Alexander Heating & Air Conditioning

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Alexander Heating & Air Conditioning
Alexander Heating & Air Conditioning is listed in the Heating & Ventilating Contractors category in Baldwyn, Mississippi. Displayed below are the social networks for Alexander Heating & Air Conditioning which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Yelp review page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alexander Heating & Air Conditioning on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 78.

Contact information for Alexander Heating & Air Conditioning is:
1125 County Road 166
Baldwyn, MS 38824
(662) 365-8129

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Alexander Heating & Air Conditioning has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Alexander Heating & Air Conditioning has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Baldwyn, Mississippi is 29 and in the category is 29. Learn more about ZapScore.

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We want to wish all our customers and friends and their families a Happy New Year! We hope you all had a wonderful blessed Christmas! We want to also thank all our customers, especially those who have been with us for years, for your business and your trust in us. Remember we make emergency calls 24/7 so if you need us don't hesitate to call. We are looking forward to a good year!

Well it looks like winter is about to be here. Just a reminder it's time for that Fall-Winter tune up. You may ask why do I need a tune up when my unit is working good now? There are several reasons for tune ups. Required by Heat Pump manufacturers to keep your warranty valid. Ensures your system works at peak efficiency. Helps reduce utility bills. Can prevent costly repair bills by uncovering small problems before they become expensive ones. Change your filters which in turn improves air flow. Filters need to be changed monthly for efficiency of unit. There are many other advantages in getting regular tune ups. Your system needs to be checked out good at least once a year, but having it checked out prior to turning on your heat or your cooling is even better. So call us for a yearly tune up or ask about our maintenance agreements where we come out twice a year. If you have any questions give us a call.

HERE ARE THE LAST OF THE HOT TIPS TO HELP YOU SAVE ENERGY AND MONEY 7. Keep your air filters clean. Check them every couple of weeks and change them as directed by the manufacturer. 8. Let the sunshine in by opening the curtains on cold days. heavy drapes to keep things cozy at night. 9. Review last year's energy bills. If your cooling costs are drastically higher this year, a qualified HVAC technician may be able to diagnose the problem. 10. Even the most eco-friendly, high-efficiency products and appliances can waste money and energy if they are not installed, serviced, and maintained properly. By working with certified technicians, homeowners can have confidence that their HVAC equipment is delivering on the energy efficiency promised. 11. Have your heating and cooling systems checked twice a year by an HVAC professional. Technicians certified by North American Technician Excellence(NATE), the nations largest independent non-profit certification body for HVAC technicians, are skilled professionals who have proven their knowledge in the HVAC industry by passing specialized tests. For further facts and tips, look for the NATE logo, go to www.hvacradvice.com.

HOT TIPS TO HELP YOU SAVE ENERGY AND MONEY If your heating and cooling bills seem to be going through the roof, give a warm welcome to these hints to help you keep more of your cash. This article comes from North American Technician Excellence. I'll give you 6 today and next week 6 more. 1. Check and maintain your insulation. Improperly insulated walls, floors, attics, basement, and keep crawl spaced drain away from heat and air-conditioning because it can encourage mold and mildew. 2. Add weather stripping and caulk around windows and doors. 3. Install a programmable thermostat that shuts itself off during the day when you're away and at night when you're asleep, to keep you comfortable when you're home and save you money when you're not. 4. Keep vents and returns free of obstruction. Don't lay carpet over vents, place furniture over it or in front of them, or it will obstruct the flow of air. 5. Get a humidifier and a dehumidifier. Dry air feels cooler than moist air. Humidity in summer makes you feel hotter; the same is true in the winter. 6. Keep outdoor air conditioning units clear of plants and debris.

TIP: REVERSE CEILING FANS In summer, you want the fans to move forward (counter-clockwise) in order to push air down from the ceiling and to create a wind effect to help cool the room. And in the winter (we all hope winter is over for now, but when it comes around again) switch the direction so that it runs clockwise. This will enable the fan blades to take warm air, which rises and collects at the top of the ceiling and push that warm air to the sides of the room and then down to the floor.