Just like your lungs are an important connection to the rest of your respiratory system, your home’s ductwork, or air ducts, are importantly connected to your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. For your HVAC system—and your lungs—to perform at peak level, the numerous airways need to be open and clear. All in the name of breathing properly.Continue Reading
Your fuel-burning furnace has a number of mechanisms allowing it to run safely and effectively. These features prevent fires and protect your indoor air quality (IAQ). They also work to prevent internal errors from damaging large portions of your furnace.Continue Reading
It’s rampant everywhere around the country and has become the subject of a lighthearted, frequently repeated myth at both the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). Officials at these agencies understand farming does not occur without creating dust. So the EPA and USDA “have never proposed tightening rules on farm dust. And they have told Congress and the American people that they won’t propose stricter standards.”Continue Reading
Short cycling is a term used in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) world to explain a situation where a furnace or air conditioner turns on and off too frequently. The “short cycle” is the period of time that your HVAC equipment is actually running, and the shorter this cycle, the harder your system needs to work.Continue Reading
Although wood-burning fireplaces often conjure up cozy memories, they require a fair amount of work, cleanup, and maintenance that much of our modern society prefers not to take on. As a result, gas fireplaces have become a popular replacement to the traditional fireplace in Eastern Oregon. A wide variety of gas fireplaces are available today in different styles, sizes, and with various installment options.Continue Reading
Scott’s Heating and Air Conditioning proudly provides HVAC service to Baker City, Cove, Elgin, Enterprise, Imbler, Joseph, La Grande, North Powder, Summerville, Union, and the surrounding Eastern Oregon communities. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 541-963-4316, or request service online today.