Cleveland Harbor Heating And Cooling Introduces New Blog

October 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Cleveland Harbor Heating & Cooling, an HVAC service company in Cleveland, Ohio, has announced that they have introduced a new blog. This blog site offers helpful content for homeowners and property owners regarding their HVAC systems. Various topics are discussed in the blog, such as saving energy with home heating and cooling systems, the various types of air conditioners, reducing air conditioning costs, and various ways on cutting energy use.

Jeffrey Roberts, a spokesperson for Cleveland Harbor Heating & Cooling, says, “We know how crucial heating and cooling systems are to achieving home comfort. You’ll have a hard time doing your day-to-day chores if you are freezing in the winter, which is fast approaching. Most homeowners usually can’t wait to get their HVAC system repaired if it is broken. That's how essential the HVAC system is for people.”

He continues, “We have a new blog and we expect to provide lots of helpful content regarding HVAC systems and other related content. Our purpose is to help people become more knowledgeable about HVAC systems so that they can take care of them more effectively and even get to save on energy costs through proper usage.”

With the winter fast approaching, it would be a good idea for homeowners and building owners to have their HVAC system checked, particularly their furnaces. Furnaces that are not functioning properly will not only provide insufficient heat that is much needed during the cold seasons, but they can also be a threat to the family’s safety. A leaking furnace can emit carbon monoxide, which is an odorless and colorless gas that can cause fatal poisoning. The fact that carbon monoxide gas is not noticeable makes it even more dangerous, particularly when it is present inside the home. Those who would like to know more about Cleveland Harbor Heating & Cooling can check out their Youtube channel.

Regular furnace maintenance is a good practice that homeowners and building owners might want to adopt. Not only will the furnace function more efficiently and more safely, the energy costs would be much lower and the degree of warmth would be sufficient for the family or the workers in an establishment. Regular maintenance also minimizes the chances of the furnace breaking down, which might occur at inconvenient times, such as in the middle of the night.

A poorly maintained heating or cooling unit can also trigger certain sensitivities, such as asthma and other respiratory-related illnesses, because of dust, dirt, pollen, and other contaminants that are circulated in the air in the home or establishment. A poorly maintained air duct system is not just dirty and can cause respiratory-related diseases, but it is also inefficient. This means that it will require more energy to push the air around the house or building because of the dirty air ducts and clogged air filters.

Normal wear and tear, which can be expected as HVAC systems are used year after year, can also result into airflow problems and heat control-related problems and this may even include overheating that increases the risk of fire.

Meanwhile, in another blog post, it is suggested that people get a really good HVAC system if they want to save money and minimize their carbon footprint at the same time. HVAC systems use up a lion’s share of the energy needed by a home or building. This means that an HVAC system with higher efficiency will provide more savings in the long run aside from the fact that it is greener. This is because energy is produced in power plants that burn fossil fuel. Less energy required by homes and buildings would mean the amount of fossil fuel consumed would also be less, which means less greenhouse gases going into the atmosphere.

Companies like Cleveland Harbor Heating & Cooling have HVAC experts who can provide appropriate advice for a home or building’s HVAC system so it will function more effectively and more efficiently. They can also provide the appropriate maintenance that is required so that homeowners and building owners can have peace of mind in the knowledge that their system will be functioning properly when they are needed, especially this coming winter.

Those who are interested in the new blog can visit


For more information about Cleveland Harbor Heating & Cooling, contact the company here:

Cleveland Harbor Heating & Cooling
Jeffrey Roberts
2469 Sunny Glen Lane
Cleveland, OH 44111

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