Our team at Andy’s Heating & Cooling regularly gets calls about frozen heat pumps. Though common, a heat pump freeze-up usually means your system’s components are not working correctly. Sometimes you can fix it yourself. But oftentimes, you will need to call a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) professional, like us, as the problem may require a part replacement or complex repair.
In the winter, being snug as a bug in a rug in your home can be cozy, but it can also play havoc with your indoor air quality (IAQ) here in Idaho, creating some significant health problems. At Andy’s Heating & Cooling, we recommend taking precautions to avoid the common issues associated with winter indoor air quality.
It’s understandable that maintenance tasks often fall by the wayside. Many Coeur d’Alene homeowners follow the mantra of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Everyone is busy and many seemingly more important priorities tend to creep up every month to consume time and money.
It is an “Oh no!” moment when you approach your home’s thermostat and see its screen is blank. Is it serious? Does it mean your furnace, heat pump, or air conditioning is broken? Not necessarily. In fact, most of the time, it is something minor and can be easily fixed.
With all the options available for setting your programmable thermostat, it is easy to get confused. Of course, this defeats the purpose of a programmable thermostat––it is designed for you to “set it and forget it,” making your life easier. Naturally, anything can be...
At Andy’s Heating and Cooling, we offer financing options with quick approvals! Whether you need to replace a costly part or want to purchase a new product, schedule an appointment with our finance team to see how we can help you. We can help you with the application process while going over rates and low monthly payment options.
Now is the best time to improve your indoor air quality. Our team wants to teach you simple ways on how to improve your home’s air.
Having trouble with your air conditioner? Our team wants to share these common AC problems and solutions to help your home stay cool.
Is your home’s AC blowing hot air instead of cold air? Our team has provided a list of possible issues to know how to fix them.
Looking to save money this spring? Our team wants to help you with the following ideas to make some money-saving tips for your home.
Coeur d'Alene: 208-772-4570
Spokane Area: 509-484-2665
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