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National Heating & Air Conditioning Celebrates 4th Year Hosting the JDRF Golf Tournament!

Posted on: August 7, 2018

Join Us at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Golf Tournament on September 24th Our team at National Heating and Air Conditioning is hosting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Golf tournament on September 24th, 2018. This will be our fourth year hosting the event and we look forward to enjoying a fun day out on […]

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How to Increase Airflow to One Room

Posted on: June 29, 2018

A common complaint among Cincinnati homeowners is uneven heating or cooling between rooms. While there are a number of reasons this phenomenon may occur from inadequate insulation to air leakage, the most likely culprit is a lack of airflow. If you’re looking for ways to increase the airflow to one or more rooms in your […]

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How to Fix Weak Air Flow from Vents in Your House

Posted on: June 28, 2018

A weak flow of air from your supply vents can create a number of problems throughout your living space, including poor air quality, discomfort, and increased energy bills. Depending on the source, the issue may be resolved easily by the homeowner or may require the services of a licensed, experienced professional. Here is a list of some […]

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Why Does My Heat Pump Run Constantly?

Posted on: May 31, 2018

Heat Pump Repair & Troubleshooting A heat pump is an efficient, hardworking alternative to a more traditional HVAC system, and its unique operation and capabilities can take some getting used to. One of the most common concerns from homeowners is that their heat pump is constantly running, and if you are among those who have experienced this issue, read on to learn […]

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Troubleshooting Air Conditioner Problems

Posted on: May 31, 2018

Air Conditioning Repair Tips in Cincinnati, OH With so much riding on the efficiency and reliability of your cooling system, it’s imperative that you take action at the first sign of any issue to prevent further damage or a disruption in service. While most major concerns can be avoided with annual routine maintenance, you may still […]

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Can an AC Compressor Be Repaired?

Posted on: March 30, 2018

If you have received a professional confirmation that your AC compressor is in disrepair you now have to face a few options: replace the AC compressor, replace the entire condensing unit with or without the indoor evaporator coil, or replace the whole cooling and heating system. What do you do? And is there a way […]

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Can Air Conditioning Cause a Sore Throat?

Posted on: March 28, 2018

Can an air conditioner cause you to get a sore throat? Yes, it can! Air conditioners help to remove humidity from the air, which in turn can persuade you to feel a little more parched than usual. Can you blame your air conditioner for all of your health concerns? Probably not. In reality, your air […]

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What Should I Do if My Boiler Is Leaking Water?

Posted on: February 28, 2018

A boiler is a fairly straightforward appliance that is hardworking, reliable, and long lasting, with fewer moving parts than a more traditional heating system. When professionally installed and maintained your boiler should last an average of 15 to 20 years! However, one of the most common concerns about boilers that can arise at any time is water […]

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Troubleshooting Common Heat Pump Issues

Posted on: February 26, 2018

A heat pump serves both as a reliable source of heat during the winter months and to provide cool comfort during the dog days of summer. Because it is in high demand year-round, your heat pump may experience issues from time to time. In order to restore service as quickly as possible, you’ll need to know what […]

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Should I Repair or Replace My Furnace?

Posted on: January 26, 2018

You’re not getting the same benefits your furnace used to provide when it was running effectively: this time around, you’re paying more for your utility bill, your furnace is struggling to keep your house warm, or you’re noticing signs of wear and tear—resulting in a noisy furnace or a furnace that cycles too frequently. What […]

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FAQs

My house is drafty. Do I need
new windows and doors?

When a house is drafty, the first things that many people think about are doors and windows. In fact, there are a handful of home energy upgrades that are much more cost-effective and beneficial than windows and doors (which can cost an arm and a leg but may not do…

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My house is cold. Do I need a larger furnace?

There are many causes for a house being uncomfortably cold in the winter, and there are at least as many solutions. Typically, a cold house is a drafty house with significant air leakage and insufficient insulation. Sometimes it can be caused by a leaky duct system or a poorly performing…

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Is all insulation created equal?

No! Not all insulation is equal. In fact, the insulation in many North American homes today was either improperly installed, or has settled over time, or has been compromised by air leakage. In many cases, existing insulation in homes performs so poorly that the house remains uncomfortable and energy bills…

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Is it possible to manage my home’s energy consumption from a smartphone?

Breakthrough technology over the last few years has made it possible to monitor and manage your home or building's energy consumption via WiFi, allowing you to view your home's energy use in real time and even turn devices on and off. It is even possible to manage energy use using…

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