Resicon LLC Blog: Archive for the ‘Heating’ Category

Ways Mitsubishi Ductless Systems Can Save You Money

Monday, January 27th, 2020

ductless-heat-pump-mitsubishiOur specialty when it comes to cooling and heating in Olympia, WA is helping customers upgrade to energy-efficient products. You can enjoy greater comfort without an enormous cost rise. Our mission to provide superior energy-efficient and eco-friendly comfort to homes is why we’re dedicated to installing Mitsubishi products.

One type of Mitsubishi system we often install for customers is the ductless mini split. This is a comfort solution that can save money in multiple ways. We’ve listed how a professional installation of a Mitsubishi ductless mini split can lower your home comfort costs.

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Are There Any Drawbacks to a Ductless Heating System?

Monday, January 13th, 2020

blue-question-markYou have different options for home heating in Tacoma, WA when you’re on the market for a new system. We recommend looking into a ductless heating system, which has numerous advantages. One is that a ductless heating system is also a ductless cooling system because it’s designed as a heat pump. You have a two-in-one fix for your comfort concerns. Ductless heat pumps also help save energy, are flexible for homes without ducts or undergoing renovation, and allow for zone heating/cooling.

“So what’s the catch?” You want to hear the bad news. We are honest with our customers because it’s how we can best help them improve conditions in their homes. We’re glad to share with you the reasons that homeowners may decide against a ductless heating and cooling system.

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Why Is One Wall Unit in My Ductless System Not Heating?

Monday, December 30th, 2019

ductless-air-conditionerThe ductless heating and cooling system (a.k.a. ductless mini split heat pump) has done wonders for many homes that wouldn’t have been able to enjoy central comfort otherwise. Ductless systems are excellent for other purposes as well, such as add-on rooms, home renovation, new home construction, and eliminating hot and cold spots in homes no other HVAC system can reach.

If you enjoy ductless heating in Olympia, WA, we hope you won’t have to call us for repairs during the season. But even the best ductless mini split heat pump can malfunction. During the winter, you may discover that one of the wall units in your home isn’t sending out heat. The good news is that you won’t have to worry about losing heat in the rest of the house while this one is broken. The bad news is that you still need that one unit fixed!

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4 Signs Your Ductless Heating Needs Fixing

Monday, December 2nd, 2019

ductless-system-with-technicianWe’re advocates of ductless heating in Tacoma, WA. Ductless mini split heat pumps give homes excellent cooling and heating around the year at an affordable price, and they’re flexible enough to fit the newest and the oldest homes. We’re proud to install the finest Mitsubishi ductless mini split systems—and we repair them as well. We know that, no matter how well a new Mitsubishi system is installed and how well we care for it, it may still run into malfunctions at some point.

We’ve provided a list of 4 signs that your ductless system needs our repair assistance. Don’t hesitate to call us when you encounter problems. With a ductless system, you often will only lose heating or cooling in one part of your home during the repair process. It’s another one of the benefits of having a ductless mini split in your house.

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What to Know About Carbon Monoxide Leaks and Detectors

Monday, November 19th, 2018

co-detectorCarbon monoxide leaks are the silent killer in your home. So that’s why you’ll most commonly hear carbon monoxide detectors being brought up in conversations about gas furnaces.

But the truth is that you need a carbon monoxide detector in your home for any natural gas-using appliance in your home, such as water heaters, ovens, and stoves.

In this post, we’ll clear the air on carbon monoxide leaks, as well as how to ensure that your carbon monoxide detectors are working properly.

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When Is It Time to Replace Your Furnace?

Monday, September 10th, 2018

furnaceWith the fall season approaching, it’s time to start thinking about your furnace. A quick maintenance call should be able to give you an update on the status of your furnace. We especially recommend it for furnaces since carbon monoxide leaks are more prevalent in aged systems that haven’t been inspected recently.

In the event that your furnace is nearing the end of its life or beyond repair, a replacement may be in order. Here are a few signs that you should start thinking about replacement.

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