Newmiller Heating and Air Blog

The latest news from us and a few helpful tips.

Types of Fans for Cooling Down Your Home

Types of Fans The most common types of fans found in homes are circulating fans and window fans; these include ceiling fans, floor fans, fans mounted for walls and fans mounted in windows. The purpose of these fans is to create wind that adjusts the hot and cold air...

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My Furnace Keeps Tripping The Circuit Breaker

Are you frustrated because your furnace keeps tripping the circuit breaker? Just when you thought you were in the clear from the cold weather, the temperature drops to 20 degrees and you're forced to turn on your heat to stay comfortable. As soon as the furnace kicks...

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Maintaining Indoor Air Quality With Pets

Tips for mataining indoor air quality with pets So many of us are pet owners and we love our fur babies like our children. Many homeowners keep their pets indoors and this is great for bonding, but can cause problems with indoor air quality. We want your family, home...

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Houseplants Can Help Purify Indoor Air

Houseplants are the new air purifiers. Ok, so that's not so new. It has actually been over 20 years since NASA's study on indoor air pollutants and house plants. However, the information hasn't changed much. We know that chemicals and contaminants are used in most...

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Auxiliary or Emergency Heat?

Have you ever wondered what Auxiliary or Emergency Heat actually are? If your home is using a heat pump you may have read the thermostat and noticed you were using the Auxiliary or Emergency heat mode. This is not abnormal and should not head warning, unless it...

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Air Quality and Humidity Control

Humidity control and air quality are closely related. One is ultimately a result of the other. This time of year when heaters are turned up many people start noticing the effects of the dry heat. Hardwood dries out and begins to make eery creaking noises and gaps...

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Is Your Furnace on Its Last Legs?

Is this Winter the Last for Your Furnace? Your furnace won’t last forever, no matter how well you care for it with regular maintenance. As with all machinery, parts will break down over time and your furnace will eventually lose its efficiency. You’ll begin to see...

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