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Commercial HVAC & COVID-19 Prevention

Posted on: January 10, 2021

We’ve always known that HVAC systems were vital to the comfort of our homes and places of business. What we may not have been as aware of, until the global pandemic, was the role that heating and cooling systems play in our health and well-being. Your commercial HVAC units can play a critical role in […]

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Heating Safety Check- Carbon Monoxide Dangers

Posted on: September 25, 2020

Did you know that carbon monoxide detectors are only good for 5 years? Replacing batteries is important, but the detector itself will need to be replaced. Acosta Heating Cooling & Electrical recommends performing a Heating Safety Check at the start of the heating season to ensure your home and heating system are safe and ready […]

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Warning Signs You Need Furnace Repair

Posted on: December 20, 2018

Some signs of furnace repair are obvious, such as when your furnace won’t start. However, other signs that are repairs are needed aren’t always as easy to notice. Keep the following signs of furnace repair in mind, so your home will stay safely heated all winter long. Unusual Increases in Utility Bills Gas and electric […]

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Does My Home Need a Humidifier in the Winter?

Posted on: December 17, 2018

Now that old man winter is here, have you experienced any of the following? Itchy eyes or skin? Dry irritated throat, nose, or sinuses? Nasal congestion or nosebleeds? If so, the answer to the title’s question should be yes. These discomforts are all caused by excessively dry air in the home. Low humidity can also […]

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Can Furnaces Run Without Filters?

Posted on: December 10, 2018

A furnace filter may seem like an insignificant, not-all-that-necessary thing, but the filter is actually a critical part of keeping your furnace operating. Furthermore, keeping a furnace filter in your system is going to keep your air quality at a healthy level. In need of furnace services in the Charlotte metro area? Call Acosta Heating […]

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How Often Should My Furnace be Replaced?

Posted on: November 30, 2018

As the days start to cool and night temperatures plummet, the furnace does its job and goes unnoticed. But, if your furnace goes out during the time you need it most, you realize quickly how much it provides comfort and safety for you in your home. Replacing any large appliance or part in the home […]

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3 Benefits of Furnaces

Posted on: November 20, 2018

Most homeowners realize the importance of having a furnace. Even though the temperatures don’t dip below freezing too often in Charlotte during the winter, having a furnace is still essential. Besides keeping your home warm and toasty during the colder months of the year, furnaces provide other benefits as well. Here are three major benefits […]

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Heat Pump Vs. Furnace

Posted on: November 2, 2018

Heat Pumps vs Furnaces in Charlotte, NC Acosta Heating and Cooling has been in the business for 45 years. We are happy to answer any questions you have about the differences between heat pumps and furnaces, and we can help you select a system that works for you. We serve the Greater Charlotte area and […]

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What to Look for in a Furnace Installation Company

Posted on: October 15, 2018

When working with a professional furnace installation company, homeowners achieve value for their investment in the system besides enhanced comfort. It is essential that customers inquire about the services of different companies from friends and family to help settle on the best. Alternatively, customers can establish the quality of services provided by a company by […]

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Safety Checks and Why They’re Important

Posted on: September 29, 2018

Now that fall is here, you should focus on making sure your heating appliances are ready for the cold winter months. Not only do you want to make sure your heating system is working properly, but you also want to make sure it is safe to operate. A malfunctioning heating system can pose a significant […]

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