EB Design Air Inc. Blog : Archive for September, 2015

Benefits a Pellet Stove Can Offer

Monday, September 28th, 2015

It’s been getting pretty crisp in the evenings, making it the perfect time of year to use a supplemental heater before firing up your heating system. If you don’t have a supplemental heater, but have been considering one, you may want to see if a pellet stove is a good fit for your home in Suffern, NY.

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It’s Time for Fall Maintenance for Your Heater

Monday, September 21st, 2015

No home owner ever said excitedly, “It’s time to maintain my heater!” We know that it isn’t all that exciting, and that maintaining your heating system means that summer is over. However, if you want to have the warmth you need during the winter, and know that your system is running well, then it’s time to call your Design Air, Inc., heating technician and schedule maintenance.

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Can I Use Solar Energy to Power My Air Conditioning System?

Monday, September 14th, 2015

It’s been a great thing to see so many homeowners add solar power to their homes. Not only is solar power good for you, it’s very good for the environment. However, it can be a little confusing as to how solar power can be applied to your home. Is it for general use? Is it for a specific appliance or system? The answer is: it can be either, and that choice is up to you.

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It’s Hurricane Season: Don’t Forget to Schedule Your Generator for Maintenance

Monday, September 7th, 2015

No one likes to think about the possibility of our area being smacked with a big, tropical storm, but as residents of New City, NY, we know that we can be in the path of some nasty weather. There’s already been quite a lot of activity, and if you are homeowner who needs to keep the power going no matter what, it’s time to make sure that your whole home generator will be ready to go in case you need it.

Why Is Maintenance Important?

One of the biggest reasons maintenance is so important is that hopefully your generator has been doing a lot of sitting. While this is good news for you, sitting causes fuels and oils to settle and/or break down, and allows dirt and dust to accumulate on components. Should the power go out, and your generator hasn’t been maintained, you run the risk of it not operating well or at all when you need it most.

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