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5 Common Winter Furnace Repairs

Posted On: November 20, 2020

As harsh as Richmond winters can be, it’s comforting to know your furnace is up to the task of keeping your home warm and comfortable. Unfortunately, it’s likely that you might experience furnace issues at some point. The good news is the experts at Short Pump Heating & Air know how to handle them! Here…

Should You Replace Your Oil Furnace with a Heat Pump or Gas Furnace?

Posted On: November 20, 2020

An oil furnace can last 15 or 20 years by performing regular maintenance but it isn’t the most efficient option for heating your home in 2020. Thanks to the advancement of technology, central and ductless mini-split heat pumps and natural gas furnaces have outpaced the energy efficiency of oil furnaces. Some might argue comparing the…

Kick Off Fall with a Furnace or Heat Pump Clean and Check…What to Expect

Posted On: October 28, 2020

For many Americans, fall signals the time to retreat to the comfort of their home, dust off the TV remote, and sink into the couch for their weekly dose of football. When you’re setting your calendar for the first big game of the season, why not pencil in a reminder to contact Short Pump Heating…

Electrical Safety Tips for Fall

Posted On: October 28, 2020

With fall finally in full swing, now is a great time to ensure your home’s electrical system is safe and working properly. Short Pump Heating & Air wants to offer some quick electrical safety tips to consider: Make sure electrical cords are in good condition – avoid using tape to repair a damaged electrical cord;…

Top 3 Home Heating Options

Posted On: October 2, 2020

With temperatures finally dropping, it’s time to think about keeping your home warm and comfortable this winter!  Today, the three most common and efficient ways to heat a home include a furnace, a heat pump, or a boiler. Heat Pumps When it comes to heat pumps, you can choose between geothermal and air-source. Because heat…

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