Your Top Heating & Cooling Questions Answered

As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to maintain your home and all of its components to sustain the best value, comfort and security for your home. This is a lot to ask of someone who is likely a parent and a full-time employee. We certainly don’t expect you to know it all. This is why we take it upon ourselves to proactively answer the important questions that homeowners may have when it comes to the ins and outs of their home’s heating and cooling.

Heating and Cooling Questions

Common Heating & Cooling Questions

Below, we’ve taken the time to answer some of your top questions about heating and cooling your home:

Where is my air filter?

To check on your air or furnace filter, you’ll have to know where it is first. Most units will have the filter next to the unit on the return duct. For older units, the filter is often inside the furnace next to the blower. Other units have a central filter grille that will be located on a wall or ceiling in the house.

How often should I check my air filter?

We recommend that you check your air or furnace filter at least once a month. You will want to check more frequently during high use seasons. This timeline ensures that if the filter is compromised or dirty, that it can be cleaned or replaced before it can cause damage to the unit or worsen the air quality of your home. If you have a replaceable air filter and it is dirty, do not bother trying to clean it, you are better off replacing it, as it is more prone to wear and tear than a more sturdy pleated filter.

What is the ideal humidity level for my home?

The humidity level of a home is vitally important for both safety and comfort. A home that is not humid enough can be too dry for its occupants causing dry throats, noses and potentially damaging electrical equipment. Meanwhile, a home that is too humid is at risks of inviting pests and mold into their home. The ideal humidity level for a home falls within 35-50% with 40-45% being the most ideal.

How does air conditioning work?

The function of an air conditioner is not actually to pump cold air into the house, but rather to suck the heat out of the house and circulate cooler air from within the home until the home reaches the ideal temperature, humidity and air quality. The heat is pulled through the unit and out through the ventilation system, while the cooler air is pushed through the ductwork of the home. If you feel as though heat is not leaving your home quickly, check your ventilation system and if you don’t feel like cool air is flowing through your home fast enough, consider cleaning your ducts.

What size air conditioning unit do I need?

There are more factors than the size of home or business that goes into the size of unit that is required to heat or cool the space. Yes, size is one of the biggest components of this decision, but factors such as window size and quality, home orientation with regards to the sun and overall energy efficiency to the home. If a home is properly insulated and receives a bounty of free energy from the sun, it may be able to use a smaller unit. On the other hand, if a structure is poorly insulated and is shaded in the winter or baking in the sun in the summer, it will likely require a larger unit to properly heat and cool the building. Ultimately it is recommended to have an Albuquerque HVAC specialist come to your home to properly size your new HVAC unit.

What’s the difference between a variable speed furnace and a traditional furnace?

A traditional furnace will run at one speed, or 100%, at all times. This sounds ideal in that it should quickly heat up your home, however, not all temperature differences require this much energy to effectively heat your home. A variable speed furnace has the ability to first release an initial burst of heat at 65% percent capacity. Only if it is completely necessary will a variable speed furnace kick into 100% capacity. This not only saves energy (variable speed furnaces are more expensive but the energy savings can take as little as 4 years to pay off the difference), but the unit will be notably quieter. There is also an additional bonus to heating up a home more slowly, in that it allows the air in the home to be properly filtered and replaced to avoid the buildup of humidity or poor air quality.

For the answers to any of your HVAC questions or for Albuquerque heating and cooling services, contact Anderson Air Corps for an exceptional customer focused experience.

Your Guide to Central Heating Boilers

Heating your home by a boiler is a venerable method of central heating but there are a few options to consider when selecting a boiler for your home.

  • Your available space
  • If hot water is to be made via the boiler or if you have a separate system
  • Funds

Home heating boiler options

The boiler that most people are familiar with, and still the most popular model in the US, is the standard boiler. This is a boiler that can produce both hot water for heating and hot water for the homes needs, depending on the model. It works by using natural gas to heat water to 140*F and then pumps the water to the radiators throughout the home. On a condensing boiler, in which the steam produced during the combustion of natural gas to help heat water as it comes into the system, increases of 10-15% efficiencies can be had. The disadvantage to this type of boiler is the potential for it to take up a large floor space due to hot and cold water storage tanks, depending on the model.

The next most popular model is the combi boiler. Combi boilers produce both heat for the house and hot water for the home’s needs. The hot water produced for hot water needs is done on an as-needed basis which raises the efficiency ratings. These ratings are further increased if the boiler is a condensing type often above 90%.

System boilers are another option. These are something of a cross between the standard boiler and the combination boiler in that it possess both a small footprint and has storage tanks. In this type of boiler the storage tanks are built into the boiler itself, creating a small overall package. These come in both standard and condensing styles, as well.

Depending on your homes needs, available space, and funds, there is a specific model of boiler that would be most advantageous for you. If you would like to discuss your home heating boiler options, give us at Anderson Air Corps a call and we’ll gladly assist you!

Commercial Heat Pump Troubleshooting Tips

A heat pump style of HVAC system is an efficient way to heat and cool a space. Instead of generating heat or cooling air, it pumps heat either inside or out to warm or cool the inside of a building. While a heat pump may be more efficient than a traditional system, it may also develop more problems. Before you panic thinking your whole system is shot, consider these three common problems and what they mean.

Your Heat Pump is Running Constantly 

This is not uncommon during the hottest months of the year. Your heat pump is struggling to get the temperature down to where you have set it while outdoor temperatures are soaring. Check your thermostat to make sure the temperature has not been set too low. Call for service if you raise the temperature setting, but it’s still running.

Your heat pump may also run constantly during very cold weather and this is not always a problem.  Heat pumps run more than a furnace. However, if the outdoor temperatures are above 30 degrees you could have a problem: a frozen outdoor unit, leaking coolant, a broken compressor, or a system that is too small for your space.

Heavy Ice on the Outdoor Unit 

It is normal for the outdoor component of your heat pump system to frost over in the winter, but ice is can signify a problem. It can also cause problems, namely your pump not being able to warm your space. Normally the outdoor unit should periodically defrost itself. If it has built up a layer of ice, this function could be broken. The unit may also be low on refrigerant or there could be water leaking into the unit from your eaves or gutters. Another cause of icing is snow piling up around it. To avoid this, clear the snow out regularly.

Cold When You Should Have Heat 

If your indoor space isn’t heating there could be a simple solution. First check to see that the heat pump has not been accidentally switched to AC mode. Also check he outdoor unit to see if it is covered in ice. If these are not issues, it could be that your system has gotten dirty or has gone too long without regular maintenance. This can lead to long-term damage, so call for service and a cleaning soon.

Often an issue with your heat pump system is minor. A few troubleshooting tips may be all you need to figure out what is going on and what is needed to fix it. On the other hand if you have repeated issues, it may be time for a replacement.

 

Keep checking back with the Anderson Air Corps HVAC blog for more useful information like this.

Winter Heating Problems to Look Out For

During the winter months, our technicians at Anderson Air Corps commonly receive repair calls for certain furnace heating issues. A furnace is used in homes around the world to provide the much-needed heat source as the temperature begin to plummet in the winter months. There are common issues that can take place within a furnace that will see you have less heat in the home. Below are a few of these issues to help you learn what to look for when your furnace system starts to act up.

Failed Ignition Switch

If your furnace is not turning on, you may have a failed ignition switch. If you have a gas furnace, there are two components that are used to start up and generate the heat in the home. The pilot light will ignite when the flow of natural gas in the burner assembly activates. The heat will continue to burn as the home requires heating. If the assembly is not cleaned on a regular basis with heating service, the unit can become clogged and the ignition will refuse to ignite. The pilot light can break down and the unit will need to be repaired to ensure proper operation.

Issues with the Air Handler

An air handler is used in a furnace system to circulate air throughout the home as it operates. The air handler is basically a motor with a fan attached. The air handler has to be oiled on a regular basis to ensure that friction is reduced on the motor. The bearings can wear out and this can cause a loud sound to come from the furnace system. If the bearings are not replaced or oiled as needed, the air handler can burn out after overheating. This can be a major repair that takes time and has a high cost.

Cycling Heat

When you have a dirty or clogged filter, or an issue with the blower, you can have inadequate air flow in the home. Your furnace can start to turn on and off when this happens, causing cycling heating in the home. If you check the filter and blower and do not have an issue, it could be that the thermostat is faulty. You will need to have our technicians come out to your home to inspect the unit. We can help to determine the issue so that your unit will be operating effectively in no time.

Inconsistent Temperature

If you find that your furnace is operating continuously and is still cold, you may have a draft in the home. When you have a draft, such as a door draft or leaky window, you can experience a heat loss. This can also happen if you have insulation that is damaged in the home. When this happens, you must check for drafty spaces. Any issues must be repaired to ensure your unit is able to operate effectively without losing any heat, saving you money to keep the home comfortable.

Carbon Monoxide

When you have a furnace in the home, you must also be aware of carbon monoxide. This gas can be emitted from a furnace system and can cause issues with your health. Known as the silent killer, carbon monoxide can result in major health issues or even death. The gas is odorless, tasteless and colorless. If you have an older unit, you will be more at risk. Be sure to have carbon monoxide alarms installed and allow us to provide quality maintenance service on your system to ensure that unit is operating under safe conditions.

Care For Your System

Overall it is important to care for your furnace system. Any heating problems should be taken care of with furnace repair, which our technicians at Anderson Air Corps can provide. Contact us today to learn more about the HVAC services we can offer your home.

Anderson Heating And Cooling

Here at Anderson heating and cooling we feel that it is very important to recognize our team of highly trained technicians because if it weren’t for them we would not be where we are today and neither would cooling systems. They are what keep air conditioning systems improving because they are able to develop new ways and techniques to cool homes while saving money.

We offer many different services here and would be more than happy to have you as a customer. Our team here at Anderson is highly trained and has the knowledge to help you fix whatever problem you may have concerning your air conditioning system. To schedule a service or to just get some more information about air conditioners just give us a call.

Warning Signs that Indicate Furnace Repair

The heating system of the home is basically ignored until the winter season arrives. Home owners tend to lean on their unit more when the temperatures outside dip below freezing. All HVAC systems, including furnaces need to be maintained and cleaned on a regular basis. Like all machines, a furnace can break down, especially after a long time in service. As an owner of a furnace system, you must be aware of any warning signs that your unit is in need of repair.

At Anderson Air, we know the exact signs to look for that indicate your furnace is in need of repair. Furnace repair service is essential if you want your unit to last for many years to come. Heating service is essential if you find your unit is not operating up to par. Below are a few signs that your unit may be in need of repair or replacement in the home.

15+ Years Old

A furnace is designed to last for around 15 to 20 years. If you find that your unit is 15 years older or more, you are most likely having repair service conducted on your furnace on a regular basis. You will also be waiting for the unit to stop operating. Take matters into your own hands and have a new unit installed to save on both energy and money spent each month for operation. Our technicians at Anderson Air can assist you with finding a new unit to provide the essential heating service you need in the home with maximum energy efficiency.

An Increase in Utility Bill Cost

As you use your furnace system to heat the home, you can begin seeing an increase in the amount you pay for heating each month. When you see an increase in your unit cost, then something is wrong. Poor equipment can cause the system to operate inefficiently which means you spend more each month to reach the desired temperature setting.

Constant Adjusting of the Temperature

If you find yourself constantly visiting the thermostat to change the temperature in the home to be comfortable, then your furnace is not properly distributing the air in the home. This can be due to poor ventilation or from a failing component of your furnace system. Our technicians can use the diagnostic testing we provide to see what the cause may be. Once we have determined the issue, we provide the furnace repair service needed to get your unit back on track.

Burner is Yellow, Not Blue

Heating service comes in all forms, with our technicians trying to teach consumers what they can expect from the furnace system. The burner of the unit should be blue during operation. If you find your unit is showing a yellow flame, you might have a carbon monoxide leak. Repair service is needed immediately. This can be very dangerous to your home. Let us provide the quality furnace service to get your unit back to safe operating condition.

Noisy Furnace System

It is not uncommon for our technicians to be called to a home due to furnace noises. There are many common noises that can indicate the need for furnace repair. We can listen to your unit and determine which area of the system needs to be repaired. Sometimes you may have loose components while other times a part needs to be completely replaced.

To assist you with any furnace need, our technicians are always standing by. We are ready to help you with any furnace service need, from repairs to installations and maintenance. Contact our office today to learn more about what we can provide you and your furnace system.

Does Closing Furnace Vent Improve

Now days’ saving money on utility bills is most homeowner’s top priority because it is very easy to do. One of the most common questions we are asked here at Anderson Air is, will closing my furnace vent improve efficiency? It is not true that you can close off certain vent in your home and it will improve the efficiency of your system. It may seem like it would be very beneficial but below we are going to tell you why this method does not work, and provide you with a couple of ways that you can get better efficiency out of your HVAC system.

Why Closing Furnace Vent Seems Logical

It is very common to hear of people closing their vent off in a bedroom or bathroom that is not being used. It seems like a very logical way to improve your systems efficiency however its not. With the door and vent shut off to certain rooms in your home no heat should be pumped into the room, which you would think, would free your HVAC system to heat the rest of your house. At first glance there is nothing really wrong with this method because you think that the air has to go somewhere so by closing off the areas you don’t need it in you will save money and not be wasting heat. Our technicians have conducted studies and there are also many other studies that have concluded that closing vent off to certain rooms in your home actually increase energy usage costing you more money rather than saving it.

Why Closing Furnace Vent Actually Wastes Energy

All of the rooms in your home have cold air returns as well as furnace vent so shutting the vent doesn’t prevent air movement. Just like closing doors to prevent airflow it interferes with your homes efficiency. It may seem crazy but it actually creates pressure in the closed off room, which causes the return duct to pull in cold air from any cracks in the windows or doors. This will also cause the warm air to still try and push up through the closed vent and leak out into the room if they are not sealed properly. Believe it or not it is possible to damage your furnace by closing off too many vents in your home. There are many better ways to create an efficient furnace that will not cause you any trouble. Below we are going to provide you with some alternatives for when it comes to making your home more efficient.

Alternatives To Improving Your Furnace Efficiency

The number one way to improve furnace efficiency is to upgrade your furnace. Older models operate in the fifty to seventy percent range of energy efficiency while the newer models operate between ninety-five to ninety-eight percent efficiency. There is a significant cost to installing a new furnace but we can help. We will search and find you the best deal to fit your budget because we want you to be satisfied. Another more inexpensive way to improve furnace efficiency is by having it cleaned every couple of years to ensure that all of the ducts are tight and properly sealed. We offer this type of furnace service as well.

Cleaning out your furnace wont take no time if you leave it up to one of our professionals here at Anderson Air. If you have any questions about making your furnace more energy efficient give us a call we would be more than happy to help. We also provide any furnace repair services that you may need so if you think yours is in need of a repair be sure to contact us about that as well.

 

Benefits of Variable Speed Heat Pump

When it comes to comparing a variable speed heat pump vs. heat pumps it is important that you know what the variable speed heat pump does. A regular heat pump simply pumps the cold air from your home in the winter and pumps the hot air from your home during the summertime. Variable speed however is a term that is relatively new to HVAC systems and us here at Anderson Air. Older heating and cooling systems don’t have the ability to control fan speed like the variable speed heat pump does. The older systems are equipped with a blower fan that runs at only one speed as long as it is cut on while this new variable speed technology will allow you to control the fan making it the ultimate system for efficiency and energy saving performance. Below we are going to provide you with the many benefits of installing a variable speed heat pump in your home, and at the end of reading this article if you are interested in installing one we can help you with that.

Variable Speed Heat Pump Is Efficient

When our customers see the word efficient they automatically think of saving money because that’s just what these heat pumps do. If you live in a climate where it is very warm and you don’t have a heat pump heating and cooling your home you may just be missing out. The heat pump has the ability to keep you comfortable year around without running up your utility bills. Most heat pumps that you can buy today especially the variable speed heat pump include high ratings for efficiency. This is because heat pumps move heat rather than generating it so they use a lot less energy.

Don’t Run Your Fans At Full All Of The Time

The variable speed heat pump makes heat pump technology even more efficient. Why? Because there is no need for the systems fan to be running at full speed all of the time. Rather than having to turn your system off to keep the fan from running with the variable speed you can just cut the fan speed down. This allows for a better precision when it comes to the heating and cooling load of the unit, which will mean significantly reduced wear and tear.

Heat pumps have been proven to be a lot more energy efficient that any other heating and cooling systems, and some are even cheaper to purchase. The variable speed heat pumps are a lot less complex than other HVAC systems which most of the time means cheaper heat pump services. Unless you live in a bitterly cold climate you cant go wrong with a heat pump. Even if you do live in an extremely cold climate you can still use a heat pump you just may have to have a supplemental heater if the temperatures got too low.

Anderson Air Corps

Here at Anderson air we offer a variety or cooling and heating service not just heat pumps. Whether you are in need of a heating service or new installations we hope that you would choose us. We have a team of highly trained professionals that are able to provide you with any HVAC service you may need. Our employees will work with you and try to find the best possible heating source to equip your home, and did we mention we have really great prices? We have worked hard to provide you with the service you deserve because customer satisfaction is one of our top priorities. So if you are interested in installing a new heat pump or any other type of heating and cooling system give us a call!

Essential Furnace Check

Do A Furnace Check Before Winter Sets In

Winter is here and it’s time to start thinking about that furnace being turned on. Before you flip the switch, there are a few things you should do to the furnace and your home to safeguard your transition to winter.

Here at Anderson Air Corps we understand that you need your home to be warm and cozy for your family. We can provide you with some DIY tips and tricks to help make that happen. Our technicians can assist you with any heating system, furnace, or furnace repair you may need along the way. Check out these steps you should take before you turn on the furnace this winter.

Clean/Change the Filter

One of the first things that need to be done as part of furnace check before turning on the system is the furnace filter. Get a new fresh filter to start off the season with. This will help you reduce the risk of dusty and smoky smells coming through your home, and will stop any extra debris from last year from irritating your family.

Open All The Vents

Make sure that all the vents are opened throughout the home. This can cause problems with air coming through to heat your home if not. You may have closed vents at the end of the season last year and so it’s best to just check it before you turn it on.

Clean Around The Furnace

Make sure the area around your furnace is clean and free of any dirt or debris. If you have a gas furnace with a pilot light, simple debris could be a huge safety problem. Make sure it is cleaned and ready to go before hitting the switch.

Check Thermostat Settings

You want to review your current thermostat settings to make sure it is at a reasonable temperature before starting it back up. This is also where a programmable thermostat can come in handy. Set it and forget it!

Change The Batteries In CO And Smoke Detectors

Make sure you have fresh batteries to start off the season in your detectors. If you have a gas furnace it is a must to have the carbon monoxide detectors in your home. Make it part of your winterizing to change out the batteries before starting up your furnace.

Preventative Maintenance

Have you had your technician come out and inspect your unit yet? If not this is definitely a step that you should have done as part of furnace check. Our team at Anderson Air Corps comes out to your home and inspects every aspect of your furnace or heating system. By performing preventative maintenance on your system, you can stop major furnace repairs or emergency replacements from happening in the middle of the season. This maintenance step makes sure your furnace is ready to go come whatever the winter temperatures throw it’s way.

Whether you’re not sure if your furnace is ready or not, these tips will help you to make sure it is ready to go when the temperatures drop. Call our office at Anderson Air Corps for assistance with any and all of your heating and furnace check needs. We can do preventative maintenance, inspect your unit fully, and ensure your home is safe and ready to go when the mercury drops. Don’t just turn on the furnace and hope it’s ready to go. You could be setting yourself up for safety issues or damage to your unit and your home. Be sure you’re ready and have the confidence that your system will last you throughout the winter. Call our office today and allow our highly trained technicians to assist you in getting winterized with your furnace check.

Anderson Heating And Cooling

Here at Anderson heating and cooling we feel that it is very important to recognize our team of highly trained technicians because if it weren’t for them we would not be where we are today and neither would cooling systems. They are what keep air conditioning systems improving because they are able to develop new ways and techniques to cool homes while saving money.

We offer many different services here and would be more than happy to have you as a customer. Our team here at Anderson is highly trained and has the knowledge to help you fix whatever problem you may have concerning your air conditioning system. To schedule a service or to just get some more information about air conditioners just give us a call.

Furnace Filter Change

How Often To Change Filter

A furnace filter change is a huge part of taking care of your heating system during the winter. It can mean the difference between an efficient furnace and having to have an emergency furnace repair in the middle of the winter season. Here at Anderson Air Corps we can provide you with some DIY tips on how to know when it’s time to change your filter and how often a filter change is needed. Check out these tips from our highly trained and skilled technicians when it comes to your furnace filter needs.

When To Do A Furnace Filter Change

In most cases, a furnace filter change is recommended every 60-90 days depending on the filter you use. There are some other factors that come into play that could cause you to change your filter more often. Check out those factors below and determine whether you should change your filter once a month or every 60-90 days.

Do You Have A Pet?

If you have an indoor furry pet then you should change your filter, or clean it, once a month. Multiple pets, of course, would be entail a monthly furnace filter change. If you have no animals, you can typically get away with changing it every two to three months.

What Type Of Filter Do You Use?

The type of filter affects how often you must change it as well. If you use the smaller one-inch filters, they should be changed out each month. If you have the thicker filters, those can stay in longer than the thinner ones.

Is Your Home Dusty?

Do you notice a lot of dust in your home? If so, that means you need to change the filter more often. If you notice that your home seems quite dusty, a monthly furnace filter change is preferred. If you notice just mild dust then you can stretch out the furnace filter change longer.

Do You Have Smokers In The Home?

If you have anyone who smokes in the home it is recommended to change your filter more often than normal. If you have more than one smoker in the home, again the filter should be changed monthly.

Do You Like The Windows And Doors Open?

If you keep your windows and doors open when the weather is nice, you’ll want to do a furnace filter change more often. The windows and doors can let in pollen, which will clog up your filter. The filter should be changed once a month if this is the case.

Many Factors

There are many factors that go into when and how often you should change your furnace filter. These DIY tips help give you a better time frame on when to undertake a furnace filter change. If you do not have any of these issues in your home and use a thicker filter, you can typically get away with changing it every 60-90 days. If, however, any of these above factors are included in your home, once per month is better for the furnace and your home.

A bad filter can cause breathing issues with those who have sensitive breathing to start with if you don’t. A bad filter will also make your furnace work harder. By changing out the furnace filter on a regular basis you are preventing major furnace repairs, breathing problems, and giving your family a safe environment to reside in.

Call our office at Anderson Air Corps if you have questions on furnace maintenance, furnace repair, or more DIY tips to have energy efficient homes. We can inspect your current HVAC or heating system and help you find the best way to keep your family safe, happy, and warm this winter.

Anderson Heating And Cooling

Here at Anderson heating and cooling we feel that it is very important to recognize our team of highly trained technicians because if it weren’t for them we would not be where we are today and neither would cooling systems. They are what keep air conditioning systems improving because they are able to develop new ways and techniques to cool homes while saving money.

We offer many different services here and would be more than happy to have you as a customer. Our team here at Anderson is highly trained and has the knowledge to help you fix whatever problem you may have concerning your air conditioning system. To schedule a service or to just get some more information about air conditioners just give us a call.

Furnace Half As Hot As The Sun?

HVAC technology is always changing and evolving to make better products for home and business locations. From programmable thermostats to new furnace additions, you’ll find something new going on in this industry all the time. One of the newest products that is being developed is a furnace that burns quite hot. It actually was measured to burn half as hot as the sun actually does! Can you believe that? Here at Anderson Air Corps we strive to stay on top of the newest technology to ensure our customers get the best of the best. This new unit is still a ways from coming out and there are risks and benefits to this system. Check out the information on this newest furnace addition to the industry and see what your thoughts are on this process.

What is this hot furnace?

This really hot furnace was built and developed in China at the Wuhan University of Technology. They have developed a levitating furnace that can reach temperatures of up to 30,000 degrees Celsius. This extreme heat is due to the fact that the hot furnace is not touching any material so it can get that high. The furnace was built to “levitate specimens in a stream of argon gas and heat them with powerful lasers”. This is how the temperatures can reach such astronomical numbers.

Risks Involved

One concern that many have with the temperatures getting this high is in industrial situations. At times hot furnaces do explode in manufacturing and industrial locations. Most times this doesn’t involve injuries but other times it could be quite dire. Those furnaces only get up to around 2000 degrees. Could you imagine a furnace 15 times as hot having a catastrophic failure?

While there are always possible complications, as with any hot furnace, keeping up with your furnace maintenance, furnace service and repairs can help you prevent malfunctions. Scientists are still trying to figure out how to handle and reach the temperatures of the sun. No one knows if they’ll ever successfully reach the full temperature of the sun, but this hot furnace is a step in getting closer than ever before.

The Need for Maintenance

Whether you want to keep up with the heat of the sun or you just have a regular hot furnace from today’s technology, keep in mind that maintenance and service are keys in having a long happy life with your heating system.

Our team here at Anderson Air Corps provides a variety of services including maintenance, installation, repairs, and servicing your unit. Our technicians are trained to work on any make or model you have currently have in your home. They are certified and treat your home with the respect they treat their own. You’ll be pleased with every encounter you have with our staff and friendly technicians.

Make sure to call and schedule your regular annual maintenance for your furnace today so that you’re ready to face the cold temperatures ahead. You can catch small problems now before they turn into larger repair costs down the road. This not only helps you prepare for the season, the other benefits of maintenance include peace of mind, better energy efficiency, and reducing the chance of emergency repair costs when the temperatures dip low.

While your home or business may not be ready for the hot furnace that’s half as hot as the sun, you can be sure your home will be taken care of and ready for whatever winter throws its way with a call to our staff at the Anderson Air Corps office. Get your home prepared for winter and keep your family nice and toasty warm all season long with maintenance and service today.

Anderson Heating And Cooling

Here at Anderson heating and cooling we feel that it is very important to recognize our team of highly trained technicians because if it weren’t for them we would not be where we are today and neither would cooling systems. They are what keep air conditioning systems improving because they are able to develop new ways and techniques to cool homes while saving money.

We offer many different services here and would be more than happy to have you as a customer. Our team here at Anderson is highly trained and has the knowledge to help you fix whatever problem you may have concerning your air conditioning system. To schedule a service or to just get some more information about air conditioners just give us a call.