The Beginning of Allison Air Conditioning & Heating

Allison Air Conditioning and Heating is starting a blog! We want our customers to not only get to know more about our business but to also get to know us outside of the HVAC world. How Allison Air Conditioning and Heating got started…. Steve Allison (President) was born in Highland Park, Michigan on April 7,

Does My House Need Surge Protection For The HVAC System?

Over the past few decades, the number of electronics in the average household has grown considerably. In the past, a surge protector was only really necessary for those with big-screen televisions. Today, there are many electronics which contain printed circuit boards. Such devices include the house phone and air conditioning systems. Power surges can result

Carrier Products Earn Best Buy Award From Consumers Digest®

Carrier is known as a dependable brand for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Its various models have consistently led the market in sales and satisfaction surveys. A respected publication recently affirmed company’s excellence when it named four Carrier HVAC products in its prestigious list. Among those that received Consumers Digest® Best Buy honors are

Cut Down Your Energy Bill With These Useful Home Energy Efficiency Tips

Electricity is a necessity mankind has soon discovered he cannot do without. With energy tariff increases, the future is literally quite bleak for families who have not considered cutting down on their energy consumption by trying out a few useful home energy efficiency tips. Gas and electricity bills that have in previous months been sky-rocketing,

Knowing The Signs Your Heating System Is Warning You With

It is easy to become panicked when your heating system starts acting strangely, or if it does not work at all. This is especially true when winter months are in full swing. There are many Furnace Warning Signs that when caught in time, can prevent your furnace from breaking down. Knowing the signs a furnace

Keeping Informed About New Efficiency Ratings

Even though the increase of efficiency standards to an AFUE rating of 90 for furnaces is currently hold up court, many homeowners are fearful of its enforcement. The new HVAC Efficiency rating of 90 was supposed to be put into action in 2013. However, experts in the HVAC industry opposed the new efficiency rating. After

Is Your HVAC System Protected From Power Surges?

The effects of power surges can be devastating, both financially and emotionally. Unfortunately, very few homeowners take the necessary precautions or even think about how power surges can damage home utilities such as air conditioners, furnaces, boilers, and water heaters. In fact, most homeowners protect electronics such as televisions, but leave their more valuable equipment

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Tips To Stay Cool In The Summer

Most American families are searching for ways to save on their monthly budget. During the warmer summer months, an electric bill can drastically eat up and cause havoc on even a well-thought out and planned budget. However, families that follow these summer cooling tips are able to better balance their budget with keeping their home

Raise The Thermostat On The A/C Or Use Ceiling Fans? Energy Efficiency

Summer brings hot weather and large electricity bills. The two are directly related because when the weather turns hot we turn on our air conditioners. According to the U.S. Energy Department, our A/C units are the greatest energy consuming devices in our homes, using from 15 to as much as 70 percent of our total