Monthly Archives: October 2016

Most Common Home Heating Problems

Our technicians get a lot of questions about how to fix common heating problems around your home. While some of these are easy to address, others may require you to call in a professional from Choice Heating and Air. Typically furnaces begin to malfunction after they have been in constant use for a few weeks.…
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Preparing Your HVAC for a Hurricane

Anyone who lives on the East Coast, particularly North Carolina through Florida, knows how serious hurricane preparations are and how they can save lives and property. However, many people forget that not properly securing all of their assets can mean that a devastating storm could cost them thousands of dollars. An HVAC system will not be…
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Common Heat Pump Problems

Heat pumps are great for keeping your home cool in the summer and toasty in the winter. This incredibly energy efficient way to manage your home comfort does have a few standard operating issues that can cause it to stop working. The HVAC professionals here at Choice Heating and Air have laid out the most…
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Preparing Your Business for a Hurricane

Planning for a storm is not necessarily on your mind on a daily basis as a business owner, but taking time t0 consider storm preparations at the beginning of the season can help you feel more at ease in the event you need to evacuate. HVAC systems are very expensive and can cost a home or…
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More Facts About Heat Pumps

More and more homes are being heated and cooled by heat pumps than ever before. Why? Because this technology is incredibly energy efficient. These systems require a little larger start up cost than installing a traditional HVAC system, however their long term energy savings and new technologies make installing a heat pump to manage your…
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Heat Pump Troubleshooting

Heat pumps are a relatively new concept to most homeowners. Our Choice Heating and Air techs get asked often, “What is a heat pump?” A heat pump is a device that will transfer heat from a colder area to a hotter area by using a mechanical energy. And while these units are normally very energy…
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Facts About Heat Pumps

In milder climates, like North and South Carolina, a heat pump may be a good alternative to a traditional furnace. A heat pump distributes the heat it finds in the outside air and cycles it in your home during the winter. This technology is incredibly popular in Europe, however, it is only recently gaining popularity in…
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Fall HVAC Tips

The weather is getting cooler and, as it does, most people start to think about turning on their furnace. Before you turn on the heat, give your friends at Choice Heating and Air a call. Your furnace has sat idle all summer long and is ready for a good cleaning and inspection before you flip…
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