Snow and Your HVAC Unit

February 17, 2021 | Furnace

This year in Indiana, we have seen more snow than we’ve seen in years! The beautiful, white landscape has been a welcome sight for most Hoosiers; however, it does come at a cost. Snow leads to hazardous road conditions, it can cause tree branches to fall, and it can even have a negative effect on your HVAC unit. Because not only will your furnace be working overtime to keep your house warm in these frigid temperatures, the snow could also be blocking your vents. Today, our team at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc. is setting out to educate Indiana homeowners about the danger of snow to your HVAC unit.

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What Is a True Furnace Emergency?

January 21, 2021 | 24/7 Emergency Service

All furnace problems need to be fixed eventually. There is no such thing as a furnace problem that you can simply ignore forever. However, it is true that some furnace problems can be left until the next available business day while some require immediate attention. The professionals at Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc. are available to Kokomo residents at any time of the day or night to provide heating repairs and maintenance. Read on to learn which problems are true emergencies, and which furnace problems can be addressed at the soonest possible appointment slot.

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Schedule Your Fall Furnace Tune-Up Today!

September 17, 2020 | Furnace

September in Indiana means just one thing – fall is just around the corner! Because September weather is usually fairly mild in Indiana, it is the perfect time to schedule your annual furnace tune-up with Quality Plumbing and Heating, Inc. Preventative maintenance of your furnace will ensure a warm and cozy home all winter long. When your HVAC system is running well, it is easy to take it for granted and assume that it will always work well. However, it’s important to take care of your furnace now, so you don’t get caught in the cold this winter.

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What Is a Ductless Mini Split?

August 11, 2020 | Air Conditioning

If you’re in the process of researching different heating and cooling options for your Indianapolis home, you may have run across the term “ductless mini split” but not totally understood it. Fear not, you’re not alone! Our team at Quality Heating and Plumbing Inc. has been around since 1968 and we enjoy educating our awesome clients on different heating and cooling options so they can choose what is best for their home. Read on to find out if a mini split might be right for you!

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Why Is My House So Cold?

February 21, 2020 | Heating

It’s a beautiful winter day in Indiana, you’re inside your house and the heat is turned on, and yet, you’re still cold. Why? If the thermostat is set to a comfortable temperature, shouldn’t you be comfortable? You don’t want to turn it up and cause your energy bill to shoot up, but something is stopping your home from being as warm as it could be. It’s a great question, and your friends at Quality Plumbing & Heating Inc. have the answers.

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Heat Up Central Indiana with Quality Plumbing & Heating, Inc.

January 27, 2020 | Heating

Winter is in full swing in Central Indiana, so it’s important to be sure your furnace is running at full capacity. The last thing you need is for your furnace to stall just as the next winter storm hits. The experts at Quality Plumbing & Heating, Inc. recommend having your furnace serviced annually to be sure it is ready for whatever Indiana weather will throw our way. We offer flexible and affordable service contracts to fit the needs of you and your family. Keep reading for more of what QPH can do for you!

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Managing Humidity Levels in Your Home All Year Round

October 27, 2019 | Air Conditioning

Maintaining the ideal indoor air humidity should be a priority for every homeowner, no matter what part of the country you live in. Indoor air that is too humid or too dry can have negative effects on your health, comfort, and the efficiency of your heating and air conditioning unit. Relative humidity is the amount of water vapor present in air, expressed as a percentage of the amount needed for saturation at the same temperature. As temperatures go up or down, the capacity of the air to hold water changes. It can be difficult to manage the indoor air humidity throughout the seasons, so here are some tips from the heating and air experts at Quality Plumbing & Heating, Inc. 

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