Types Heat Sources for Heating Systems

Heating Systems, Which is right for you? There are many options when it comes to choosing a new heating system. Picking the right heating system can be confusing especially when you don't understand your options. This blog post will help you make an informed decision when choosing a new heating system.         [...]

Energy Savings with a Wifi Thermostat

What is a Wifi thermostat and how can it help your home? In this week's Healthy Home Report, Jeff Lee, our heating and cooling expert discussed wifi thermostats. So what is a wifi thermostat? A Wifi or wireless thermostat is a device that regulates temperature in your home. More advanced wifi thermostats contain sensors which help control [...]

Water Heating 101

Everything you need to know about water heating Choosing a new water heater can be a difficult task. There numerous types of water heaters and water heating accounts for the 2nd largest expense in your home. Due to the fact it's such a large expense, it's important to make the right choice for your family [...]

Home Depot Award: 1st Place Midwest Region

Holland Heating is proud to announce that we achieved a previously unattainable milestone that has never been done before! As a partner with Home Depot, we just received the award for being 1st place in the Midwest Region to reach one million in sales! In addition to our sales award, our customers voted us #1 [...]

Winter Energy Saving Tip: Heat Pump

Is your electricity bill higher than normal? If your bill has unexpectedly increased all of the sudden, this means that your heating unit, specifically your heat pump, may be in need of a repair. There are numerous factors that can cause a higher electricity bill. These include: A poorly insulated home Inefficient home appliances [...]

Save on Energy Costs this Winter

Reducing your energy bill can definitely help you save money. Utilities are a large monthly expense. So, how can you save on energy costs this winter? Bundle up Instead of turning your heat up for warmth, try layering your clothing, snuggle up in warm blankets or wear fuzzy socks. Use the sun Use the sun's [...]

Power Outages and Back-Up Generators

Storms, high winds, and snow in any season can have a big impact on your home. Every homeowner has experienced a power outage at some time. Power outages can be easily avoided, especially with back-up generators. Power outages can be devastating! With your basement flooding from no sump pump power, food spoilage from a refrigerator [...]

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Heat Vs Humidity? Find Our Tips On Both!

What impact does Heat Vs Humidity have on your home? In a recent news segment, Jeff Lee, our Home Improvement Expert, discussed how with Heat Vs Humidity, it's not just the heat that impacts your home comfort and health... it's the humidity. Heat is hot temperature, and humidity is amount of moisture or water vapor in the [...]

Making Strides Flint Kick-off Event

Jennifer and Megan we're up bright and early this morning for an event that is close to our hearts, the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Kick-off breakfast. Lucky for the girls, they got to drive the pink service truck to the event! We love to attend this event! It's an event that [...]

Does Your Air Conditioner Have Weak Air Flow?

This summer, Michigan has been extremely hot and humid. Due to the heat and humidity, it's important to make sure your air conditioner is working properly. The quicker that you can see that there is an issue with your air conditioner, the sooner you can fix the issue. This runs less risk of a breakdown [...]

What Ice on Your AC Coils Indicates

If you've ever looked into your AC unit you may have noticed ice or frost on the coils. It may seem like having frost on the coils would be a normal factor while your air conditioner works hard to keep your home cool. This problem causes a lot of confusion for homeowners. What does having ice [...]