Spring Cleaning Time: Tips for Cleaning Your HVAC System

As winter fades and spring makes an appearance, remember to go through your spring cleaning checklist. As you clean out your home and let the fresh air in, always remember to give your HVAC system a good cleaning too. Here are a few tips for cleaning your HVAC system after a long winter. Change your air filters: we can’t stress how important changing your filters is. Frequently changing your air filters is one of the easiest ways to keep your HVAC system running smooth and will even help it run better for longer. If you don’t know how often to change
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Improving Indoor Air Quality: Simple tips you can get started with today!

When you think of allergies this time of year you most likely think of common outdoor culprits such as pollen and ragweed, but poor indoor air quality can also rec havoc on your allergies. Studies have shown that indoor air quality can be five times worse in terms of pollution than outdoors. Here are some tips to implement. Thankfully there are some pretty simple things you can do around your home to improve your household’s air quality and help your family remain as healthy as possible. Change your air filter A dirty or clogged air filter means your HVAC system
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How to Avoid Costly Repairs with these HVAC Maintenance Tips

No one likes costly repairs, so it’s important we take care of our homes the best we can so that we avoid them. This not only applies to the things around your home you can see, but to the systems we can’t see that keep us warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Below you’ll find some simple HVAC maintenance tips to help you avoid costly repairs. Remember to replace your filters: replacing your filters is one of the easiest ways to keep your HVAC system clean and running efficiently year round. Even if the filter doesn’t look dirty,
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3 Tips on How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Low air quality in your home can be hazardous to your health and your mood. Moisture, odor, gases, and dust can all affect the quality of the air in your home. Are you looking for ways to improve the quality of the air you breathe inside of your home? Try these tips from Jon Wayne Heating & Air for freshening your home’s air. The first approaching to improving air quality in your home is to eliminate sources of pollution or to reduce their emissions. There are some sources that can be sealed or enclosed to decrease the number of emissions.
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Winter Furnace Maintenance Benefits

You know the winter season has arrived when you stroll out to your mailbox, only to see postcard ads and flyers falling out of the mail.  Winter is most often when you get solicitations for all kinds of winter maintenance, including HVAC related issues. A furnace is a machine that is often viewed as either working or not working.  As consumers, if it’s not broke, it is hard for us to imagine doing anything to fix it.  That is where maintenance comes in. Maintenance doesn’t give the furnace life, as it is already working, it does, however, add many more
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Why is Furnace Maintenance Important?

There are plenty of ways to stay warm and protect yourself from those harsh, frigid temperatures this coming winter. You could put on plenty of layers, dressing in sweaters, socks, and even scarves to keep that precious heat close to your body. You might consider making a pot of coffee or a mug of steaming hot chocolate to stay cozy. You may even find that snuggling up to a special someone on the couch while binge-watching Netflix is the optimal way to be warm and comfortable. While these are all sound strategies to beating the cold, by far the easiest way
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Five Signs You’re Due For a Furnace Replacement

Winter is the time of year that puts a strain on your heating system. If your furnace can’t heat your home throughout the winter, it’s time to replace it now. Most homes and apartments have a central heating system to generate heat and ensure the comfort of the occupants. A heating system can consist of a furnace or a heat pump to transfer heat by conduction, convection, or radiation. Don’t wait for it to break down in the middle of the coldest months and you are stuck in a cold house. It might be time to hire a skilled HVAC
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The Basics of Air Conditioner Replacement

Your air conditioning system represents a significant investment in your home. Air conditioning systems typically last for many years and are vital for keeping you cool during the hot and humid summer months. As you prepare for your air conditioner replacement, use this guide to understand what to expect. When is air conditioner replacement necessary? The status of your current air conditioner needs to be evaluated before you can determine whether replacement is necessary. Even if the system has seemingly quit working, it could be a simple issue with a fast and inexpensive fix. The age of your system isn’t
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Is Your Home Ready for Fall?

As the fun and sunshine of summer draws to a close, you may be thinking of how best to prepare your home for the chilled autumn weather. At Jon Wayne Heating & Air, we understand you want to protect your house from the elements, and heat your rooms effectively. To that end, we’ve got two ways you can prepare for fall. Clean Your Air Ducts Air duct cleaning is important to your home’s air quality and your climate control equipment’s efficiency. Clean ducts can also be a factor in your health. Left unchecked, pollen and other irritants can get into
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Tips To Maximize Your Home’s Efficiency During the Summer

Summer electric bills can be more uncomfortable than a heatwave, especially if you’re on a budget. Jon Wayne Heating & Air understands customers want to manage their energy usage without compromising their comfort. That’s why we’ve gathered these helpful tips to help you save electricity and gas during the hottest months. Stay in the Shade Window blinds can really make a difference when it comes to energy costs. Heat from sunlight builds up, and can significantly raise the temperature of a room. Close your blinds when the room receives direct sunlight, or install outdoor window screens to cut down on
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