Heating FAQs

Heating FAQs 

These are the most frequently asked questions having to do with heating. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you don’t see your question answered below.

What is a heat pump?

  • A heat pump is an all-in-one heating and cooling system. Instead of separate systems, like a furnace and an air conditioner, a heat pump can cool your home during summer and heat your home during the winter.

Should I change the filter for my furnace?

  • Yes, you should change the furnace air filters frequently. Be sure and use the right size for your furnace, and ensure they are installed the right way. Depending on the amount of system usage, pet dander, hair or fur, dust and other contaminants in the air, Advanced Air Home Services suggests changing your air filter every 30 to 90 days.

Why should I clean the area around my furnace when I get a repair?

  • It is important to keep the area around the furnace free of debris, dirt, and any miscellaneous items. Making sure no storage items are in the area will also help ensure the equipment is more accessible for repairs or inspections.

How do I know that I need a new heater?

  • If your heater requires frequent repairs, is 15 years or older, or cannot heat your home effectively, we recommend you replace it. When a heater or HVAC system is old, it doesn’t operate as effectively and may actually end up costing you more money than it should.
  • Remember, if you still aren’t sure about anything don’t hesitate to contact us at (386) 260-2330!
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