Many reasons can cause an air conditioner to malfunction, resulting in warm or hot air blowing through your vents. Our Link Service Heating & Cooling professionals want to help you diagnose those problems quickly and then get them fixed, so you can cool down your family and your home.Continue Reading
When you are in the middle of summer, it can be difficult to keep heat out of your Johnstown home even if you have your central air conditioning system going full blast. Our team at Link Service Heating & Cooling wants to help you prevent heat from building up inside your home as much as possible so that your air conditioner can be more effective and efficient. Here are some tips to consider.Continue Reading
If you can reduce that usage in Ebensburg, you will be able to make a difference in our environment and save yourself some money as well. Take some of the following ideas from our professionals at Link Service Heating & Cooling to heart and make some money-saving resolutions today.Continue Reading
Our team at Link Service Heating & Cooling regularly gets calls about frozen heat pumps. Though common, a heat pump freeze-up usually means your system’s components are not working correctly. Sometimes you can fix it yourself. But often times, you will need to call a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) professional, like us, as the problem may require a part replacement or complex repair.Continue Reading
These days, when our hot water goes out on us, it is more than an inconvenience. Our lifestyles depend on hot water in our daily routines. In fact, we are so dependent upon it, water heating ranks second to only space heating for highest energy consumption in the United States.Continue Reading
Your fuel-burning furnace has a number of mechanisms allowing it to run safely and effectively. These features prevent fires and protect your indoor air quality (IAQ). They also work to prevent internal errors from damaging large portions of your furnace.Continue Reading
Everyone has it, and nobody wants it. Dust.
It’s rampant everywhere around the country and has become the subject of a lighthearted, frequently repeated myth at both the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).