Have you ever noticed ice building up on the outside part of your heat pump during cold weather? If so, don’t worry. It isn’t necessarily a sign that your system is in trouble. However, it could very quickly become a problem under the wrong circumstances. Read on to find out why ice forms on your heat pump, and when to call for repairs. Continue Reading
As the days get colder, you are going to be relying on your furnace more and more often to keep your home warm. That will increase the amount of wear and tear on the system, which will make it more and more likely for problems to crop up. Furnace problems are largely progressive in nature; the longer they are left alone, the worse they are going to get. So, it is best to be able to recognize the signs that your furnace is in trouble. Let’s take a look at some of those signs now, and the problems they represent. Continue Reading
The days are rapidly getting colder, even here in California. If you haven’t already, now is the perfect time to get your home heating situation in order. That includes scheduling maintenance for your home heating system, and replacing it if it is unable to keep you warm for another winter. If you’re in the market for a new heating system, consider installing a heat pump. Let’s take a look at what a heat pump is, and the benefits that it can provide. Continue Reading
Help us surpass last year collection of 212 blankets and hit this years goal of 250!
We’re hosting our 3rd annual blanket drive. Starting October 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015.
Don’t let anyone be left in the cold! Help us collect and donate blankets to our local Kings County homeless shelters.
You can either drop off your new or gently used blanket at the Shaw’s located at:
16838 18th Avenue
Lemoore, CA 93245
… or we will be happy to pick them up at your home. Just give us a call!
Shaw’s will match all donations and will deliever all the blankets to our local Kings County homeless shelters.
All types of blankets are welcome! Cotton, wool, polyester, blends.
Find more info at: www.shawsacandheating.com, Like Us on our Facebook page, or call the office 559-925-9923.
Having your furnace die on you in the middle of winter is not a pleasant thing. That’s why you should take steps now to determine whether or not you need to replace your old furnace with a new one. If your current furnace can’t make it through another winter, it’s better that you have a new one installed before the really cold weather hits. Let’s take a look at some of the signs that you need to install a new furnace. Continue Reading
With the days getting colder, many homeowners are looking to upgrade their homes with a new heating system. While a traditional furnace may be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a home heating system, it’s not the only option. Ductless mini split systems have quite a bit to offer homeowners who install them in their homes. Let’s take a look at ductless mini splits, how they work, and the advantages they offer. Continue Reading
With winter only a couple of months away, it’s a good idea to make sure that your heating system is ready for the coldest months of the year. If you’re one of the millions of people who use a centralized forced air heating system, like a furnace, you should consider installing a zone control system this fall. Let’s take a look at what a zone control system is, and how it can help keep your home comfortable and energy efficient. Continue Reading
Most of us have started to shut down our air conditioners for the year and started to rely on our heating systems to keep our homes comfortable. As you start to do the same, it is important that you keep an eye out for problems that might cause damage to your system. Let’s take a look at a very common heating system type—furnaces—and the problems that they can run into. Continue Reading
Summer is over, and the days are only going to get colder for the rest of the year. This means that it’s time to start thinking about your home heating situation. If you find yourself in the market for a new home heating system, consider installing a heat pump. Read on to find out more about some of the advantages that a heat pump offers. Continue Reading
Fall is here, and that means we’ll soon be shutting down our air conditioners and revving up our heaters to deal with the cold weather. Along with that shift, however, comes the resurgence of indoor air quality concerns. When winter sets in, a lot of us are going to be keeping windows closed and heaters running to maintain a comfortable indoor climate. That’s all well and good, but it does mean that there will be a buildup of airborne contaminants and an increased likelihood of illness. There are a number of ways to address these indoor air quality concerns. Let’s take a look at a few of them below. Continue Reading