David Brown Heating & Cooling, LLC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Dickson’

We Can Help Expand Your Use of Natural Gas in the Home

Monday, July 4th, 2022

Along with working on natural gas heating systems like furnaces, we also provide service to install, repair, replace, and maintain gas lines in Dickson, TN. This is a job that you only want to trust to experienced and licensed professionals. Inferior work on gas lines can create significant dangers for a house, so always turn to our highly trained team and trust to our great reputation when it comes to your gas line needs.

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The Importance of Great Ducts In Your Home

Monday, June 13th, 2022

Your ducts are the lifeline of your home. All your conditioned air (whether cold or hot) travels through this ductwork. If it’s compromised in any way, you’re going to notice a decline in both your comfort and efficiency. This is bad news because there’s nothing worse than an uncomfortable home and high energy bills to match. You don’t have to replace your air conditioning system or even engage in air conditioning repair to rectify this issue. A lot of the time, the problem stems from your home’s ductwork rather than the air conditioning system itself. If you’re looking for great duct sealing in Dickson, TN, then it’s time to schedule an appointment with our professionals. We’re around when you need great work because quality is important to us. We always take the extra steps. 

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It’s a Great Time for Your AC’s Annual Tune-Up!

Monday, May 9th, 2022

May is the last full month of spring—and spring is the right time of year to arrange for regular AC maintenance in Dickson, TN. Any air conditioning system that works as hard as ours do during the summers needs to have a professional inspection and tune-up each year to ensure the system works at its best through the coming hot weather.

We make regular air conditioning maintenance easy through our special maintenance program. When you join, you’ll receive two tune-ups for your HVAC system a year: the first in spring for your air conditioner, and the second in fall for your heater. Our technicians will give your air conditioning system a complete 14-point inspection and full tune-up. In addition, you’ll receive additional membership benefits such as priority service, a discount on repair work and replacement services, and no overtime charges for after hours.

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Late Season Heating Problem? Don’t Delay Having It Repaired!

Monday, April 11th, 2022

Once April comes around, most of us are ready for the warm weather to settle in and just stay. It’s spring: we’d all like to be done with winter and move on.

Of course, the weather doesn’t always behave the way we want it, and early spring is an unpredictable period. You’ll still need to pay attention to your heating system, and that means knowing when it’s time to call our technicians for heater repair in Dickson, TN.

We can hear your objection now: “Do I need to worry about scheduling repairs for a heater when it’s already spring? It’s not like I’ll need the heating system that much, and the warm weather will soon be here.” We’ll explain more below why it’s always wise to stay on top of a malfunctioning heater and have repairs done as soon as possible.

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Are Your Heating Bills Higher Than Ever? Let’s Find Out Why!

Friday, February 25th, 2022

You’re probably looking for ways you can save money this year. If you’ve noticed your heating bills are much higher than normal, that’s a good place to start with saving. You need a heating system to run regularly during the winter, but you might be paying more to heat the home than necessary. 

Below we’re going to look at several heating services in Dickson, TN that can help you lower heating costs—our technicians can discover the source of those increased bills and get it fixed!

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Is My Furnace Air Filter Enough to Clean the Household Air?

Monday, December 27th, 2021

Your furnace comes equipped with an air filter that’s usually found at the point where the return air duct connects to the furnace cabinet where the blower fan is located. Sometimes the filter is behind the vent cover of the return air vent. If the cabinet contains both the furnace and the air conditioner, the systems will use the same filter, which is why the filter is sometimes called the HVAC filter. 

You might assume that this filter’s primary purpose is to help provide cleaner, healthier air for the house. After all, why else have a filter in place? The truth is different, however. Although the furnace filter can provide some minor benefit to your home’s indoor air quality, this isn’t what it is designed to do. If you’re looking for better indoor air quality, you can’t rely on the filter and may need to look into other options.

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How a Dehumidifier Can Help Your Home

Monday, October 25th, 2021

When people think of high humidity levels, they usually think of hot days that feel even worse because of the muggy air. This is why “a dry heat” is supposed to indicate heat that’s more tolerable. (Dry air brings its own problems, but that’s for another post.)

You can’t do much about high humidity outdoors, but you can control humidity inside your house. There are portable dehumidifiers, but they’re limited in scope and don’t give you precise control over humidity levels. For proper humidity control, you’ll need our professionals to install a whole-house dehumidifier. This is integrated into your existing HVAC system and can be controlled through an upgraded thermostat. 

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How Would You Grade Your AC for the End of the Summer?

Tuesday, October 19th, 2021

School’s back in session, which also means we’re moving into the time of year when we use our air conditioners less and less until they shut down entirely until spring. This is a good season to take stock of your air conditioning system’s performance over the summer so you can take steps to improve it. This may mean calling for repairs, or it could mean scheduling a full replacement.

To help you analyze your AC’s performance, we’ve provided a short guide. All you have to do is think about how well your AC did over the summer, taking into account its reliability and if it needed repairs. Then give the air conditioner a letter grade, just like school, from “A” to “F,” and consult the guide below:

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Does a Dead Compressor Mean You Have to Get a New Central AC?

Monday, September 27th, 2021

The short answer to this question is: “sometimes.” 

Of course, that answer needs an explanation, and in this post we’ll look deeper into the choices you have when confronted with a burnt-out compressor. 

Our HVAC experts can answer all of your questions and give you guidance about what to do with your central air conditioning in Dickson, TN when its compressor dies. We can help you find the best and most affordable way forward with your home cooling.

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Reasons to Choose Us for Your New Home Construction HVAC System

Monday, August 16th, 2021

Building a new home is a great adventure. That means it will have its bumpy parts, but when you partner with the best professionals, you’ll make it through with ease and end up with the family house you always dreamed of.

The HVAC system is vital for your future happiness in your new home. A house’s heating, cooling, and ventilation system isn’t as flashy or attention-grabbing as a beautiful tiled-roof or a gorgeous foyer, but it’s as essential for daily life as the plumbing. For your new construction HVAC in Dickson, TN, you want to pick the best contractor you can find. Below are the top reasons to choose David Brown Heating & Cooling for the job.

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