Goodbye Dry: Whole House Humidifier

It's winter in Michigan and the colder weather means dry air. Dry air is not only an annoyance, but it can cause problems to your home and your health. Dry air can cause chapped skin, respiratory problems, static shocks, dried-up houseplants, cracked and warped furniture, separations in wood floors, and gaps in your home's moldings. [...]

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High Efficiency Furnaces and Rebates

Furnaces and Rebates come togeather so well, Saving money on your energy bill this winter will be more important than ever with the rising prices that homeowners are constantly faced with. Your home’s heating system can make a big impact on your energy bill, especially if it’s running inefficiently. Did you know that it’s estimated [...]

5 Thermostat Money Saving Tips

There’s a lot you can do as a homeowner to save money on your utility bill this winter. When the bitter cold strikes in Michigan, it’s a smart idea to get into a money-saving routine when it comes to setting your thermostat. Here are a few tips to help save you money this winter with [...]

Time for a Furnace Repair or Replacement?

At Holland Heating and Cooling, we’re focused on keeping you and your family warm this winter. We provide heating brands that we believe in and trust. It’s important to remember that nothing lasts forever, and because of this, your heat could give out. If you have a heating issue, it may be time for a [...]

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 [...]

Duct Tales: Keeping Air Ducts Clean

This week's blog post has everything you need to know about the air ducts in your home. Air ducts help your HVAC unit run smoothly and keep the air in your home clean. So, what can you do as a homeowner to keep your air ducts clean? The most important thing you can do to [...]

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 [...]

Heating Repairs: The Signs You Can’t Ignore

Having your furnace breakdown during winter is a nightmare that homeowners do not want to deal with. Chances are before your heating system breaks, there are usually warning signs that a repair could be in your unit’s future. It’s better to be aware of the signs and symptoms of heating repairs more than dealing with [...]

Donate a Furnace for the Holidays

At Holland Heating and Cooling, we believe in giving back to those in need. We're kicking off the holiday season by helping a local Flint resident in need of a new furnace. So we thought, let's Donate a Furnace! Joshua is a dialysis patient who was in desperate need of a new furnace. His current furnace [...]

Simple Reasons to Change your Furnace Filter

Fall is an important time to change your furnace filter. Over time, furnace filters get clogged with dust, pet dander, and other particles from your home, which make your furnace work harder during the winter. Fall is a good time to change your filter because even when your furnace isn’t being used, it still [...]

Marine Corps Birthday Ball

Holland Heating and Cooling was honored to attend the Marine Corps Birthday Ball this past weekend in Grand Blanc, MI. Centerpiece at the Marine Corp's Birthday Ball Jennifer and Megan attended the event representing Holland Heating and Cooling. The Marine Corps League Flint Dept. #155 hosted the ball at The Captains Club at [...]

Indoor Air Quality and your Health

Who would think indoor air can be hazardous to your health? Did you know that exposure to air pollutants can be up to 100 times higher indoors than outdoors? The American Lung Association estimates that most people spend 90 percent of their time indoors, making indoor air quality extremely important. Many common household items contribute [...]