September 25, 2017

HEATING PAD/ELECTRIC BLANKET SAFETY TIPS

heating pad

Although the recent reports are mixed regarding the ground hog’s prediction for a longer winter or the arrival of spring, one thing is certain, “Baby it’s cold outside!” Many households have at least one heating pad and probably an electric blanket. Aunt Louise may have even given you one this … [Read more...]

INDOOR AIR QUALITY & FILTERS – ANCHOR HEATING & AIR CO.

Word cloud for Indoor air quality

The temperature of the air in your home, filtering particles from that air and the level of humidity in your home all contribute to the indoor quality of air surrounding you. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), whether you or your family suffer from allergies and asthma, the air … [Read more...]

CHOOSING THE RIGHT HUMIDIFIER FOR YOUR HOME

Air humidifier

During the winter months, air in your house can be drying to your body due to the lack of moisture. Utilizing a humidifier can make a huge difference in helping to restore the balance of moisture in your home. Humidifiers can also help alleviate symptoms associated with colds, flu, asthma and other … [Read more...]

TIPS TO PREVENT YOUR PIPES FROM FREEZING – Anchor Heating & Air Co.

water splash on blue background

If you have experienced having a water pipe freeze and burst, you completely understand how devastating it can be on your home, you and your family. The damage caused by leaking water running through your walls and ceiling can equal extensive and expensive reconstruction and replacement damage. Here … [Read more...]

SAFETY SERIES PART 3: HEATING EQUIPMENT SAFETY TIPS

fire

As you collapse onto your bed after tackling the crowded malls to finish your Christmas shopping, you are thankful for the comforting warmth your space heater provides. Sometime before midnight, your silk comforter slips off the bed and onto your space heater. Suddenly dreams of sugarplums turn into … [Read more...]

SAFETY SERIES PART 2: CHRISTMAS TREE SAFETY TIPS

Happy Holidays

Christmas is a time when many people deck the halls with Christmas trees adorned with festive, twinkling lights. Although beautiful to admire, overloaded lights and dried-out trees are a recipe for fire disaster. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), here are some scary … [Read more...]

SAFETY SERIES PART 1: WOOD BURNING FIREPLACES

Christmas decoration

Preventative maintenance and proper operation techniques are necessary when using wood burning fireplaces. While you and your family enjoy the holidays together roasting chestnuts on an open fire, the heating and air conditioning experts at Anchor Heating & Air Co. want to help keep you … [Read more...]

Anchor Heating and Air Conditioning | Does Your Home’s Wiring Need Attention? Here Are 7 Signs It’s Time To Call A Pro

It’s important to make sure your home’s electrical wiring is functioning properly because it can cause serious problems such as a fire. Here are 7 signs that mean it’s time to call in a professional to take a look. Noises such as buzzing, clicking, humming or sizzling. Witnessing sparks from … [Read more...]

Douglasville Heating Company | Beware of Ice

Winter

If you end up on a frozen lake or pond, understand that it can be extremely difficult to judge how safe or dangerous the ice could be. Here are some tips for an enjoyable and safer winter: Do not go near ice that is two inches or thinner. It typically cannot support a human’s weight and is very … [Read more...]

Douglasville Heating Company | Cold Weather Safety Tips for the Office

Winter

Now that it’s getting cold outside, there are different hazards to look out for in the office. Here is a list of safety tips your office should abide by to reduce the chances of disaster: Do not allow space heaters in the office. Apart from using up a tremendous amount of energy to warm such a … [Read more...]

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