Environment Masters, Inc. Blog: Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

3 Signs It Is Time For a New Heater

Monday, January 11th, 2021

You decided to go on a walk with the family for the afternoon and turned on the heater before you left to heat things up while you were gone. The problem is that when you came home, the house was just as cold, if not colder, than when you left! You check the thermostat and confirm that you did actually turn it on. Now you are left trying to keep warm and wondering what is going on.

The first thing you will want to do is to reach out to our team to schedule an appointment to check on your heating in Madison, MS. If you don’t know where to start when trying to figure out what is wrong with your system, we can help. On the other hand, you can reach out to set up a specific service such as a heating system replacement. Here are some signs that a heater replacement is what you need to reach out for.

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How to Get the Most From Your Heater This Season

Monday, December 14th, 2020

The goal of the winter season is usually to stay as warm as possible until the temperatures become more bearable. But you shouldn’t forget about energy efficiency in the midst of this. We know chilly weather can make you want to throw efficiency out the window. Who cares about best practices for heater operation when you have frozen toes? However, bypassing those best practices can actually compromise your comfort.

What you want is to get the best effectiveness and efficiency from your heater at once this season. Not sure how to do that? We can help. Below we’ve provided guidelines to help you keep your home warm without it costing you an arm and a leg.

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Make Sure Your Heater Is Prepared This Fall

Monday, October 19th, 2020

Furnace-TechnicianThe break from the high heat has been a welcome relief, especially because it means many of us can stay comfortable by cracking the windows. Not too hot and not too cold.

However, you don’t want to become too lax and forget to have your heating system checked out. Now is the perfect time to get this service knocked out, before you really need to use your heater and run the risk of aggravating any unaddressed issues.

When it comes to investing in your home comfort, scheduling timely maintenance services each year is one of the best choices you can make. After all, this annual visit from your technician will provide you with some great benefits for your heating system and your home comfort.

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3 Things to Know About Your Smoke Detector

Monday, September 21st, 2020

Fall is starting to step into its role and bring the temperatures down a bit, even if the difference is only noticeable at night. With that said, now is a great time to start preparing for the cooler weather to come. One thing that you can do to get ready is to ensure your safety by brushing up on your knowledge of the smoke detectors in your home.

For example, do you know how old your detectors are or when you last checked the batteries in them? Are they hardwired? Are they working? These are important questions to ask even before you schedule your heating maintenance in Jackson, MS. Why? Because a smoke detector keeps you safe all year long but especially during the heating season.

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What is a Zone Control System

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

zone-control-diagramHaving a reliable and effective heating system for your home can be great and all, but if you have more than one person in your home, you might run into a problem with wanting different heating levels. Or you may have a room in the house that simply doesn’t need as much heating power because it sees more natural sunlight. So how to solve this issue?

Homes are built to provide comfort but that doesn’t mean that blanket heating solutions are always perfect for every home. When you have a home that requires different heating needs throughout the day, it may be a good idea to consider zone control in Madison, MS.

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Why It Is Important To Invest in the Health of Your HVAC System

Monday, December 16th, 2019

service-technicianYour HVAC system can’t exactly develop the flu or catch a cold, but it can run into problems without proper care. Much like going to the doctor once or twice a year to ensure your health is in good shape, your HVAC system needs annual maintenance to ensure it keeps functioning well.

But don’t just take us at our word. When it comes to your home comfort system, you should know what services benefit it and why. And we want to help you find this information. That is why we have provided a list of reasons that explain why investing in your HVAC system with some annual maintenance is a great idea.

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Have You Thought About Your Air Filter?

Monday, December 17th, 2018

If you own a furnace, you appreciate it for its versatility, affordability, and effectiveness. So, when something goes wrong, you are bound to notice. We know that scheduling repair services can be a hassle—it costs you time and money. So, why not skip the repair altogether and schedule a maintenance visit? During this visit, your HVAC technician will perform routine inspections and replace your air filters. Your furnace’s air filter is easy to forget about, so it becomes easy to minimize the importance of it.

Your system’s air filter should be changed about every 1–3 months, especially during the heating season. Typically, homeowners get their filters replaced once a year, but it simply isn’t enough. Without scheduling regular filter replacement, your furnace is subjected to a wide range of potential problems, including a full system breakdown! Luckily, this can all be easily avoided. Our technicians at Environment Masters, Inc. provide quality HVAC services in Brandon, MS.

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Furnace Problems You Need to Watch for This Fall

Monday, November 5th, 2018

Furnace-TechnicianWe’re getting pretty close to heating season, which means you’re probably going to start using your furnace on a daily basis in the next few weeks. That added strain makes it much more likely for your furnace to develop some sort of problem over the next few months. Preventive maintenance will help to keep your furnace in good condition during the heating season. However, it’s not a guarantee. There are still ways for your furnace to develop issues during the season, which is why you should keep an eye out for any signs that your system is in trouble. The following are just a few of the possible signs that your furnace might be in need of repairs.

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Commercial Heating Problems to Watch for This Fall

Monday, November 5th, 2018

commercial-HVACCommercial heating systems are put under a lot of strain during the fall and winter months. That strain has consequences, namely the higher number of repair needs that often show up during these months. Preventive maintenance can go a long way towards reducing the odds of a serious problem affecting your system, which is why we recommend it to all of our customers. However, no amount of maintenance can guarantee that your system will go the entire season without developing problems. That’s why you need to be on the lookout for any signs that your commercial heating system is dealing with some sort of issue. The faster you can identify signs of a problem, the faster you can have it repaired and the better off your system will be. The following are a few of the more common signs that your system is in need of repairs.

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Signs You Probably Need a New Commercial Heating System

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

commercial-HVACCommercial heating systems can last quite a long time. No amount of care and maintenance will extend one’s lifespan indefinitely, though. That’s why it’s important to make sure you can identify when your commercial heating system is getting close to the end of its life. If you can identify that the system needs replacing earlier, you won’t have to deal with not having heat for a few days when it breaks down in the middle of winter. The following are a few of the most common signs that you commercial heating system is in need of replacing.

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