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What is the Ideal Level of Humidity for Your Family?

Posted On: January 11, 2022

As HVAC professionals, we spend a lot of time talking about how to best heat and cool your home. Especially when we’re in the thick of the winter or summer months in Richmond.  What is not discussed quite as often is the level of humidity in our homes.  What is the ideal humidity for you…

How Long Does a Furnace Last? Know When You Should Replace It

Posted On: January 11, 2022

For any homeowner, replacing a furnace can be a big investment and financial commitment. Many choose to keep hobbling along, making repairs vs. replacing, because of the initial cost.  When you consider how long modern furnaces last, the upfront cost might not seem quite as scary! There are a few ways you can elongate the…

Your HVAC System and the Holidays – 4 Safety Tips!

Posted On: December 7, 2021

The holiday season is here! Many have gotten their decorations and hung up the lights. As you prepare and get into the spirit of things, you also need to make sure your HVAC system is in tiptop shape to keep your home warm and safe. Short Pump Heating & Air wants to gift you with…

Avoid These Dangerous DIY Home Electrical Repairs

Posted On: December 7, 2021

While handy homeowners can tackle many things on their own, there’s a reason an electrician gets a formal education to perform their job. In many instances, it’s crucial for your safety and savings to rely on the experts for electrical work. At Short Pump Heating & Air, we want to offer four home electrical repairs…

4 Simple Furnace Repair Tips

Posted On: October 28, 2021

Keeping your home warm this winter requires a combination of routine HVAC maintenance and awareness of problems that could occur. We have compiled a list of four common furnace issues/repairs that can arise in winter, so you can feel confident in identifying and resolving them! Dirty filters: This is one of the most common causes…

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