MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for February, 2016

Watch for These Repairs Issues with Ductless Heating

Monday, February 29th, 2016

Does your home use a ductless mini split heat pump for both heating and cooling? Then you’re probably already aware of the many advantages that this system offers, such as the lower amount of repairs they need because they don’t have the hassles connected with ductwork.

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Late Winter Issues You May Encounter with Your Gas Furnace

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

We’re now in the final lap of winter, with a month left before the official start of spring. This doesn’t mean that we’re safe from cold weather, however, as even early spring can inflict some chilly days on us. Keep in mind that the furnace in your home has already put in a great amount of work over the last few months: plenty of wear-and-tear on it can mean trouble during these last cold spells. Below we’ve listed three common performance troubles you may see with a gas furnace at this time.

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Call on Our Professionals to Mount Your Flatscreen TV

Monday, February 15th, 2016

It wasn’t long ago that the standard for any television screen was a cathode tube model that was best suited to sit in a cabinet or perch on top of a sturdy piece of living room furniture. The earliest developments for widescreen televisions were projection models that took up an immense amount of space and provided blurry pictures—and they were prohibitively expensive, placing them out of the reach of the budget of many homeowners.

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Some Common Airborne Contaminants Found in Homes

Monday, February 8th, 2016

Poor indoor air quality is a serious problem in homes today, with the U.S. EPA identifying that the quality of the air indoors can often be as high as 3 to 4 times worse than the air outdoors. Where are these pollutants coming from? Your house actually contains multiple source that produce contaminants. Below we listed some of the more common types that can start to accumulate in your home during the year.

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Have You Reversed Your Ceiling Fans for Winter?

Monday, February 1st, 2016

We like to offer our customer ways to save money with their HVAC equipment around the year. Some of these methods involve putting in high-efficiency new installations or arranging for regular maintenance that will take the operating strain off your heater and air conditioner.

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