Tag: heating installation in Staten Island (Page 1 of 4)

A Definitive Guide to Buying Thermostat

thermostat installation Staten Island

A decent thermostat installation can warm your heart and chill your jets as needed when it comes to adjusting the temperature in your house.

According to Energy Star, a smart thermostat may save you $50 per year on your energy expenses, and some thermostat manufacturers promise savings of $100 or more. Non-connected, programmable thermostats may, of course, save energy as well.

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A Definitive Guide to Installing a Smart Thermostat

Guide for installing smart thermostat in New York

You have just purchased a smart thermostat, and now it’s time to set it up. Don’t be alarmed by the prospect of wire and circuit breakers.

According to experts, it’s best not to try to replace your thermostat when you need your HVAC system to work, such as on a very chilly day or right before you have visitors staying with you for the holidays. Let’s not throw away the old thermostat. You can always reconnect the old thermostat if you make a mistake or can’t get the new one to operate. To avoid any discrepancy, we strongly recommend to hire experts for heating installation in Staten Island.

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How is Investing in Mini-Split Heat Pump Beneficial

Mitsubishi h2i hyper mini split heat pump - heating installation in Staten Island

Ductwork is tricky as you have got design and install it properly. The next part is to seal it to prevent leakage. Moreover, it requires servicing and maintenance at regular interval to stay healthy and improve indoor air quality. Ductless mini split systems are something that can be considered for room additions where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not feasible.

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Heat Pump or an Electric Heater- What Is Your Choice?

Heat Pump OR Electric Heater

When it comes to heating installation in Staten Island or Brooklyn many homeowners are often torn between the decision as to where to go for a heat pump or electric heater. The dilemma is evident as both are opted for and both come with their share of plus points and disadvantages. Installing either of them is an investment in the long run and hence has to be done thoughtfully. There are certain parameters on which the decision is often made.

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