If tenants or employees in your building aren’t already complaining about the heat and/or stuffiness, they will soon. Before temperatures rise and you can no longer avoid turning on the AC or swamp cooler, call R & R Heating & Air to properly prepare your commercial cooling system.
What Cooling System Start Up Means
What service your commercial facility needs depends on the type of cooling system installed. For facilities with evaporative cooling systems (swamp coolers and/or chillers), start up service will likely entail: (more…)
With low temperatures rarely dipping below 50°, you’ve likely had your home heating system off for weeks. But spring’s arrival is not the time to forget about your furnace. On the contrary—spring is a great time for furnace maintenance or replacement.
Low Demand Can Mean Savings
Spring can be for furnace manufacturers like the (more…)
Owning a home is a big responsibility and comes with a lot of expenses. It is by far less expensive to maintain your home than to wait for major repairs. To avoid expensive plumbing work, keep your eye out for problems and have a professional plumber inspect your system, too. Here’s what we suggest: (more…)
In the greater Albuquerque area, temperatures can go from winter-cold to summer-hot in the space of a single day. That means you may need your AC sooner than you thought to keep your home comfortably cool. But what if that time comes before you’ve had seasonal maintenance? Can you turn on your AC before it’s been serviced for spring?
The short answer is: (more…)
You discovered a water leak. You called R & R Heating & Air for emergency service. Now what? What you do while you wait for a licensed plumber to arrive can help you prevent or lessen the severity of water damage.
Stop the Water Flow
If possible, you want to stop the flow of water. To do that, you need to (more…)
No matter how energy-efficient a home heating system is designed to be, you are going to be losing money if treated air is escaping your home. There are a number of methods you may use to check the air-tightness of your home…and professional services, too.
Find Leaks by Touch and Candlelight
The source of many air leaks and drafts can be found simply by (more…)
We may be getting to the end of winter, but now is the time to start asking: will your furnace be good for another year? Or, is this the year you need a new furnace?
Signs You May Need a New Furnace
No one want to throw away money on a good furnace, but your system may not have a lot of useful life left if: (more…)
How many times have you gone to take a hot shower only to find out that there is no hot water left? No one wants to experience the “joy” of an ice cold shower, but it happens more often than you might think. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to put an end to your hot water shortages and get the hot shower you deserve, no matter how long the tap has been running before you get there. (more…)
You set the thermostat to keep your home a comfortable consistent temperature. To maintain that temperature, your furnace automatically turns on when indoor temperatures drop below the thermostat setting and turn off when the desired temperature is reached. If properly functioning, your furnace will do this no more than six times an hour. So what’s going on if your furnace is cycling on and off more frequently?
Common Furnace Problems
There are a number of reasons that your furnace may turn on and off frequently, such as: (more…)