A Guide to Attic Insulation

August 11, 2020

Insulation in your attic saves you a lot of money on your energy bills. However, it’s a good idea to have a professional install insulation. In all likelihood, it won’t be as effective at preventing heat from transferring out of your home through the roof if you attempt to do the installation by yourself. Here are the main factors to think about when it comes to your attic insulation. Signs You Need New Insulation Mysteriously increasing energy bills are a sign you may not have enough attic insulation. Your existing insulation may be old, have water

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How to Improve Seasonal Allergies with Better Indoor Air

July 15, 2020

If you suffer from allergies, relieving your symptoms is likely something that is always on your mind. Did you know that the air in your home has a major effect on these conditions? Let us take a closer look at how to improve seasonal allergies with better indoor air. Sleeping To start things off, better indoor air makes it easier to sleep. When there aren’t particles in the air to disturb your allergies, you’ll be able to get a good night’s rest. Your allergies won’t flare up in the middle of the night, and you’ll

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How To Clean Air Conditioner Coils

June 16, 2020

The condenser coils in your air conditioning unit can get quite dirty. The cleaner they are, the more efficiently the system operates in cooling your home. You should clean the coils once a year, and here’s how to do it. Turn off the Power You should flip the circuit breaker for your air conditioner so it’s powered off. It’s always important to make safety the first priority. Remove the Panel Your central air conditioner has a panel you can remove using a screwdriver. If you’re not sure what the panel looks like,

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How To Unclog Your AC Drain Pipe

May 13, 2020

A clogged AC drain pipe can shut your entire air conditioning system down. Since it can be such a headache, it’s important to take care of it right away. Here’s what you need to know about your AC drain pipe. Signs Your AC Drain Pipe is Clogged The biggest sign is that your AC system isn’t working. Besides that, you may see water pooling around your air handler unit. You may smell mold in your house, in which case it’s really important to solve the issue right away. You may also see the water safety switch

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Tips for Cleaning Your HVAC System

April 16, 2020

With spring in full swing, now is a great time to get your house cleaned and ready for the warmer weather ahead. One part of your Clinton home that you shouldn’t overlook is your HVAC system. You should be taking care to clean your HVAC system throughout the year, not just in the spring. To help you keep your HVAC unit as clean as possible in-between maintenance visits, we at Logan's Heating & Cooling offer these HVAC cleaning tips. Check the Intakes To operate efficiently, your HVAC system needs to be able to take in

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What is HVAC? What is the Future of an HVAC Specialist?

March 17, 2020

You might have questions about what HVAC is and what type of future HVAC specialists have given advances in technology and other factors. One thing that is fairly clear is that there will be people working in the HVAC industry for decades to come. What is HVAC? HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning. It’s how homes and businesses are heated, cooled and ventilated. Your home’s furnace and air conditioner are HVAC equipment. As homes have become tightly sealed due to advances in construction, homes nowadays have mechanical ventilation. Logan's Heating & Cooling is

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Should My Furnace Fan Continuously Run

February 13, 2020

As a trusted provider of HVAC services in the Clinton, MO area, our team at Logan’s Heating & Cooling frequently receives questions about energy efficiency. To help our customers heat their homes more efficiently, we offer: HVAC inspection Furnace maintenance Furnace repair HVAC tune-ups One of the most frequently asked questions we receive from customers is whether it is best to keep their furnace fans running 24/7. Is It Safe to Run Your Furnace Continuously? The truth is your

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5 Furnace Facts

January 15, 2020

Your heating system plays an important role in keeping your home comfortable. Choosing the right furnace and keeping it in optimum working condition will not only keep you warm when it is cold outside but also save you a lot of hassle and aggravation. 1. High-Efficiency Furnaces Are Available to Help Save on Heating Costs With a traditional furnace, a lot of the heat produced goes up the exhaust pipe. Lightly touch the pipe with the back of your hand, and you can feel money going up in smoke. A high-efficiency furnace absorbs the

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3 Tips for Holiday Lights and Electrical Safety

December 18, 2019

Putting up holiday lights is likely to be a tradition in your household. Of course, you want to make sure you set up holiday lights in a safe manner to avoid electrical issues. The following are three ways to set up your holiday lights so that they operate safely throughout the season. 1. Choose a GFCI Outlet for Your Lights Using a ground fault circuit interrupter, also known as a GFCI outlet, is one way to help your holiday lights to operate safely. The purpose of a GFCI outlet is to break the

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