J Newton Cohen Blog, Salisbury, NC
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Do you want to make sure you have the right heating and cooling equipment for your needs in Salisbury, North Carolina? Do you want to know how to find a trusted team to provide HVAC services? Visit the J Newton Cohen blog for more information about keeping your home or business comfortable!
by Salisbury HVAC Contractor | Mar 6, 2023November 3rd, 2022 | HVAC Blog
Whether you’re a new homeowner or simply want to learn more about the systems of your house, having background knowledge of your heating systems can be very useful. Here is some information you’ll want to know about home heating systems: Kinds of heaters: The most common types of heaters include...
by Salisbury HVAC Contractor | Feb 6, 2023November 3rd, 2022 | HVAC Blog
When temperatures drop, you depend on your heating system to keep your home feeling inviting and comfortable. By keeping up with the maintenance of your heater and keeping an eye on the warning signs of system malfunction, you can protect yourself and your wallet from costly replacement. Not...
by Salisbury HVAC Contractor | Jan 5, 2023November 3rd, 2022 | HVAC Blog
Your boiler is a crucial component of your HVAC system tasked with burning fuel to heat water and create steam, which then travels through pipes to increase the temperature throughout your home. Boilers typically last 20 years or longer. When your boiler begins to fail, you’ll want to know the...
by Salisbury HVAC Contractor | Dec 5, 2022November 3rd, 2022 | HVAC Blog
Most furnaces last 20 to 30 years Furnaces are complex appliances that require specialized tools and training to properly install. If not executed properly, DIY projects risk safety hazards like carbon dioxide exposure, inefficient heating, or frequent repairs. Before having a new furnace...
by Salisbury HVAC Contractor | Nov 4, 2022June 15th, 2022 | HVAC Blog
With the colder months on their way, it is important that you get your heating system ready for winter. There are a few things you should do before turning your furnace on to ensure it is ready to heat your home properly. If you haven’t done so already, take the time to complete these steps to...