Posts Tagged ‘furnace’

That “Ghost” in Your House Might Just Be Your Furnace!

Monday, February 10th, 2020

We’ve all seen the scary movies — sitting home alone and hearing an ominous coming from somewhere in your house is just about the worst thing in the world! But, what if we told you that instead of calling the Ghostbusters, you gave your old pals over at AirSouth Cooling and Heating a call?

See, those ghostly noises you’re hearing might just be coming from your furnace! In fact, there are plenty of sounds that your furnace might make that you don’t quite want it to make, and below, we have outlined some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more (and, when you know you need repairs, remember to call our team when you need furnace repairs in Brandon.)

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Need Help Choosing a Furnace or Heat Pump? Read This!

Monday, January 27th, 2020

blue-question-markWe totally understand that choosing which heating system to install in your home can be a bit overwhelming — there are just so many great systems out there! Of course, two of our favorites are the furnace and the heat pump because they each offer a number of awesome benefits.

Because furnaces and heat pumps are equally as awesome, it can be rather difficult to determine which is best for your home. But, don’t worry! Our team is here to help make things a bit easier. Below, we have outlined the unique benefits of each system, that way, you can choose which sounds best to you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more (and yes, remember to schedule your heating services in Brandon, MS with our team.)

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Some Of Our Favorite Ways to Keep Your Home Extra Warm This Winter

Monday, January 13th, 2020

keeping-warm-in-winterBrrr! It’s quite cold outside, and the last thing you need is your furnace working on overdrive to keep you and your family warm! See, when your furnace has to work harder to do its job, it can end up costing you quite a large chunk of change. Therefore, you want to do everything you can to make sure that your furnace is as efficient as possible!

Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to do just that, and below, we have listed some of them for you! All you have to do is keep reading below to find out more (and yes, as always, remember to contact our team when you need an expert HVAC contractor in Jackson, MS!)

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If You’re Ready for a New Furnace, Read This!

Monday, December 2nd, 2019

old-broken-furnace-needs-replacementWe totally understand that installing a new furnace in your home can be a bit overwhelming. Let’s face it — no one really likes spending money or having technicians wander in out of their front door all day long!

But here’s the thing: installing a new furnace isn’t all that bad, especially when you’ve got a team like ours on your side! In fact, we’ve gone through the extra step of putting together a sort-of quick-guide to furnace installation together for you below. All you’ve got to do is keep reading to find out more (and, as always, remember to call our team for your furnace replacement in Brandon, MS!)

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Troubleshooting Air Flow Issues in Your Heater  

Monday, December 31st, 2018

furnace-inspectionAirflow issues are perhaps one of the most annoying problems you can face with your furnace. Your furnace will turn on and start like it’s supposed to, leading you to believe that nothing is wrong—it’s only when you realize that your home isn’t warming up like it should that you might have an airflow issue.

If that turns out to be the case with your furnace, here’s what you can do:

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Should I Get a New Heat Pump, or a Furnace?

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

technician-inspecting-furnaceAs we begin to enter the chilly fall and winter months, we’ll only rely on our heaters more and more. This makes now a perfect time to see if your heater needs replacement. If it is the case that your heater could be replaced, there are two ways you can proceed: Either with a heat pump, or a furnace.

Both systems perform well and have made many homeowners happy, but that’s only because they make sense for their lifestyle and needs. In this post, we’ll help do the same for you so you can make a wise replacement decision.

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