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7 Ways to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

Many people seek to make their home more eco-friendly to protect the environment and to save money. Many homes need only small changes to increase their eco-friendliness by decreasing their power and water use. Learn some ways you can make your home more eco-friendly. Install Programmable Thermostats A programmable thermostat can regulate your home’s temperature according to your schedule, ...

Can HVAC Maintenance Help Your Allergies?

Indoor allergens, such as pet dander, mold, chemicals, and dust, can circulate around your house through your HVAC system. When your system is not in use, the allergen particles can build up in vents. When you start your system again, and as the weather begins to change, these allergens can be released into your home. This can make your allergy symptoms worsen, and leave you reaching for the ...

Importance of Heating Maintenance in the Summer

Summer is in full swing and temperatures are high, which means that the last thing that is likely to be on your mind is your heater. You’re thinking of your air conditioner and what you would do if the unit broke down or stopped working. While this is perfectly reasonable to do — your air conditioner is, after all, very important in the summer — you should also give some sort of ...

Why is My Heater Blowing Cold Air?

When winter descends, nothing is as satisfying as turning on your heater and making your home cozy. However, you might be in for an unpleasant surprise when you turn on your heater and find cold air blowing out. This can happen for a number of reasons centering on your heating unit. It is important to make sure your heater functions properly. Common Factors for When Your Heater Blows Cold Air ...

6 Reasons Your Heater Might Not Be Working

As the cold air settles in this winter, our heaters can feel like a godsend. They offer a respite from the chilly winter weather. There is something so comforting sitting in a heated room while the wind whispers outside. Unfortunately, if your heater does not work, the winter can seem unbearable, especially in Indiana and Ohio. But before you start to freak out, take a breath and check to see if ...

New Year's Resolutions for Your Home

If you are like us, you can’t quite believe 2016 is already here. It seems like just yesterday we were trying on outrageous outfits for the Halloween party. However, the New Year is here and along with it are our resolutions to make this year even better than the last. Many people gravitate towards self-improvement and building lasting relationships. They tend to focus on human matters and ...

Happy Holidays from Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling

It seemed like just yesterday that we were recovering from our food coma after Thanksgiving and now the year is almost over. At Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling, we hope you had a wonderful holiday and have a happy New Year! It has been our pleasure and honor to help you with all your plumbing and HVAC needs this past year. We look forward to tackling any problems that may arise in the ...

Get That Plumbing or Heating Tune-Up Before the Holidays

There are many things people do to prepare for the holidays. If you’re like us, you probably have your ugly Christmas sweater ready to go. You may also spend time lighting menorahs, trimming trees, and setting up all the gingerbread cookies you are going to be decorating. However, just as important as the decorations is checking out your plumbing and heating before the holidays are here. ...

Why Won't My Furnace Start?

Brr…baby, it’s cold inside! Though these might not be the lyrics you remember from the holiday classic, it might be the words you sing if your furnace doesn’t turn on! Your furnace is the system that works hard to keep your home warm. With the winter setting in nicely, it might be a key to a comfortable holiday season. But what do you do when your furnace doesn’t turn on? ...

5 Heating Tips to Help You Survive This Upcoming Winter

It seems like just yesterday that you were sipping on lemonade and eating watermelon. However, with the blink of an eye, the air has turned chilly, the leaves are falling, and winter is imminent. Indiana and Ohio are states that can get cold quite fast. You do not want to freeze with the coming frost. That is why we have compiled a list of tips to ensure that your home is warm and that you get ...

Furnace Filter Factors Every Homeowner Should Consider

When pollutants like dust, mold, pollen and pet dander get trapped inside your home, it can seriously diminish your indoor air quality. Fortunately, by choosing the right furnace filter for your heating system you can significantly reduce airborne particles and improve the air inside your home. --The following section provides more information about the various types of furnace filters that are ...

Replacing Your Water Heater: Compare The EF Ratings Before You Decide

When it’s time to replace your water heater, there are more things to consider than price and capacity — like the EF. The EF (energy factor) rating is established by U.S. Department of Energy to assist consumers in comparing different water heaters. All water heaters carry an EF rating, displayed prominently on the unit, regardless of size, brand, model or fuel. The energy factor will ...

Rely On Well Water? Just As Your Furnace Needs To Be Sized, So Does Your Well Pump

Connecting your residence to well water involves considerations beyond merely digging the well. The pumping system utilized, the well capacity and correct sizing of that system to your home’s needs all affect your ultimate satisfaction. Shallow-well systems, the most common, are used in wells with depths around 25 feet and normally incorporate a jet pump located at ground level, drawing well ...

Your New Heat Pump: Four High-Efficiency Features It Pays To Consider

Recent advances in heat pump technology make them one of the best ways to cool and heat homes, even in Indiana’s climate with its cold winters. These HVAC appliances must meet specific energy standards. The minimum SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) stands at 13, and the HSPF (heating season performance factor) must be 7.7. Features that raise both the SEER and HSPF include: ...
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7 Ways to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

Many people seek to make their home more eco-friendly to protect the environment and to save money. Many homes need only small changes to increase their eco-friendliness by decreasing their power and ...
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Can HVAC Maintenance Help Your Allergies?

Indoor allergens, such as pet dander, mold, chemicals, and dust, can circulate around your house through your HVAC system. When your system is not in use, the allergen particles can build up in vents. ...
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Continue reading "Importance of Heating Maintenance in the Summer" »

Why is My Heater Blowing Cold Air?

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6 Reasons Your Heater Might Not Be Working

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Continue reading "6 Reasons Your Heater Might Not Be Working" »

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Continue reading "Happy Holidays from Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling" »

Get That Plumbing or Heating Tune-Up Before the Holidays

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Continue reading "Get That Plumbing or Heating Tune-Up Before the Holidays" »

Why Won't My Furnace Start?

Brr…baby, it’s cold inside! Though these might not be the lyrics you remember from the holiday classic, it might be the words you sing if your furnace doesn’t turn on! Your furnace ...
Continue reading "Why Won't My Furnace Start?" »

5 Heating Tips to Help You Survive This Upcoming Winter

It seems like just yesterday that you were sipping on lemonade and eating watermelon. However, with the blink of an eye, the air has turned chilly, the leaves are falling, and winter is imminent. ...
Continue reading "5 Heating Tips to Help You Survive This Upcoming Winter" »

Furnace Filter Factors Every Homeowner Should Consider

When pollutants like dust, mold, pollen and pet dander get trapped inside your home, it can seriously diminish your indoor air quality. Fortunately, by choosing the right furnace filter for your ...
Continue reading "Furnace Filter Factors Every Homeowner Should Consider" »

Replacing Your Water Heater: Compare The EF Ratings Before You Decide

When it’s time to replace your water heater, there are more things to consider than price and capacity — like the EF. The EF (energy factor) rating is established by U.S. Department of ...
Continue reading "Replacing Your Water Heater: Compare The EF Ratings Before You Decide" »

Rely On Well Water? Just As Your Furnace Needs To Be Sized, So Does Your Well Pump

Connecting your residence to well water involves considerations beyond merely digging the well. The pumping system utilized, the well capacity and correct sizing of that system to your home’s ...
Continue reading "Rely On Well Water? Just As Your Furnace Needs To Be Sized, So Does Your Well Pump" »

Your New Heat Pump: Four High-Efficiency Features It Pays To Consider

Recent advances in heat pump technology make them one of the best ways to cool and heat homes, even in Indiana’s climate with its cold winters. These HVAC appliances must meet specific energy ...
Continue reading "Your New Heat Pump: Four High-Efficiency Features It Pays To Consider" »