When you are trying to decide what type of heating to put into your Cleveland home, you should consider all of the available choices. This is because there are five different main heating types on which your heating system can run. Budget obviously plays a role in your selection, but lifestyle and climate help to determine which the more practical source for your family is as well.
Wood Burning Heat
Wood log burning woodstove heat can be operated at no cost at all if you have easy access to a free source of wood and a good chainsaw. It does cost somewhere between $1,500 and $5,000 to put in a new woodstove. The wide pricing variance has to do with whether or not you already have a chimney and the style of stove you buy.
R.J. Heating and Cooling is partnering up with Columbia Gas of Ohio to give our customers instant discounts when they install qualifying high-efficiency systems in their homes. West Cleveland, Ohio customers will get a $300 instant discount for a 96%+ efficient natural gas furnace and an instant discount of $350 for a 90%+ efficient natural gas boiler. Simply contact a participating contractor like R.J. Mechanical to install new qualifying heating equipment and we will deduct the rebate from your invoice. The program will only run until December 31, 2016.
Summer might be an odd time for people to think about replacing their furnaces. Not so for Northeast Ohio, our heating and cooling service area. (You know it’s Cleveland when you have the air conditioner on at daytime and the furnace on at nighttime. Also, it won’t be longer until the weather turns again.
With this in mind, we here at R.J. Mechanical continuously look for ways to make it easier for our clients to replace their heating systems. We are proud to serve you as a certified ally of the Columbia Gas High Efficiency Heating System Replacement Program. Through this program, Columbia Gas of Ohio partners up with renowned heating and cooling contractors to ease up heating system replacement for property owners.
Looks like there’s more warm weather up ahead. Is your A/C up for it? What about your heat pump? Have you had it checked to ensure it’s ready for the coming winter? If you haven’t, now’s the perfect time to do both. When it comes to HVAC maintenance in Cleveland, Ohio, there’s no other name to trust but R.J. Mechanical.
To make our services more enticing, we’re offering a promo for either heat pump or A/C maintenance. Get a chance to earn a 15% discount when you call us for HVAC Clean and Check service. This promo is open to all our customers until the end of August.
R.J. Mechanical, a heating and cooling company based in Cleveland, now helps customers get financing through Wells Fargo so that they can start upgrading their HVAC home systems. With this financing option for home improvement, customers have a simple and fast way to pay for the services needed so that they can have the newest HVAC systems installed.
Through this mechanism, customers will have easy-to-use options for account management and bills payment. They will also be able to manage their money conveniently because of the monthly payments, opportunity to pay for the work over time, and competitive interest rates.
R.J. Mechanical, a heating and cooling company based in Cleveland, OH, is proud to announce that it has received its certification as a Columbia Gas Heating System Replacement Program Ally. The program enables the company to provide rebates for clients who will have their old boilers or furnaces replaced.
Through the Heating System Replacement Program, Columbia Gas of Ohio partners up with different heating and cooling contractors to provide discounted heating system replacement services. The replacement must be performed by certified partners (called “Allies”). The objective is to make it easier for people to replace their existing heating systems with more efficient versions, which will help them save more on energy bills in the long run and also help reduce the impact to the environment.
Cleveland, Ohio, like the rest of the country, is in the middle of summer and at this time of year, things can get uncomfortably hot. While this means that your air conditioning unit will probably be going full blast, the problem is that too much work can slowly damage your air conditioner. You’ll eventually have problems with your unit, and if you want to be comfortable all summer long, it’s best to know the common problems that can afflict your unit and how to properly deal with them.
The Air Conditioner Turns Itself On and Off
You should be worried when your unit suddenly stops and starts on its own. This problem can be traced to your thermostat since your air conditioner takes its cue from it. It measures the temperature of your home and turns your furnace or air conditioner on or off depending on the current temperature of your room. If your thermostat is malfunctioning then your air conditioner will have a difficult time knowing when it should be at work.