Carrier Heating and Cooling

What to Do When Your AC Won’t Turn On?

When the inside of your home experiences uncomfortably high temperatures, hitting the air conditioner’s “on” button makes sense. However, is there anything more frustrating than trying to power up the AC only to discover it won’t turn on? A sad fact of life involves learning machines don’t always work. Another lesson to learn is don’t panic. Follow a few smart t... Read More »

Replacing Your Air Conditioner Can Be the Best Option

Huntsville, Texas, is especially hot in the summer. That’s why every local home needs a well-functioning AC system. At Beckham & Jones Heating & Air Conditioning, we specialize in making sure that our customers stay comfortable throughout the cooling season. However, even the best air conditioner is not made to last forever. There are several reasons that might make you consider re... Read More »

When to Schedule Your AC Maintenance

If you’ve started noticing signs of spring in your garden or local park, hot weather will be following soon. New homeowners may not know the importance of an annual AC checkup. For folks who enjoy cold indoor air, a regular AC maintenance visit can ensure a breakdown is unlikely to happen. Trained and certified AC technicians know how to find hidden issues and damaged components inside your ... Read More »

Benefits of an AC Tune-Up

Experts recommend an AC tune-up once a year at a bare minimum, and many homeowners can benefit from seasonal maintenance. That means twice a year: once in spring before summer arrives and once in autumn before the winter months set in. Tune-ups are relatively inexpensive, and they can provide you with many benefits both in the short-term and over the long run. Lower Energy Bills Did you know that ... Read More »

What’s in an HVAC System?

What do you expect to find in the package when you buy an HVAC system? Depending on the kind of system you buy, there could be several components included. Usually, someone who buys a whole system will have some of the functions integrated, which means they may not have to buy too many items. Let’s look at the main items in an HVAC system. Furnaces for Heating The heating function of the HVA... Read More »

Does My Home Need a Humidifier in the Winter?

During the cold winter months, most people are focused on keeping their home warm through a quality heating system. Another factor that needs to be considered is whether enough moisture is in the air. If there is not enough moisture in the air in your home, it could cause some health side effects and even cause minor damage to your property. There are several signs to look out for that indicate th... Read More »

Can I Recycle My Heating System?

Your home’s most important system is your indoor heating system. It keeps you warm during the winter when the freezing cold can become too much. However, there comes a point in your heating system’s lifespan when it becomes obsolete. Wear and tear over the years makes it unusable and you eventually replace the old system for a new one. This leaves you with an old heating system that yo... Read More »

Careers in the HVAC Industry

There’s a renewed focus in our society on learning trades from some quarters. Trades like becoming an HVAC technician may be easier to enter now that some states are proposing free tuition to two-year colleges where you can earn a technical degree. You don’t have to get a two-year degree to become an HVAC; you can start working on becoming a certified technician as soon as you graduate from high s... Read More »

How Candles Affect Indoor Air Quality

Are you a candle person? I don’t mean someone who enjoys the occasional candlelight dinner or birthday cake set festively ablaze. I mean a true candle enthusiast, who regularly burns candles for hours at a time. If you answered yes, you may want to consider the effects of candles on the quality of indoor air. Candles create atmosphere and can diffuse delicious, relaxing smells, but their imp... Read More »

Should I Use a Ceiling Fan While My AC is On?

The fall enthusiasts are already counting the days to their favorite season, but that doesn’t mean summer is over. There are plenty of hot days left in the year, and if you want to get through them in relative comfort, you need to broaden your arsenal. Perhaps the greatest weapon of all time is the ceiling fan, yet debates have raged for decades as to whether or not you should run the fan with you... Read More »

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