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When to Air Out the Inside
Did you know that your efforts to save energy could be compromising your indoor air quality? That’s because harmful elements can’t escape an airtight environment, and become concentrated indoors instead. We recommend that you “air out” your home about once a week. In the winter, turn off your heating system and open a few windows while you make a run to the grocery store or take a walk around the neighborhood. In the summer, open windows at night and keep them closed during the heat of the day. As Westinghouse heating and air experts, we can recommend additional products and practices to improve the air quality of your home. Call us for a consultation today.
Tips on When Zoning Is a Good Idea
Could your home benefit from a zoning system? These systems are a ideal for multilevel homes with large open areas, vaulted ceilings, a room over the garage, furnished areas in the attic or basement or where vents are shut off to unused rooms. As Westinghouse HVAC experts, we can recommend a zoning system or other equipment that can cut your bills and make your home more comfortable. Call us for a consultation today.
Signs of a Good Contractor
What are the signs of excellence in a heating and air contractor? A good dealer will always be focused on you. He will listen, learn and respond to your needs with a customized proposal that’s specific to your home situation. He’ll offer suggestions for saving money on your energy bills and improving your home’s air quality. And, he should be able to back it all up with clearly stated repair and warranty policies and the names and phone numbers of satisfied customers. As Westinghouse heating and air experts, we offer innovative products, adhere to the highest service standards, and can provide a list of references in your area. Call and see what we’re all about today.