Excel Air Corporation Blog: Archive for January, 2018

Why Your Heat Pump Isn’t Heating

Monday, January 29th, 2018

heat-pumpHeat pump issues are pretty common during the summer and winter seasons, when demand on climate control systems tend to be greatest. One of the most common manifestations of heat pump issues is that of the system failing to heat properly. If your heat pump isn’t providing enough heat for your needs, whether that means it’s not blowing enough air or the air is the wrong temperature, you should have a look at some of these possible reasons why.

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Heat Pump Issues to be Aware of This Winter

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

man standing in front of thermostat looking coldAs you use your heat pump to stay warm throughout the day, you need to make sure that you keep an eye out for signs that the system is in trouble. If you allow problems to develop in the heat pump over time, you will end up paying a lot more in repair costs when you finally do get it taken care of. It’s far better to catch problems early, so that you can limit the damage done to the system and pay less in repair costs overall. Have a look at some of the common heat pump issues you should watch out for this winter.

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Why Would I Choose Radiant Heating Over Forced Air?

Monday, January 15th, 2018

Radiant-HeatingRadiant heating has been largely eclipsed by forced air heaters over the last century, but they remain a very viable and beneficial method for home heating. If you’re in the market for a new home heating system, you might want to take a look at what radiant heating systems have to offer you. Have a look below at how radiant heating systems operate, and what advantages they can offer you this season.

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Keep Your Indoor Air Quality High This Winter

Monday, January 1st, 2018

woman-blowing-noseHeating is a pretty high priority during the winter, even in California. However, it’s not the only thing you should be worried about. Indoor air quality is a very important factor for both your health and comfort, especially after all the fires we’ve been having lately. If you’re interested in keeping your indoor air quality as high as possible, there are a number of different ways that you could go about it.

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