We are saying goodbye to one year and saying hello to another! Our team works hard all year long to provide our customers and readers with resourceful blogs. We enjoy finding topics that will help our customer’s decisions and research when looking into heating and cooling replacement and maintenance for their home.
Before 2022 ends, we want to cover and share the most popular blog topics amongst our website visitors this year. Listen to the year end review on the podcast below as well.
1. Is it OK To Close Vents In Your Home?
This is a frequent question our team gets. Our experts don’t recommend closing your vents completely. If you close your vents, you might risk a breakdown from airflow restriction or causing long-term effects to your HVAC system. >> See more about why we don’t recommend closing vents.
2. What Causes A Pilot Light To Go Out?
A pilot light is mostly seen in older furnaces and can be a reason that these furnaces fail to operate. There are many reasons a pilot light could go out, including the age and condition of the HVAC system. >> Learn more about the common reasons a pilot light goes out, and WATCH our video to hear our expert on the topic.
3. Will Closing Doors To Unused Rooms Save Energy?
It’s a common assumption that closing doors to unused rooms will save you money on your energy bills. However, closing your bedroom doors doesn’t improve efficiency and can actually increase your utility bills. >> Read on for a further explanation and see what you CAN do for the best HVAC system performance.
4. Is It Recommended To Cover Your Air Conditioner?
There are a few different sides to this question – some say that a cover will help protect the A/C from outdoor debris. Others say that putting a cover on your air conditioner can cause corrosion on the coils. Your A/C is built to be outside, and we recommend not covering it. >> See more about air conditioners with and without protective tops.
5. Aluminum Coils Vs. Copper Coils In Your HVAC System
We know that technology is ever-changing and advancing in the HVAC industry. These improvements include upgrading the evaporator coil from aluminum to copper. Coils are an essential part of the cooling operations in the HVAC system. >> Learn more about why aluminum coils are better than copper coils.
6. 8 Common Causes Of An Air Conditioning System Breakdown
During the hot summer weather that we get in Ohio, your air conditioner is going to be working hard. The last thing you need is for your air conditioner to break down during the hottest day of the year. There are many reasons for an A/C breakdown; read on to see the most common cooling malfunctions. >> SEE ALSO: Furnace Breakdown? 4 Things To Check Before You Call For Help
7. Main Components Of A Home Heating System
There are many components in your heating system that work together to make sure it operates correctly. While some parts of the system are more commonly known, every piece of furnace equipment needs to work properly and efficiently for optimal comfort in your home. >> Learn about these main components in your furnace.
8. How To Turn Your Furnace On For Heating Season
Our team always recommends turning your heating system on prior to cold weather to address any furnace issues that may arise. We offer some tips on how to turn your furnace on for heating season and what to look/listen for when firing it up.
9. Why I Chose A Mitsubishi Electric Ductless Mini-Split to Condition My 2-Story Home
Dealing with inconsistent temperatures and hot/cold spots throughout your home? The Mitsubishi Electric ductless mini-split system might be the solution to uncomfortable rooms. The Marketing Director at Logan Services shared her testimonial on the Mitsubishi ductless mini-split and how it works for her home comfort. >> Watch her testimonial and read on.
10. How To Reset Your Trane 624 Thermostat For A Heat Pump System
If you lose power to your heating and cooling system, the last thing you want to worry about is whether or not the thermostat will keep the correct settings when the power returns. If you have Trane’s 624 thermostat and it loses power, it will default to factory settings, causing problems for your system’s operation. >> Read and see how to easily reset your Trane 624 thermostat.
We hope you enjoy reading some of our most popular HVAC topics this year. Count on the experts at Logan Services to help educate you and help you with all things heating and cooling! Our team proudly serves the Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati communities with heating and cooling replacement, repair, and maintenance.
Have a question that still needs to be answered? Contact our team today!