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Five of the Most Common HVAC Problems | Paschal

By | June 7th, 2019|HVAC System|

Your HVAC system is made up of several hard-working appliances. From the furnace to the air conditioning unit, these devices often work overtime during the [...]

Paschal Offers 24-7 Emergency Service For Your HVAC System! | PaschalCorp

By | June 5th, 2018|HVAC System|

You rely on your home's HVAC system to run when necessary. Should you run into problems, there usually isn't a huge issue. You pick up [...]

New Home? Let Us Design and Install The Most Suitable HVAC System! | PaschalCorp

By | March 6th, 2018|HVAC System|

A home is a place where people seek refuge from the hustle and bustle of everyday work activities. It is a haven where you can [...]

What Do Those Funny HVAC Noises Mean? | Paschal | NWA

By | August 15th, 2017|HVAC System|

Hearing a rattling, squealing or other unusual noise from your central air conditioner? Have you had an annual HVAC service? Regular maintenance can help avoid problems. Some [...]

How Your HVAC Company Should Treat You | PaschalCorp

By | July 18th, 2017|HVAC System|

Customer service is what differentiates good companies from bad, even in the HVAC industry. The best service brings customers back. Bad service not only drives [...]

Check Out the Quality Services Available | PaschalCorp | NWA

By | May 2nd, 2017|HVAC System|

An HVAC system cools your home in the summer and keeps it warm in the winter. Without an efficient, fully-functioning HVAC system, your home won’t be as comfortable, and you may pay more in utilities on inefficient appliances. There are a variety of service options available to improve or maintain your HVAC system, each of which are provided by the professionals at Paschal Heat, Air & Geothermal.  […]

Tips For Buying a New Trane Air Conditioner

By | April 7th, 2016|HVAC System|

If it’s time to replace your home’s cooling system, buying a Trane air conditioner is a smart choice. Trane has been a leader in cooling equipment innovation for over 120 years and are well-known for rigorous testing and reliability. Trane offers a number of different models so you can choose equipment that perfectly suits your needs and budget. Here are some helpful tips on how to get the biggest benefit from your A/C purchase. […]

The Pros of Investing in a New Central Air Conditioner

By | April 5th, 2016|HVAC System|

Summer is coming so this means it is time to deal with your Central Air Conditioner. If you are tired of having your old unit refurbished. It may be time to consider the pros and cons of investing in a new Central Air Conditioning unit for your home. […]

Be Sure To Factor These 3 Heating and Cooling Loads Into Your HVAC Installation

By | March 8th, 2016|HVAC System|

If you’re planning an HVAC installation, it’s important to understand the role that heating and cooling loads play in accurately sizing your new equipment. First, let’s clarify the meaning of two terms that are often misunderstood — “load” and “capacity”. Capacity refers to the output of a particular piece of HVAC equipment, while the load is the amount of heating and cooling output needed to keep your home comfortable. To properly size your new equipment, an HVAC pro takes three types of loads into account: […]

Your Guide to Choosing a New HVAC System

By | February 18th, 2016|HVAC System, Uncategorized|

Is your heating and cooling system getting louder lately? Maybe you have noticed a steady increase in your monthly utility expenses and have no good explanation. These are signs that your HVAC unit may need replacing. If you decide to replace the system, you will need information about the process of installing a new unit. […]

Spring Into Action and Prepare Your HVAC for Warmer Weather

By | February 4th, 2016|HVAC System|

Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow, so it is predicted that we will have an early spring. So while it may only be February, it may be time to start preparing. With spring on the way, one of the things you should start thinking about is your home heating systems or HVAC unit. It is always wise to prepare your unit before hot temperatures hit, ensuring it is ready to withstand the heat and cool your home. Here are three things you should do to prepare your HVAC unit for warmer temperatures. […]

How To Maintain Your HVAC System

By | February 2nd, 2016|HVAC System|

Nearly everyone uses HVAC systems on a regular basis. Unfortunately, while HVAC is a central and imperative part of our lives and overall comfort, these systems are usually neglected until they fall apart and require major electrical repair. The good news is that you can do some simple maintenance to protect your HVAC components and extend their service life.  […]

What Does HVAC Mean?

By | January 26th, 2016|HVAC System|

You have probably heard the term HVAC, or seen it printed on the side of a truck traveling beside you on the road. If you own a home, you have a good idea as to what is HVAC and already know that it is related to heating and cooling. HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning and it is a commonly used term in the heating and cooling industry. In most of today’s homes and businesses, all three of these functions combine into one system that provides comfort in the form of cooled and warmed air. But what you may not know is what else HVAC covers. […]

Save Money By Upgrading Your Homes HVAC

By | November 10th, 2015|HVAC System|

When you’ve got your own home, everything turns into an issue of cost. Many people don’t realize that upgrading their home heating and cooling system will actually save you a lot of money. Here are some HVAC instillation tips which you can put into use today! […]

The Value of HVAC Technology

By | November 5th, 2015|HVAC System|

In today’s tightly-sealed, energy efficient houses, a source of mechanically introduced fresh air is vital to maintain indoor air quality. As residential construction methods become more air-tight to conserve heating and cooling, airborne particulates and contaminants can accumulate to harmful levels never seen in the drafty, well-ventilated homes of the past.  Today, the gold standard for mechanically introduced fresh air ventilation is the ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator.) […]

Improve your life by Heating Your Home with HVAC

By | October 13th, 2015|HVAC System|

  Did you know that more than half of your home energy that is typically used in the home will go to heating in the [...]

How to Prepare Your Outdoor HVAC Unit for Colder Weather

By | October 1st, 2015|HVAC System|

  Once fall arrives and you no longer need air conditioning, it's time to get your home's HVAC system ready for winter weather. In addition [...]

Follow These Tips When Choosing a New HVAC System

By | August 20th, 2015|HVAC System|

If you’ve never been directly involved in choosing or operating a residential HVAC system, you’ll be better equipped to do so with a little basic knowledge about how these systems work. Following is some information on how these systems work, which will help in choosing a new HVAC system for your home. […]

HVAC Stands for the 3 Parts That Make Your Home Comfortable

By | August 18th, 2015|HVAC System|

You’ve probably heard the term “HVAC” thrown around and might even know what the letters stand for, but it doesn’t hurt to dig a little deeper into the separate components of HVAC – heating, ventilation and air conditioning – in order to better understand what HVAC stands for. […]

Ignoring HVAC Maintenance? These Could Be the Consequences

By | July 30th, 2015|HVAC System, Service & Maintenance|

Unfortunately, a lot of homeowners let things slide when it comes to maintenance on their home’s cooling and heating systems. While you’re free to do so, you should be aware of the consequences of ignoring HVAC maintenance. It could cost you in lost comfort, higher energy bills, more repairs, a shorter service life, eroded indoor air quality, and threats to the safety of your household. […]

Before Constructing Your New Home or Addition Layout Plan for Your HVAC System

By | November 6th, 2014|HVAC System|

Before constructing your new home or adding an addition layout, proper planning of your HVAC system will save you time and money. By learning the basics and discussing the details with an HVAC professional whom you trust, you will be able to improve the lives of all household members for many years to come. […]

Planning a Remodel? Plan for Your HVAC System

By | September 11th, 2014|HVAC System, Service & Maintenance|

Don’t let a home remodel project lead to a costly HVAC system repair in your home. Dirt and debris that finds its way into the heating and cooling system components may cause damage and lower energy efficiency. Dirt may accumulate on the fan, coils, and other areas of the system. Indoor air quality may also suffer from this condition. There are some steps you can take to plan for your HVAC system during construction. […]

SEER Ratings: How Does your HVAC System Rate?

By | January 7th, 2014|HVAC System|

The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) ratings are the best way to compare the efficiency of one central A/C with another. They also are used to rate the cooling efficiency of heat pumps. The rating system was developed by the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI). […]

Better Together: Your Home’s Comfort Systems Should Work in Sync

By | October 31st, 2013|HVAC System|

The comfort systems in your home include the HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system, insulation, windows and doors, as well as the building’s shell. When one or more is amiss, your home loses some of its comfort, and your energy bills will rise in proportion to the extent of the problem. […]

Energy Tax Credits Help Take the Sting Out of an HVAC Upgrade

By | September 19th, 2013|Energy Savings, HVAC System, Tax Credits and Rebates|

If you’ve been putting off that crucial upgrade to your home’s HVAC system for financial reasons, there’s no better time to make the decision than now. Generous federal energy tax credits are set to expire at the end of 2013, so act soon and ease the financial burden of purchasing new, energy-saving equipment for your Arkansas home. […]

Do You Have a Service Agreement? Here’s Why You Should Join the Club

By | September 10th, 2013|HVAC System, Preventive Maintenance|

An important part of extending your HVAC equipment’s lifespan is to schedule annual preventative maintenance. A great way to make sure the tune-up happens every year is to sign up for a maintenance agreement. This is a contract between you and an HVAC company. For a reasonable fee, you enjoy a number of benefits. Here’s a look at five of them: […]

Manual J and Manual D: Why Your A/C Tech Should Be Thoroughly Versed

By | June 27th, 2013|HVAC System|

Do you have confidence in your HVAC professional’s ability to properly install your new heating and cooling systems? One way to be sure is determining whether your contractor utilizes the industry-standard load calculation tools Manual J and Manual D. By taking the time to correctly size your equipment before installation, system efficiency and effectiveness will be maximized. […]

Your Current HVAC System May Not Be Able To Handle That Second-Story Addition

By | February 19th, 2013|HVAC System|

Adding a second-story addition to your home can be an exciting prospect, but the truth is that some HVAC systems may not be able to handle the heating and cooling needs of this extra space. If you’re going to build an addition onto your northwest Arkansas home, it’s important to know your options. […]

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