HVAC Tips

When you’re not home, save money and energy with a programmable thermostat.

Programmable thermostats control the temperature of your home when you’re not there. You can adjust the temperature in your home while you’re away so that it is not utilizing your service unit too frequently. This keeps your unit from running unnecessarily. Your heating and air unit will be using less energy, which means more savings for you on your energy bill.


Maintenance is key to the longevity of your HVAC unit.

Regular maintenance and servicing of your HVAC system prevents repair costs in the future. Changing your air filter frequently and regularly is an inexpensive way to maintain your unit. If you notice a change in your unit’s performance, loud noises, or odors and smells that you don’t usually notice, then it’s important that you make a service call right away. Waiting to call a professional might increase the amount of damage to the unit and possibly cost more money, long-term, for repair.


Select the right condenser coil for your HVAC system.

Before selecting the condenser coil for your home or business, consider the durability requirements for your unit. Protecting your coil from damage from weather, lawn equipment, pet misbehaviors and sports activities near the coil are important in preventing damage. Installing your coil in the proper location can improve the performance of your system. Tucker Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration is experienced in selecting the best condenser coil for the maximum efficiency of your HVAC system.


Select the right unit for the size of your home or business.

The size and performance of a unit should be considered before installing it. Having the correctly sized unit improves the longevity of the unit. This also keeps the energy usage down to a minimum level for total indoor air comfort. Consistent air temperatures, better air quality and quiet operation are some of the benefits of having the right unit for your system. Tucker Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration is experienced in selecting the correctly sized unit for the maximum efficiency of your HVAC system. Contact us today to speak with a professional about which unit is best for you.


The Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) of your home or business affects your health.

Having clean air to breath is important to your health. Particles and pollutants in the air can trigger allergies and asthma symptoms. Pollen, mold spores, pet dander, smoke, bacteria and viruses in the air can be filtered by your HVAC system. Indoor Air Quality can be improved by installing electronic air filters and air cleaners. There are a variety of options for electronic filters and air cleaners. Talking to a professional like Tucker Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration can help you decide which Indoor Air Quality products are best for your home or business.