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Category: HVAC

  According to experts, the air in your home could be significantly more polluted than outdoor air. Part of the problem is that microorganisms gather and spread in places where conditions are “right” – including your ductwork. Professional duct cleaning should be part of the routine maintenance of your HVAC system – a way to keep the air in your house safe and clean for your family. Here are three questions and answers about duct [Read More...]

Replacing your air filters is one of the cheapest ways to keep your HVAC equipment running at its best – and running for longer. But sometimes you just can’t get around to making that trip to the store to buy replacements, so you put it off…and pretty soon, you’re getting higher energy bills and unexpected repairs for your equipment. Now, thanks to our partnership with Hellofilters, you’ll never have to put off replacing your filters [Read More...]

A programmable thermostat is one of the best bang-for-the-buck ways to save energy in your home (it can pay for itself in as little as a year!). But what about wireless (or “smart”) thermostats – are they worth the hype? A simple thermostat controls the temperature of your home via your home heating and cooling systems; a programmable thermostat takes things up a notch by allowing you to control temperature changes using a timer. But [Read More...]

  “The weather outside is frightful.” That’s when you’re glad you had your central heating system checked and serviced in the autumn. It’s a good feeling to know that it may be rainy, freezing, blizzardy, windy horrible weather outside, but that you’ve got your own comfortable ‘weather’ inside. And several months ago the hardworking folks here at Best Heating & Air visited our neighbors all over and around Natick MA to make sure their heating [Read More...]

We’re wrapping up a three part series on the topic of temperature zoning systems. Our first post discussed what it is and why it makes sense to seriously consider it. Then the second post covered the topic of whether a zoning system can really save you money. The bottom line: It very likely can. But what you’re probably really curious about is if you need to install one in your home. Let’s be honest right [Read More...]