Get Ahead Of The Furnace Break Down Season

Get Ahead Of The Furnace Break Down Season Now

It is October and time to take a look at your home heating needs. It is hard to hear that with these beautiful 70 and 80 degree temperatures that we are experiencing in Southern Idaho, but whether you live in the Boise region, Twin Falls, or Pocatello and Idaho Falls regions, you know that it is only a matter of time until things change. If it is anything like last year, it may even change on a dime!You should always have your heating system checked and maintained every year. This will prolong the life of your system, save you money, and provide greater safety and comfort to you and your family. This is common sense and good home economics management 101.What I want to address in this article is what the homeowner should be on the look-out for if they’ve perhaps foregone regular furnace maintenance and tune-ups. Here are just a few signs that your system needs immediate attention. ... Read More
Discover the Different Kinds of Heat Pumps

Discover the Different Kinds of Heat Pumps

Not all heat pumps are created equal - geothermal and air source heat pumps differ greatly in the way they provide heat to your Boise home or office.Here, you can take a look at some of the ways that geothermal and air source heating systems differ, along with some of their similarities. An air source heat pump works by exchanging hot and cold air in a closed system similar to a refrigerator; air source heat pumps are common fixtures on homes and can often extract useful heat from temperatures as low as five degrees Fahrenheit.With their ubiquity and relatively high level of efficiency compared with electric space heaters comes a low need for maintenance: air source heat pumps can function for ten to twenty years at times with minimal maintenance.It is a good idea, though, to keep an eye on the state of your air source heat pump - a failing heat pump can be a very serious issue in the cold winter months. ... Read More
Stay Warm and Safe During this Historically Cold and Wet Nampa Winter

Survival Guide: Stay Warm and Safe During this Historically Cold and Wet Nampa Winter

Between the large amounts snow, chilling temperatures, slick ice, and school closures, the Nampa area has been faced with alarming weather conditions this winter, and we’ve only reached January. With this historically cold and snowy winter, it’s time to think about your Nampa heating system to be sure your family isn’t left out in the cold. Right Now Heating and Air is here for your Nampa heating and Nampa furnace repair needs ... Read More