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The Invention of Modern Air Conditioning

Posted On: March 26, 2020

On July 17, 1902, Willis Carrier solved one of mankind’s most elusive challenges by controlling the indoor environment through modern air conditioning. His invention enabled countless industries while promoting global productivity, health, and personal comfort. Today, air conditioning units are found across the globe and in virtually every facet of daily life. They create more…

A Message From Our Team

Posted On: March 25, 2020

At Short Pump Heating & Air, health and safety are our #1 priorities. We would like everyone to be aware of the steps we have taken to maintain the safety and health of our customers and employees. Some steps we’ve taken to ensure your safety and the safety of our staff include: Our technicians have…

Tips to Get Your HVAC System Ready for Spring 2020

Posted On: February 17, 2020

To kick off spring cleaning, homeowners should enjoy opening doors and windows to let fresh air into their homes. In addition to spring cleaning, this is a great time to start thinking about what you can do to prepare your home’s HVAC system for rising temperatures. Here are five easy maintenance tips for you to…

What Is That Smell Coming From My Furnace?

Posted On: February 4, 2020

You might be the type to turn on your furnace at the slightest hint of a chill in the air. Or, maybe you hold out for that first, chilly night to curl up by the fire. Either way, if you smell something funny from your furnace, don’t panic. It might be normal. Here are some…

4 Reasons Your Heating Bills Rise in the Winter

Posted On: January 23, 2020

Have you seen a spike in your heating bill this winter?  In our climate, heating season requires more energy usage than cooling season. Other than cold temperatures and the usual higher electric and gas bills, there could be other reasons your heating bills are higher than they should be. Inefficient Heating – Whether you have…

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