Winter and cold temperatures are knocking on everyone’s door, and it’s time to get ready to stay warm with an HVAC Installation in Urbana. Predictions for the winter months are colder-than-normal temperatures and higher-than-normal snow accumulations. Do you want to be left in the cold? Proper planning now can eliminate the unnecessary event of being without any type of heat when someone needs it the most. A furnace that is more than ten years old is probably consuming much more energy than is necessary. A new heating system will dramatically reduce energy consumption and lower energy costs.
In addition to having a new heating source installed, an owner should consider the quality of their air. Air cleaners are available for many units that offer added protection against mold, dust mites, animal dander, and many other allergens entering a building’s air supply. Duct cleaning can eliminate animal hair, mold, bacteria, and other unwanted contaminants that the air travels over through a heating system.
The best way to eliminate breakdowns of a heating system during the winter is to have it inspected and maintained on a yearly basis. A technician can quickly determine if there’s a problem with a heating unit before it’s needed. They can offer affordable solutions to repairing a unit.
If a home has a furnace that has a cracked heat exchanger, an HVAC Installation in Urbana will have to occur. A heat exchanger that is cracked can result in carbon monoxide being released into the building that can cause illness and even death. The only way for a heat exchanger to be inspected is through the use of a special camera that can reach the inside of the unit. A crack can also cause the possibility of a fire in the furnace during operation and is very important to have it checked every year.
Cassel Home Comfort Heating & Cooling offers highly-trained technicians and the experience needed to repair or install HVAC equipment in a home or business. Don’t let a damaged heating system catch you by surprise this winter. Have your heating system inspected, repaired, or replaced today.