Wall Heating & Air Conditioning Blog: Archive for the ‘Uncategorized’ Category

Why the Size of Your New Air Conditioner Matters

Monday, May 17th, 2021

smiling-technician-working-on-ac-unitSummer is almost here! If you haven’t done so already, now is the perfect time to ensure that your air conditioning system is fully ready to handle the higher temperatures. Of course, for some homeowners this might mean that it’s time to invest in a new air conditioning system altogether. If this is the case for you, then you’ll want to make sure that your new cooling system is the right fit for your home.

We get it, your first instinct is probably to buy the biggest, most powerful air conditioning system you can find on the market, especially if you have spent previous summers sweating bullets because your air conditioner just wasn’t working as it should. However, we really encourage you to carefully consider your air conditioner purchase. Bigger isn’t always better! Size and power do matter of course, but perhaps not in the way you’d think.

Keep reading as we dive into what different sizing means for your air conditioner, and why you don’t want an underpowered or overpowered air conditioner in your home.

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What to Do When Your AC Won’t Cool

Monday, May 4th, 2020

vent-low-on-wallThis is something we’ve talked about before on our blog, but it’s worth bringing up again, since it’s a problem we get called about each year.

When it comes to finding out what’s wrong with your struggling air conditioner, you’ll need the assistance of trained professional. We understand how essential it is that your broken down air conditioner be repaired right away!

Ideally, you’ll have already had your maintenance session done this year, but if you’re reading this blog post, you either skipped this service or didn’t take care of recommended repairs. So, what should you do now? Read on to find out!

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The Coronavirus and Our Promise to You

Thursday, March 19th, 2020

We know that readers usually come to our blog for informative and educational posts about the systems and services that we offer. However, as is the case across the country and the globe right now, there is one topic at the forefront of our minds. That is COVID-19, or the Coronavirus.

We understand that homeowners everywhere are exercising extreme caution when it comes to mitigating the chance of exposure to this virus in their homes. Trust us, we are doing the same in ours. And we promise you that every member of our team will take these same precautions when working in your home and on your property.

If you have an appointment scheduled with Wall Heating and Air Conditioning Inc., rest assured that we’ll continue to provide you with the exceptional service that you deserve in this uncertain and trying time, and that we’ll do so while making your health and safety our top priority.

Our entire staff is well aware that prevention starts at their homes, that it continues in the workplace, and that it extends into the residences of our valued clients. They have the information and supplies that they need to do their jobs while protecting both themselves and the clients that they serve.

If you have any questions or concerns about your upcoming appointment, or if you are thinking about booking an appointment but want to know more about our specific preventative measures, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.

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Don’t Let Your Heater Scare You: Heed These 5 Signs of Disrepair

Monday, December 17th, 2018

woman-covering-earsWhen winter rolls around, the last thing you want to do is worry that your heating system can break down at any moment, right? Of course, the best way to avoid this is by scheduling routine maintenance for your heater. During this service, our technicians comprehensively inspect and clean your system, noting any signs of disrepair and alerting you to them.

If you skip maintenance, or if you haven’t had maintenance done yet this year, then you’re at a higher risk for sudden system breakdowns and higher repair costs. But the sooner you repair your system, the lower your monthly bills will likely be. So, spotting signs of a heater in disrepair is a good idea. How do you do so?

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We’re on Angie’s List – Please Review Wall Heating and Air Conditioning!

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

We’re on Angie’s List now!

Give us a review, please!

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9/11/01 – Always Remembered and Never Forgotten

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013


For a complete list of those who died, here is a link.

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Flu Season

Friday, January 11th, 2013

We got our flu shots, have you?

I’m sure you’ve seen the news lately, this years flu outbreak is the worse it’s ever been. It’s not even the height of the flu season.

Obviously, the flu shot isn’t a guarantee that you won’t get the flu. Be sure you keep washing your hands well, use the antibacterial hand sanitizer and cough or sneeze into your elbow!

If you do get the flu, stay home! Just because you hate missing work, it isn’t the best for the company! If you give your germs to everybody, nobody will appreciate it!

Call us if you are interested in more information about air filtration!

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Health & Safety for 2013!

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

Make One of Your New Year Resolutions: Health & Safety for Your Family!

Call to schedule your safety check up today! We’ll check your HVAC unit for failures that can lead to carbon monoxide leaks!

Let’s start off 2013 right!

Wall Heating and Air Conditioning wishes you and your family, health, happiness and prosperity for the new year!

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Benefits of Gas Furnaces

Friday, December 21st, 2012
  • Indoor warmth any time it is required.
  • Energy efficiency – The efficiency of a furnace can be determined by its AFUE – or Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. The minimum efficiency level for furnaces currently manufactured in the U.S. is 80% AFUE. A rating of “80% AFUE” means that for every dollar you spend heating your home; 80 cents are actually applied to the generation of warmth. Compared to many of the 60% AFUE furnaces in older homes, 80% AFUE furnaces are a significant improvement. However, for enhanced energy efficiency, you may wish to consider a 95+% AFUE furnace, such as Amana’s line of 96% AFUE Furnaces.
  • Cleaner air – As your HVAC system draws air out of various rooms in the house through return air ducts, the air is pulled through an air filter, which removes airborne particles such as dust and lint. Sophisticated filters may remove microscopic pollutants, as well. The filtered air is then routed to air supply duct-work that carries it back to rooms. Whenever the HVAC system is running, this cycle repeats continually, constantly filtering and cleaning the air in your home.

This cleaning process improves with the installation of a variable-speed furnace. Variable-speed furnaces use variable-speed blowers, which shift between several speeds. These furnaces will run longer at a low speed, which causes them to filter the indoor air more frequently.
And remember – because the furnace plays an important role in the operation of the air conditioner, its variable-speed blower helps maintain both a consistent indoor temperature and improved air quality year-round.

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GOD Bless the Families and Friends of Sandy Hook Elementary School

Monday, December 17th, 2012

God Bless the families and friends of the innocent victims from the Sandy Hook Elementary School.

We are wearing our Green and White today in honor of their memory.

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