Cut Winter Heating Costs With These Tips

Posted on on February 12th, 2016

Home heating bills are one of the most costly expenses homeowners face during the winter season. If you’re looking to find a few ways to save money this winter, here are a some ideas to help you lower your heating cost without sacrificing warmth.1. Let nature heat the way. Sunlight can work wonders when it comes to […]

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Furnace Sounds You Shouldn’t Ignore

Posted on on February 10th, 2016

 It’s the coldest day of the year and you just got home from a long day at work. You change into some comfy clothes, make a cup of hot tea and grab your favorite blanket to get comfortable, read a book and enjoy the warmth of your home’s heating system. But nothing ruins a good […]

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Why You Should Seal Your Ducts Now

Posted on on February 8th, 2016

Above all things, having properly sealed ductwork is necessary to keep your home’s temperature regulated. Air ducts that are left unsealed or those whose seals have broken or loosened over time can present a real problem with it comes to keeping temperatures consistent. Having your ducts sealed can help keep your home heated evenly this winter.But that’s […]

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Why is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air

Posted on on February 5th, 2016

Your furnace is made up of four main parts: the fuel system, the burners, the fan and the ducts. If any of these items is malfunctioning, your furnace will not be able to do its job and heat your home. Here are some of the most common furnace issues to help you troubleshoot a cold air issue.No […]

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#TestimonialThursday – HVAC Service Spotlight

Posted on on February 4th, 2016

When you choose Tyler, rest assured that each and every employee has been properly vetted and tested prior to hiring, and trained accordingly once they’ve joined the Tyler Team. Here at Tyler Heating & Air Conditioning, we’re committed to providing the highest quality services and strive for 100% customer satisfaction in everything we do. This […]

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5 Tips to Keep Your Home Warm This Winter

Posted on on February 2nd, 2016

The cost to heat your home in winter can be quite expensive, especially if you don’t take the proper precautions to keep the heat that your furnace or boiler produces in. While insulating your walls, attic and floors is one way to make sure that warm air doesn’t escape, there are also plenty of tips […]

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Boilers, Furnaces & Heat Pumps: What’s the Difference?

Posted on on January 29th, 2016

When it comes to deciding on a home heating system, there are several pliable options for you to choose from. While many homeowners are familiar with three of the most common options — boilers, furnaces and heat pumps — often times they’re not 100% sure how each system functions and what the true difference is between the […]

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Home Heating Myths Debunked

Posted on on January 27th, 2016

Winter weather conditions can cause your heating bill to skyrocket if you don’t take the proper measures to ensure a cost-effective heating season. With just a quick Google search, you’re bound to find a long list of tips and tricks for lowering your heating costs, but some of them work better than others. To help […]

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Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Furnace

Posted on on January 21st, 2016

 With winter storms on their way to the New England area, we’re definitely hitting prime-time for pumping heat into our homes. The last thing you want is to be caught without a heat source this season! Pay close attention to your furnace and the things that it’s telling you, as some of them might indicate that repairs or replacement […]

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A Brief History of Tyler Heating & Air Conditioning

Posted on on January 19th, 2016

Founded on the principles of hard work, industry knowledge and exceptional customer service in 2005 by the Tyler brothers, Richard and David, Tyler Heating & Air Conditioning was born!Before beginning their family-owned HVAC adventure, both Richard and David worked in the industry for many years. Beginning as early as 1988, Richard started working with heating […]

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