There are several different heating system types, and it can be difficult to sort them all out and fully understand the difference between them all. If you’re not sure what forced air heating is, don’t worry! We’ll detail the different features and benefits of forced air heating here. Forced air is probably the most common … Continue reading What Is Forced Air Heating?
In a central air conditioner, the air coil absorbs heat from household air that is passed over it by the air handler. This cools the air in your home, while also removing humidity. In certain conditions, the absorption of heat can be reduced, allowing the air coil to cool and ice to form from the … Continue reading What Causes Air Handler Coils to Freeze?
Dual-fuel heat pump systems have become increasingly popular in Maryland and areas with similar climates, but many of our customers still aren’t sure what they are and what differentiates them from traditional furnace systems. To help you understand your options and make the purchase that makes sense for your goals and budget, the experts at … Continue reading Should I Install a Dual-Fuel Heat Pump or a Furnace?
Over the years you’ve most likely heard time upon time that you should get routine maintenance for home furnace and HVAC equipment. But in the end is shelling out for an annual service actually worth your time and investment? All Seasons Heating & Cooling is here today to tell you what you need to know … Continue reading Is a Furnace Tune-Up Worth It?
Air filters in HVAC systems are used to both protect the HVAC equipment and to remove allergens and other pollutants for the home’s air supply. When discussing HVAC air filters, the terms AC filter and furnace filter are often used interchangeably, but in some cases only one of the terms is accurate. It depends largely … Continue reading Are AC & Furnace Filters the Same Thing?
Ductless air conditioning systems have become increasingly popular in recent years. That’s not surprising! Versatile and Efficient A ductless system provides the ability to cool isolated interior spaces like a garage or spare room because of two key innovations: They require no ducting to circulate air from a central air handler, so there is no need … Continue reading What Size Ductless AC Do I Need?
Pumping heat from the outside to the inside on a cold winter day might seem impossible. Actually, the concept is fairly simple, and the efficiency of a dual fuel heat pump can save you significantly on heating and cooling bills. Components Working in Harmony A dual fuel heat pump relies on four main components working … Continue reading How Does a Dual Fuel HVAC System Work?
Maryland winters can be long and tough on old furnaces. It is no coincidence that furnaces often break down on some of the coldest nights of the year. Old components are working harder and more frequently to try to maintain a comfortable temperature inside the home. How Do You Know Your Furnace Needs Service? Most … Continue reading When Should You Replace Your Furnace?
If you’re in the market for a new furnace, you’re probably trying to find the best energy source for your home: electric, oil, or gas. Each furnace type can meet basic needs relatively efficiently with modern equipment. However, the cost of each system will probably be a large factor in your purchasing decision, so keep reading to … Continue reading Should I Install a Gas, Oil, or Electric Furnace?
If you are having issues with your furnace—whether it won’t turn on at all or it won’t heat your home sufficiently—there are some heater repair tips you can try at home to fix your problems. Try the furnace troubleshooting tips below before calling our team of experts to help with your heating repair. Furnace Troubleshooting Steps … Continue reading Furnace Troubleshooting Tips