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Why Is My AC Blowing Hot Air? Side view exhausted young biracial girl using paper waver, suffering from hot summer weather or high temperature at home. Unhappy overheated millennial mixed race woman feeling uncomfortable indoors.

Why Is My AC Blowing Hot Air?

May 15, 2024

Low refrigerant levels could be the reason your air conditioner is blowing out warm air. If you have a refrigerant leak, your system will run low on refrigerant, causing your air conditioner to struggle to keep your home at the temperature set on the thermostat.

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Planning to Remodel? Go Ductless!

April 15, 2024

A ductless system, also known as a mini split, can add comfort to areas of your North Dakota home where ductwork cannot reach. Whether you are remodeling or adding new living space, our team at Heartland Heating and Cooling is ready to assist.

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What to Know About Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

March 15, 2024

Heartland Heating and Cooling has all the answers to your carbon monoxide questions. As a leading heating and cooling company here in North Dakota, we are committed to keeping you comfortable and safe inside your home. You can trust our team to provide you the information you need to remain safe from dangers like carbon monoxide leaks.

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What Is a Dual Fuel Heating System?

February 15, 2024

So, you’re thinking about upgrading your North Dakota heating and cooling system. Have you ever heard of dual fuel? 

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Why Is My Heat Pump Turning On and Off Frequently?

January 15, 2024

Homeowners generally favor heat pumps for their efficiency. However, a number of common issues can cause them to run very inefficiently.

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How Do I Keep My Heat During Extreme Cold Weather?

December 13, 2023

We receive countless calls every time the temperatures drop below normal ranges, as homeowners here in Jamestown encounter problems with their home’s heating system.

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Why Won’t My Furnace Stop Running?

November 15, 2023

Is your furnace blowing air without pause? If so, you’re probably feeling a bit concerned. First, your Courtenay house most likely feels like an oven. On top of that, your utility bill will be considerably higher with your furnace constantly running. Believe it or not, this is a fairly common problem our professionals at Heartland Heating and Cooling see frequently, so you don’t need to worry.

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Why Do I Need a Humidifier in the Fall? - Grandmother.

Why Do I Need a Humidifier in the Fall?

October 18, 2023

Fall is a beautiful time of the year—but it comes with a drop in humidity levels.

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Schedule Your Annual Furnace Inspection Now

September 20, 2023

What’s at the top of your fall to-do list? Make sure it is your furnace. 

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3 Health Benefits for Using Your AC While Sleeping

August 16, 2023

A major part of your health relies on getting a good night’s sleep. That’s why it’s not just important to run your air conditioner during the hot summer days. You also need to keep your home comfortably cool at night as well.

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