Why Energy STAR Labels?

Why is there a special ENERGY STAR®  label found on heating and cooling equipment? How can buying products which have this Special ENERGY STAR® label help the customer save energy cost? How does using products tagged with a Special ENERGY STAR®  label help the environment? ENERGY STAR® is a U.S. government-sponsored program that [...]

Oil Furnace Parts

Introduction Today's oil furnace can be expected to last 15 to 20 years, and are much more highly efficient, thanks to the technology of the manufacturer. In the UK is commonly called a boiler, but is still the same oil furnace as in other regions with cold winters. Because of their long life and [...]

2017-06-26T18:38:24+00:00 June 16th, 2017|Davison Heating and Cooling, Furnace Repair|

What is the most important thing about your AC & Furnace that you need to understand?

Sufficient air flow! It is absolutely critical that the air flow through your return and supply ducts is unrestricted. Dirty air filters, clogged evaporator and condenser coils, fallen insulation, crushed duct lines, or an undersized duct system will not only adversely affect the temperature in your home, but It will also cause your system [...]

2017-05-25T12:05:26+00:00 May 26th, 2017|Davison Heating and Cooling, Furnace Repair|

Air Conditioning in Davison

Most Davison homes have a central air conditioning split system for those days our near-perfect climate gets a little too warm.They are called split systems because the condensing unit is installed outside and the gas furnace or air handler, with the evaporator coil, is installed inside.This Davison HVAC guide looks at how central air conditioning [...]

What to do in a Power Outage

With the high winds last week and the snowstorms this week, it’s important to know what to do when the power goes out. The Detroit Free Press stated last week that over one million utility customers in Michigan were out of power. DTE Energy called last week’s windstorm one of the largest weather events in [...]

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 [...]

2017-02-27T17:33:41+00:00 February 28th, 2017|Davison Heating and Cooling, Heating & Cooling Blog|

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 [...]

2017-02-27T17:37:48+00:00 February 27th, 2017|Davison Heating and Cooling, Heating & Cooling Blog|

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 [...]

2016-12-29T15:17:28+00:00 December 29th, 2016|Davison Heating and Cooling, Heating & Cooling Blog|