Category: Heater Repair

Recognizing and Avoiding Air Conditioner and Furnace Repair Scams

While most HVAC companies in your area are legitimate and reputable, there are some who may attempt scams. These include air conditioner or furnace repair scams, which involve billing you for large sums of money with little or no work being done. At Airtime Heating & Cooling, we're happy to help with a wide range […]

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Common Cold Weather HVAC Service Call Needs

During any season of the year, heating and air needs within the home are something of a give-and-take between homeowners and HVAC professionals. There are certain basic HVAC issues, such as a filter change, that can and should be performed by homeowners – but there are also other potential issues, such as duct issues, furnace […]

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Furnace Red Flags: Short Cycling, Air Quality and More

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics on common indicators that your home’s furnace is experiencing problems. While there are a few such problems that might take place during the upcoming winter season, luckily nearly all of them can be fairly easily detected by homeowners with a […]

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Red Flags Indicating Home Furnace Issues, Part 1

As we move through the fall and quickly approach the colder Utah winter, homeowners around the state are paying a little more attention to their furnaces. In charge of providing heat throughout the winter, your furnace is one of the most important single HVAC components in your home. At Airtime Heating & Cooling, we’re happy […]

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Why Duct Tape Isn’t Actually for HVAC Air Ducts

There are a few items out there that are extremely curiously named, and one great example within the home improvement area is duct tape. While this sort of tape is highly useful and should be kept around by all homeowners, it isn’t actually meant for use within HVAC air ducts – and can cause significant […]

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Why Spring is Often Ideal for Heater Replacement

We’re firmly finished with winter and onto the warmer parts of the year in Utah, and some homeowners assume they can simply stop thinking about their furnace or heater until fall comes. And while heating is indeed less of a concern during the spring and summer, did you know that spring is often an ideal […]

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Pre-Spring AC and HVAC Preparation Checklist

We’re nearing the end of the winter period, and for homeowners throughout Utah, this means it’s almost time for an important transition. The move from winter into the spring and summer seasons means your HVAC system will switch from heating to cooling, and ensuring the entire system is ready for this transition is vital. At […]

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Preparing the Home’s HVAC System for Holiday Guests

With winter upon us, homeowners and families everywhere are preparing for the festive holiday season, or have already kicked it off in some cases. Those who plan to host guests in their home during the holidays, particularly family or friends staying for long periods, have a few important areas to think about, one of which […]

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Limiting Fall and Winter Allergy Risks Through HVAC Services

For those who suffer from allergies, whether seasonal or on a year-round basis, indoor air quality is a vital concern. Allergies can be triggered by a number of different particle types, and homes with poor air quality tend to contain far more risks for exacerbating allergies than those with air quality systems in place. At […]

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HVAC-Related Areas for Preventing Dust Mite Invasion

For those with allergies, asthma or any other respiratory condition, air quality is even more of a vital concern than it already should be for the general population. Ensuring proper filtration, air flow and ventilation is important for ensuring air stays fresh and clean, and doesn’t include contaminants or allergens. At Airtime Heating & Cooling, […]

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