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Three Ways to Prepare Your Furnace for Winter this Autumn
Autumn is a time that’s often looked forward to by homeowners because energy costs are low. It’s cold enough that air conditioning isn’t necessary and warm enough that it’s not quite time to turn on the furnace.
Save Money on Your Energy Costs With a Zone Control System in Kalamazoo
No one likes spending their hard-earned money on heating and cooling costs. While there are many things you can do to keep costs down, you may want to consider having a zone control system installed in your home.
Power outages are often manageable, but there are those that can last for days or even weeks or you may have a special circumstance where power is required at all times. These outages can be costly and even dangerous.
Four Reasons You Should Use a Programmable Thermostat in Your Home
Programmable thermostats have many benefits, which is why the team at JP Heating & Air Conditioning in Kalamazoo strongly recommends them. In this post, we will look at four of the reasons you should use a programmable thermostat in your home.
Three Ways You Can Reduce Your Air Conditioning Costs in Kalamazoo this Summer
We have already seen some 80 and 90 degree days this spring in Kalamazoo. If that’s any indication of how this summer will be, you will likely be getting a lot of use out of your air conditioning system.
Should Your Air Conditioner in Kalamazoo be Repaired or Replaced?
We have already had some hot and humid days that have required us to turn on our air conditioning in Kalamazoo. If you notice your air conditioning system is making noises that it shouldn’t or if it doesn’t seem to be working properly…
Three Ways to Increase Your Air Conditioning’s Efficiency this Summer in Kalamazoo
As it gets closer the summer and the weather gets warmer in Kalamazoo, you will begin to use your air conditioning system. The costs of operating an air conditioning system throughout the season can get really high.
An easy way to heat up your home free-of-charge is by opening your blinds and curtains on sunny days so that the sun’s warmth can come in. If you’re home during the day, you can even sit in the sun and skip bumping up the thermostat a couple degrees.