- How Do I Know If My Boiler is Broken?
- How Many Years Does a Water Heater Last?
- Do Hot Water Heaters Need Maintenance?
- Why is My Residential Furnace Blowing Cold Air?
- 5 Signs You Need Water Heater Replacement
- 5 Signs You Need Furnace Replacement
- What is Radiant Floor Heating
- How to Prepare Your Furnace for a Blizzard
- How to Prepare Your Home and Furnace for Winter
- Why You Need Furnace Maintenance Before Winter
- How to Winterize Your Air Conditioner
- Installation Costs for Heating and Cooling Systems
- Gas and Oil Boilers FAQ
- 5 Boiler Maintenance Tips for Homeowners
- When Should I Turn My Furnace On?
- Why is My Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air?
- Gas Water Heaters Vs. Tankless Water Heaters
- How Do Minerals Affect My Homes Hot Water Heater
- Is A Gas Furnace Or An Oil Furnace Better For Your Home
- Major Differences Between Gas and Oil Heating
- Why Does My Water Heater Make a Knocking Noise
- How To Prevent Costly HVAC Repairs
- How To Clean Your Air Conditioning Vents
- Pros & Cons of Tankless Water Heaters
- How To Flush Your Electric Water Heater
- How To Keep Your Air Conditioner From Overheating
- Questions you should ask before hiring a HVAC contractor
- Does my air conditioning unit need to be replaced?
Fall is the season of pumpkin spice, sweaters, cool mornings, and turning on your furnace for the first time in several months.Read More
We often take our boilers for granted until they lose efficiency or stop working altogether. When this happens, your house could be without heat until you call one of our HVAC contractors in Lansing, MI.Read More
The last thing you want is for your air conditioner to quit in the middle of July. Yet, you shouldn't immediately panic if your air conditioner is blowing warm or hot air. The solution may be simpler than you think.Read More
The average water heater lasts between 8 and 12 years. Yet, neglecting basic maintenance will reduce the life of your hot water heater. Continue reading to learn how many years you can expect your hot water heater to last.Read More
Have you heard a popping or knocking sound from your hot water heater? If so, you’ll want to call our HVAC contractors in Lansing, MI. These noises are a sign you have sediment trapped in your water heater tank.Read More
Don’t immediately panic if your residential furnace is blowing cold air. The solution could be as simple as changing a setting on your thermostat.Read More
No one likes running out of hot water when they’re taking a shower. If you suspect your water heater isn’t working like it should, it’s time to call our HVAC contractors in Lansing, Michigan.Read More
Is your furnace starting to make funny noises? This is just one of many signs that it could be time for furnace replacement. If you are making constant heating repairs, a new furnace can help you save money in the long run. A high efficiency furnace could be just what you need to lower monthly energy bills and avoid expensive HVAC repairs. Keep reading to learn when you should call a HVAC contractor to install a new home heating system.Read More
Radiant floor heating can help make your home a more comfortable space during the winter months. Instead of walking across cold floors, why not customize your home for your ultimate comfort? Installing heated floors not only improves your quality of life, but increases the value of your home. Keep reading to learn why more and more homeowners are hiring HVAC contractors to install radiant heating systems.Read More
With winter just around the corner, you’ll want to make sure that your gas or oil furnace is ready to efficiently heat your home, even in a blizzard. In this blog post, the Lansing heating and cooling contractors at Block Sloane Heating & Cooling will explain how you can prepare your furnace for a snow storm so you and your family won’t be without heat.Read More
Before the snow flies, you’ll want to make sure your furnace is in good condition. The last thing you want is for your furnace to quit in the middle of winter. Thankfully, there are many things you can do to prepare your furnace and your home for the heating season.Read More
No one wants their furnace to quit in the middle of winter. That’s why it’s important to schedule your annual furnace inspection before the snow flies. A Lansing heating system contractor will be able to change out a dirty furnace filter and make necessary repairs so your furnace is ready for the heating season.Read More
When the weather starts to cool off, we often get questions from homeowners about how to winterize air conditioning units. Aside from changing the thermostat from COOL to HEAT, you’ll need to make sure you know how to prepare your air conditioner for winter.Read More
Do you need to replace an old or nonfunctioning HVAC system, but are afraid of how much it will cost? Our Lansing heating and cooling system contractors understand that our customers need to pick the right system for their lifestyle and budget. Therefore, we have created a guide to help you determine the costs associated with installing various heating and cooling systems.Read More
If boiler replacement is in your near future, you’ll benefit from looking through our list of frequently asked questions. Our Lansing heating and cooling technicians strive to help homeowners feel informed and confident during boiler installation. We believe that informed customers make the best customers. If one of your questions is not on our list, we recommend reaching out to a boiler repair contractor near you.Read More
Does your home use a central heating boiler to maintain a comfortable temperature in the winter? If so, you’ll want to keep reading to learn how just a few maintenance tips can extend the life of your boiler system by several years. If you ever have any questions about your home’s heating system, we recommend calling a boiler repair company near you. Keep in mind that the advice in this blog post is not meant to replace having your boiler serviced annually.Read More
Are you considering water heater replacement in the near future? If so, you’re probably concerned with getting all the information you need to make the right decision for your home’s heating and cooling system. This guide will help run you through some of the main differences between gas water heaters and tankless water heaters. For more information, we recommend you contact an experienced heating system contractor in your area.Read More
Hard water simply means that you have minerals (such as calcium and magnesium) in your water. While hard water won’t make you or your family sick, it can wreak havoc on residential plumbing systems. At Block Sloane Heating & Cooling, our heating system contractors have provided the below information to show you the effects that minerals can have on your hot water heater and how you can prevent significant damage. For more information, we recommend that you reach out to a Lansing heating and cooling contractor.Read More
Is your old gas or oil furnace starting to show signs it’s time for furnace replacement? If so, you may want to consider the pros and cons of furnace installation for your home. We understand that you want to make an informed decision on a residential heating system that will last for the next 16 to 20 years. For more information on gas and oil furnaces, we recommend you reach out to an Lansing heating system contractor.Read More
When picking a home heating system, it’s important that you have all the facts. This is why we dedicate ourselves toward educating homeowners on which residential heating systems are most appropriate for their homes based on a number of factors. We hope that this online guide helps you make the choice between gas or oil furnace installation for your home.Read More
Does your home’s hot water heater make an eerie knocking or popping sound that could belong to the soundtrack of a horror movie? Don’t be alarmed. The fix is really quite simple. Just make sure you flush your hot water heateronce a year to get rid of any built up sediment on the bottom of the tank. Whether you do this on your own or hire a Lansing heating system contractor, giving your water heater proper maintenance will prevent expensive repairs in the future.Read More
Many people do not anticipate costly HVAC repair bills until it is too late. However, if you are able to take a little bit of time now and then to keep your HVAC system clean, it may save you a lot of money in the long run. The heating and cooling system technicians at Block Sloane Heating & Cooling offer a variety of repair and maintenance tips to help avoid these costly situations.Read More
Does your air conditioning unit need cleaning, but you unsure on how to do it? The HVAC contractors at Block Sloane Heating and Cooling offer air conditioning unit services to help put your mind at ease knowing that your unit is operating the way you expect it to be.Read More
Are you considering a tankless water heater for your home? If so, it’s important that you contact a tankless water heater installation company to help you make the right decision. Below, we have listed the pros and cons of installing a tankless water heater, compared to other HVAC options.Read More
It’s always a good idea to make sure your home’s electric hot water heater is flushed annually to get rid of any sediment that collects on the bottom of the tank. If left alone, sediment can build up until it clogs the drain line or decreases the energy efficiency of your unit.Read More
Has your air conditioning unit been shutting off unexpectedly? This may be due to the unit overheating. At Block Sloane Heating & Cooling, we are always looking for ways to help our clients out.Read More
Are you having problems with your heating or cooling system? If so, it may be time to call a professional. For many homeowners, trying to find a reliable Lansing HVAC contractor can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be.Read More
Are you worried that your air conditioner will stop working during the hottest week of the year? It may be time to call a HVAC professional tofor your situation.Read More