Each of our team members at One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning strives to perform our jobs as perfectly as possible because we know what we do directly affects YOU! One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning isn’t just an HVAC company; we’re a service company that helps improve the quality of your life!
That’s Why We Offer Our “Friends Helping Friends” Referral Program
Our goal is to ensure each of our clients receives the highest quality furnace or air conditioner install or service… which they always do. More importantly, after working on a home, we want to look at that homeowner as a friend. We want to get to know you by your first name and learn about your family. And we want YOU to know that you can always call us, at any hour, if you have a heating or cooling emergency. We’ll be there for you! And remember, “We’re always on time, or you don’t pay a dime!”®
With that in mind, we recently developed our “Friends Helping Friends” referral program. We know that if we do an outstanding job—and you can look at me and the employees at One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning as people you can trust and believe—you’ll tell your family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers about us. In fact, we want you to be excited to tell others about the level of service we provide.
Refer THREE and you get a Tune-up FREE!! ($139 value)
BUT…that’s not all our “Friends Helping Friends” referral program includes. Your time is extremely valuable. So, if you take time out of your day to tell three people about your positive experience with One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, you will receive a Tune-up for free ($139 value) It’s well worth it for you helping us expand the One Hour Heating network of friends!
Thank you for helping us grow!
For even more details on the “Friends Helping Friends” referral program and how you can benefit from it, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-888-389-5488. For a limited time, you can refer 3 and get a $139 tune up for FREE or you can get $25 for each person referred that uses our services. Check out our website for more info.
Did you know that when the weather gets warm and the temperatures reach approx. 90-100F (varying in humidity), fans begin circulating hot air that can increase heat stress? Heat Illness. Choosing an electrical fan is ofen boasted as the most economically sound form of cooling down because they cost less; but in fact, you could be in danger of heat illness.
In order for an electrical fan to cool the body, there must be moisture on the surface of the skin that evaporates to produce the cooling effect. This becomes problem (1) during heat stroke in which a person stops sweating and (2) in the case of elderly not sweating because of delayed heat regulation. For a fan to be effective, you must be sweating or manually add moisture to the skin (i.e. using a damp cloth). As temperatures rise towards 100F, the effectiveness of the fan decreases. As it reaches approximately 100F, the fan begins to cause harm by circulating overheated air to the skin at a rate that is faster than the body can rid of the heat through cooling by sweating. It would result in a consequent net increase in body temperature. Taking a cold shower or bath would be more beneficial than a fan. The best solution would be to turn on the air conditioner or look for public places that have air conditioning like libraries, cafes, or shopping malls.
So if you are considering getting another fan to help with the heat of the summer, consider getting some information on air conditioners or heat pumps for your home. Call us today and we would be glad to come out to your home and evaluate your needs and suggest the best system for your home.
Fan vs AC?
This is a tough question sometimes.
Sometimes it makes complete sense to just have your system repaired. If your system is newer, you haven't had many problems, and you have it annually maintained, you should be fine to just have it repaired. Having your system tuned up on a regular basis can expand the life of your heating/cooling system and it helps with the manufacturers warranties on the system. So make sure you keep up with your tune ups.
Sometimes it makes complete sense to replace your furnace and/or heat pump because it is so old or it's broken. In this case, you want to replace for sure. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, it is seriously time to consider replacement for a heat pump or AC around 10 years or older and for a furnace is 15 years or older, especially with all the energy efficient systems available.
But what if you have a furnace and/or heat pump that is not that old and works fine most of the time? Well, then it would depend on:
- If the repair costs are as much as it would be to replace it;
- If a new system would save you a lot of money on your utility bills; and
- How much the future costs to repair your system would be.
There are many factors that go into making this decision. We can help you make the right decison. We use a true cost calculator to help us guide our customers as to whether it makes sense to repair or replace.
If you need some repairs done or need to get a tune up done, make a request online today.
If you are considering replacing your system, contact us to learn more about our products and services.
Until April 30th we are offering 30 Homeowners the "Hottest AND Coolest Deal of the Year!" by saving an average of $825 on a furnace if an off-season central air is purchased too. Please click on the image for more information about this great offer.