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September 8th, 2016 Newsletter

Saving Money with an HVAC Professional

There are a lot of articles out there teaching homeowners about DIY projects around the house including how to fix certain things on the HVAC system. However, attempting to fix or replace the HVAC system by oneself could result in disaster and could cost a lot more than the DIY attempt was supposed to save.

Hiring an HVAC professional isn’t only the smart choice, it’s a choice that could save money. Here’s how:

1. Knowledge and Experience

While homeowners have access to limitless information on the internet about HVAC systems and parts, a professional has experience with all kinds of problems the system can encounter. They will be able to confidently diagnose the issue. They will know exactly what needs to be fixed to get everything back up and running so there’s no guessing and spending money on parts that don’t need replaced.

2. Safety

HVAC systems can deal with flame sensors, motors, electricity, and other dangerous items. If handled improperly, the homeowner’s safety is at risk. HVAC professionals know how to carefully handle these things, making the process safer for everyone involved.

3. Confidence

DIY projects don’t always go as planned and could end up causing even more problems. When an HVAC professional repairs or replaces an HVAC system, homeowners can feel confident that it won’t break down a few days later because it wasn’t installed correctly.

Instead of DIYing the next HVAC issue, call a professional at Diamond Heating and Cooling. They will help fix the problem, save money, and get peace of mind. With a low diagnostic fee of $79 and 24/7 service, they will fix the problem as soon as possible without breaking the bank.

After Labor Day Home Improvements

Labor Day signals the ending of summer as the Treasure Valley starts to move into fall. Before cold weather hits, homeowners should consider these three essential home improvements:

1. Windows

A lot of heat is lost through single-pane windows. If the energy bill skyrockets during the cooler months, homeowners should consider replacing older windows with a new, double-pane alternative. They should also look for any leaks or gaps around the windows where cold air might be coming in.

2. Insulate

Some homes don’t have insulation in areas such as the attic, crawl space, dryer vent opening, garage, and more. Installing insulation in these areas could help keep cold air out and keep the warm air from escaping. Not having insulation in areas like this could be wasting hundreds of dollars each fall and winter.

3. Carbon Monoxide Alarm

A sealed up house might be warm and cozy, but it could also be dangerous. Fuel-combustion appliances such as gas or wood stoves, fireplaces, or kerosene lanterns can cause carbon monoxide to build up inside, which is poisonous. Install CO alarms to protect the family since the gas isn’t detectable by color, odor or taste.

If after Labor Day home improvements include installing a new furnace before colder weather hits, contact Diamond Heating and Cooling. They’ll work with homeowners to determine the right furnace for every situation, and make sure everyone is satisfied.

September Diamond Hugs

Chrysalis Women's Transitional Living

For the month of September, our Diamond Hug Program is working with the Chrysalis Women’s Facility. We sponsored a golf tournament fundraiser Friday, September 9th. Check out our Facebook page for photos from the event and to learn how you can be involved in supporting this great Boise organization.