill.
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It’s Time to Start Thinking about Heating Services

Fall is right around the corner and although it may still be some time before we start to really feel the effects of cooler weather, it’s not too soon to start to think about your heating system and whether it’s ready for the coming winter. Standard preventative services help you to make sure that your heating system is running as efficiently as it should be. It will also reduce your vulnerability to larger emergency repairs later on. Here are some of the benefits of regular heater services. Inspections During an inspection the professionals will take a close look at your heating system, this is probably the most important part of your heating system maintenance. The will check to see if there are any repairs needed and ensure that everything is working as it should be. Taking care of any repairs as soon as they come up will help to lengthen the life of your system and save you money. Cleaning Every piece of your heating system plays and important roll no matter what type you have. It will not be able to accomplish what it should if even one part is covered with dirt and grim. For example, if your evaporator coil is blocked with debris, it cannot absorb heat effectively. If you have furnace with a filthy burner, it may not be able to produce heat at all. The detailed cleaning conducted during maintenance services makes sure your heating system will work at its best. Adjustments The numerous elements of your heater can become loose or damaged due to normal wear and tear over time. You may have a loose panel or a bent flame sensor, and while these factors might not make your heating system ineffective immediately, through time they can cause a domino effect with your heater and lead to a premature system breakdown. Just because you may not need to turn your heating system on for another month or two, you should schedule your heating maintenance services now so you will not have to worry about its functionality when the first major cold bout hits.

Four Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

This year, once it starts to cool off, many people will be retreating indoors to stay warm. If your indoor air quality isn’t what it should be, now is the time to figure out how to improve it. Here are four effortless methods and services to help make your indoor air quality better.
  1. Take Off Your Shoes

One method of keeping indoor air quality at a high level is to prohibit people from wearing shoes in your home. Germs, bacteria, viruses, and dirt all enter homes easily by attaching to shoes. Simply leaving shoes by the door can instantly make your indoor air healthier. 
  1. Vacuum Regularly

 It’s also important to clean the area inside of your home regularly. Vacuuming floors and dusting can help eliminate allergens and pet dander, so sensitive noses won’t suffer from as many allergies throughout the year. Use special vacuums rated high for allergy sufferers to get the most out of your routine.
  1. Open Windows

Next, it’s always a great idea to get some fresh air into your home. Opening a few windows and leaving them ajar for a few hours is a great way to get more air circulating into your home. The stale indoor air and leftover smells from cooking can easily be eliminated with this refreshing step.
  1. Invest in a High-quality Filter

Finally, many heating and air conditioning services also include providing new air filters for your HVAC system. Investing in a newer and higher-quality filter can help your system start to collect harmful particles and keep them away from your family. That means less sneezing, fewer instances of illness, and easier breathing. You can get a better feeling being inside of your home all fall and winter if you work to improve the indoor air quality of your rooms. Look to the experts at Airtime Heating and Cooling for recommended services that can make your home’s environment fresher and healthier this year.

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Airtime Heating & Cooling offers solutions to your residential and commercial HVAC needs in Bluffdale, Draper, Lehi, Riverton, and other locations in Utah. Whether you’re installing a new heating and air conditioning system or you need your existing unit serviced, you can count on our experience and professional expertise. Give us a call and we’ll do our best to meet and exceed your expectations.

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We cater to the needs of both residential and commercial clients throughout Utah. We will help you create and maintain a comfortable living environment with our professional HVAC systems and services. Get in touch with our team if you need help with any of the following:

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Airtime Heating & Cooling sells and installs high quality, ENERGY STAR-rated HVAC systems from some of the most trusted local and global manufacturers. We provide fast and reliable HVAC service throughout all of Utah. Whether it’s time for routine maintenance or your system needs immediate repair, call us today. We’ll respond to your request as quickly as possible.

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We offer competitive pricing so our installation or repair service is budget friendly. We aim for high quality and affordability in every contract or transaction. Visit our ‘Specials’ page to view all of our money-saving offers.  Use your Wells Fargo Home Projects credit card to pay for your HVAC projects in Draper, Lehi, Riverton, Bluffdale, and other locations in Utah. Contact us if you have questions or need assistance. FinancingPageBanner_ApplyNow_600width_B
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