Swiss Air Heating & Cooling, LLC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘HVAC’

Say “Boo” to Bad Energy Bills With Our Help

Monday, October 18th, 2021

Getting a bill at the end of the month that is far higher than expected can throw off a lot of things, not to mention it can ruin your whole day. This is especially true of your energy bills. As we head into the heating season you thankfully won’t have to worry about excessive AC use driving up your energy bills. However, the issue may transfer over to running your heating system.

You can “boo” your energy bills all you want, but it won’t help in the long run. What will help are some of the tips, tricks, and services that we’ve listed below. Keeping your HVAC systems in prime condition and adopting some best practices will go a long way in keeping your monthly dues manageable.

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3 Freaky Noises No Heater Should Make

Monday, October 4th, 2021

When a cold evening descends on our area it is a great feeling to be able to turn on a heater and warm things back up indoors. Sometimes a sweater and cozy socks simply aren’t enough and you need some backup, and that is exactly what your heater is for.  You may run into a problem, however, if you’re heater starts to make a ruckus when you turn it on.

No heater is made to be silent—in fact, a heater that is operating without any noise is one that likely isn’t operating at all. However, there are plenty of sounds that your heating system should not make. Here are some scary sounds that your heater might be making that indicate you need to schedule repairs for your Wildwood, MO HVAC system.

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How a Humidifier Can Help You In the Coming Months

Monday, September 20th, 2021

There are plenty of factors that can impact your ability to keep warm this winter, not the least of which is having a working heater in your home. Having a well-sealed home can be helpful too since it keeps all the warm air inside of your house too. The issue we want to discuss today actually has to do with that air you are keeping in your home. Specifically, we want to discuss the humidity level in the house.

We know we are coming out of the summer season when humidity is viewed as the enemy. Well, it is time that we flip that idea on its head because for the next few months humidity can actually be a great help in keeping you warm. Let’s discuss why dry air can be problematic during the colder months of the year and the technology that we can add to your Ballwin, MO HVAC system that can address it.

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