Why get an HVAC Tune Up

Spring AC Tune Up Indianapolis

Think of an HVAC tune up like getting the oil changed on your car or having your car tuned up. Keeping the engine in tip-top shape keeps you safe on the road. What goes into a tune up? Monitor refrigerant pressure Test starting capabilities Test safety controls Clean or replace air filters Check/adjust blower components…

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Why an HVAC Tune Up; Advice from an Indianapolis AC company

Homeowners often wonder why HVAC companies insist on HVAC system tune-ups every six months. Some people might think it’s just a scam to make some money. Nope! It’s about maintaining your system to ensure coming home never felt so good. Think of an HVAC tune up like getting the oil changed on your car or…

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Remember the round one? Times have changed!

  I’ve been in the furnace and AC business for decades. That means I have some great memories of how things were. Years ago Honeywell cornered the market with their thermostats. They called it the “round one.” It was in more homes than any other thermostat in the world. As a matter of fact if…

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It’s hot, hot, hot and I’m HAPPY!

Yep it’s hot! Like go outside and come back it stinky, sweaty, hot kinda hot… and that’s not always good hot, right? Our Indianapolis air conditioning repair and maintenance team visits a lot of homes in central Indiana and hears a lot of banter from homeowners about the heat and the lack of rain. Some…

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Celebrating Howald’s opening

When we officially opened as Howald Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing last fall we published this promise: We will always have an open door policy with our customers and our employees. After your experience with Howald Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing, we want to hear from you about your experience. It will only make us…

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AC 101: Air Conditioners don’t make cold air

Did you know air conditioners don’t make cold air? That’s right, your air conditioner (soon to be humming away this summer) does not make cold air. Instead it takes heat of the air. It’s a simple principle that was developed way back in 1902 by Willis Haviland Carrier (yep, that’s the founding father of our…

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