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  • Your Safety is our Priority – If you are expecting one of our technicians to visit your home on a maintenance, repair call or installation please know that we’re taking extra precautions to protect you and our employees. Our service vans and trucks are all supplied with masks, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes. Furthermore, all technicians will wear fresh shoe covers and masks for ALL interactions within your home. We’re also asking our technicians to limit their in-person contact with customers by practicing “physical distancing”. Attention to these types of factors will better ensure the safety of each customer we serve.
  • Happy Birthday America! As we celebrate our freedom, let us not forget to thank all those who currently serve or have served our country. Our office will be closed on Friday July 3rd and Saturday July 4th. We have technicians available to assist you with your emergency cooling needs.  Please call 704.321.5207 and follow the prompts to leave a message for a technician to return your call.From our family to yours, we hope you have a wonderful holiday!
  • Have you changed your air filter lately? We have had several calls from folks whose system isn’t working and when we arrive the system is frozen due to reduced airflow from dirty filters. Save yourself time and money by replacing your filters.
  • Did you change the batteries in your smoke / co detector when you re-set your clocks? Replacing the batteries in the smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms throughout your house twice each year is a simple task that could potentially prove life-saving. A convenient way to remember to do so is by changing these batteries at the same time as you change the clocks in your home.
  • Before you call for an emergency service we recommend trying these 3 tips; they may save you money and time.
    • Check the thermostat to verify that it is working. If the thermostat screen is blank, check to see if it has batteries (some models do) and replace if necessary. If the screen is flashing a “code” write the information down and turn the system off then back on again so see if it “resets”.
    • Check your breaker box to verify the breaker is on.
    • Check outdoor fuses or disconnect.
  • Repair or Replace? A good starting place is the “$5000 rule of thumb” which is calculated by taking the age of your equipment and multiplying by the cost of the repair. If the total is more than $5000 then replacement is probably a better decision. A 4 year old system with a $600 repair makes sense to repair but a 10 year old system with a $600 repair probably does not.
  • We are proud to announce that McClintock Heating & Cooling has earned the service industry-coveted 2020 Angie’s List Super Service Award! A big thank you to the entire team for your hard work in earning this award for the 16th consecutive year.
  • Did you know that a Programmable Thermostats can Save You Money? You can save as much as 10% a year on your heating and cooling bills by simply turning your thermostat back 10% to 15% while your are at work, away at vacation, or asleep. You can do this automatically by having a qualified technician install a programmable thermostat in your home.
  • With all the cold weather we have had lately, I’m sure everyone is dreading their next power bill, here are some energy savings tips that may help reduce your bill:(1) Make sure registers are not blocked by furniture or drapes. (2) Use a programmable thermostat to adjust your home’s temperature to be cooler when no one is home or everyone is sleeping. (3) Keep draperies and shades on south facing windows open on sunny days to allow sunlight to enter your home and closed at night to reduce the chill you may feel from cold windows.
  • Did you know that closing vents in rooms you don’t use often could actually increase your energy costs? It’s because your system will have to work harder to maintain the comfort levels in your home. For this reason, we recommend that you never block vent registers with furniture, books, blankets or other objects. If you only want to heat or cool certain areas of your home, talk to us about creating different zones.
  • When was the last time you changed your filter? Filters need to be changed at least every 3 months and sometimes as often as every month.
  • Did you know that a whole house humidifier can make your home more comfortable? Heated air is dry air which can make your home uncomfortable. A Whole House Humidifiers is mounted to a furnace system and fed by a water line. These units add moisture to air that passes through the furnace, which can help alleviate the dryness that often comes during winter months. However, they need yearly maintenance including a thorough cleaning and replacing the evaporator pad.
  • Help your system be more efficient by changing your air filter regularly. Check your filter every month, especially during heavy use in the winter. If the filter looks dirty, change it. At a minimum, change the filter every 3 months. A dirty filter will slow down air flow and make the system work harder to keep you warm – wasting energy.
  • For energy savings during heating season: 
    1. Use a 7 day programmable thermostat to adjust your home’s temperature to be cooler when no one is home or everyone is sleeping.
    2. Make sure registers are not blocked by furniture, drapes or holiday decorations.
    3. Keep draperies and shades on south facing windows open on sunny days to allow sunlight to enter your home and closed at night to reduce the chill you may feel from cold windows. immediately
  • Can an air cleaning system reduce colds and flu in my home? Studies show that the Trane CleanEffects, a whole house air cleaner, can remove more than 99% of common viruses and germs from the filtered air in your home. This means the Trane CleanEffects can be a powerful tool for helping battle the flu virus and cold germs at home, where you and your family may be exposed to viruses that circulate in the air you breathe indoors. https://www.mcclintockhvac.com/indoor-air-quality-iaq-charlotte-ncs-iaq-specialists.aspx
  • Are your Ducts Properly Insulated? You can lose up to 60% of your heated air before it reaches the register if your ducts aren’t insulated and travel through unheated spaces such as the attic or crawlspace. Remember to hire a qualified professional to help you insulate and repair ducts.
  • Did you change the batteries in your smoke / co detector when you re-set your clocks to standard time? Replacing the batteries in the smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms throughout your house twice each year is a simple task that could potentially prove life-saving. A convenient way to remember to do so is by changing these batteries at the same time as you change the clocks in your home.
  •  Does your home have a CO detector? You should have a Carbon Monoxide monitor to alert you to harmful CO levels if you have a fuel-burning furnace, stove or other appliance in your home, or an attached garage.
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