Turn on your ceiling fan when you’re home while raising the temperature on your thermostat to save energy costs and keep your home feeling cool. Make sure that your fan is rotating counter clockwise to blow the air straight down and therefore feel cool.Continue Reading
Energy-efficient homes are more common than ever. Although they provide many benefits, including reducing overall energy usage and a smaller carbon footprint, they come with some disadvantages as well. What Disadvantages? The most significant disadvantage is poor indoor air quality. Tightly sealed Boise area homes prevent heated and cooled air from escaping as easily, but…Continue Reading
Did you know the average American spends nearly 90 percent of life indoors? That’s why it is increasingly important to ensure indoor air quality (IAQ) is clean and healthy. If your Boise home is facing air-quality issues, you may be suffering anything from minor discomfort to significant allergy or health problems. Our team at Quality…Continue Reading
Quality Heating & Cooling is proud to be a part of Idaho’s first ever Women’s Day. Please join us as women from the Treasure Valley come together to proclaim March 8th, 2020 as Idaho Women’s Day! Enjoy a delicious brunch, champagne and a fashion show like no other, as we showcase women’s attire throughout history,…Continue Reading
Your fuel-burning furnace has a number of mechanisms allowing it to run safely and effectively. These features prevent fires and protect your indoor air quality (IAQ). They also work to prevent internal errors from damaging large portions of your furnace. From our team here at Quality Heating & Cooling in Boise, here are six ways…Continue Reading
Insulate the pipes in your home on exterior walls or in unheated areas such as crawl spaces, garages, basements, and attics. Turn off the inside water shut-off valve that provides water to your outside spigots or hose bibs. Drain each line by opening the spigot until it stops dripping and then turn off the spigot.…Continue Reading
Just about any electrical appliance has the potential to overheat. Furnaces are no exception. As a homeowner, you need to take precautions to lower the risk of an overheated unit. You should also be wary of the associated symptoms, so you know when to take action. Remember, if your system gets too hot, you should…Continue Reading
Quality Heating & Cooling proudly provides HVAC service to Boise, Nampa, Meridian, Eagle, Kuna, Caldwell, Star, Middleton, Emmett, Mountain Home and the surrounding Treasure Valley communities. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 208-377-3555, or request service online today.