Frequently asked questions.

Frequently asked questions.

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Is American Standard a good brand?2022-02-17T13:48:40-06:00

American Standard is recognized as one of the top five brands for quality and durability. Owners of American Standard are Satisfied with their heating and air systems and are extremely likely to recommend them to others. American Standard has been ranked #1 in customer satisfaction by consumer reports.

What temperature should I set my thermostat on during summer and winter?2022-02-17T13:49:09-06:00

In the winter it is recommended to set your thermostat to the lowest comfortable temperature. This temperature is typically 68 degrees, doing so helps slow down heat loss for homes. In the summer 72 degrees is to be an ideal temperature. 

What are the benefits of a maintenance plan?2022-02-17T13:49:31-06:00

Advantages to routine maintenance are more effective heating, lower energy and fuel costs. Doing maintenance also helps your system to last longer and prevent any unfortunate setbacks.

Should I get my air ducts cleaned?2022-02-17T13:49:52-06:00

Over time without proper air duct cleaning the moisture will start to grow mold and mildew. If you have mold in air ducts it is going to be blown all through your home or business causing a musty, unpleasant smell, and eventually people will start to get sick. 

What’s the deal with smart thermostats?2022-02-17T13:50:27-06:00

Being able to manage your home heating and cooling from anywhere can dramatically increase the efficiency of your home’s climate-control system.  


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