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Health Alert: One Hour Answers FAQ’s on Indoor Air Quality Cystic Fibrosis

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indoor air quality cystic fibrosisPeople who suffer from Cystic Fibrosis typically experience wheezing and coughing as a result of frequent infections in the lungs. Over time, a coating of mucus develops over the lungs that can cause long lasting harmful effects or respiratory failure over time. Indoor air quality for Cystic Fibrosis is critical in preventing future infections of the lungs, which is why is so important to routine seek the insight of one of our Charlotte HVAC repair experts. In this article, we are going to provide you with an overview of Cystic Fibrosis, to better reveal the importance of taking a second evaluation of the indoor air quality of your home.

Big Opportunities, Big Rewards: Careers in the Heating and Air Conditioning Industry

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Many people don’t fully understand that amount of opportunity the heating and air conditioning industry holds for those seeking a secure professional path full of both engaging challenges and big rewards. Over the years, we have served as a local stepping stone for hundreds of qualified Charlotte HVAC repair technicians. We are happy to help keep your home’s HVAC system working at peak performance through experts who are dedicated to our craft.

Mike Sits Down With The Charlotte Observer To Talk All Things One Hour

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Our own Mike Fowler recently took the opportunity to speak with the Charlotte Observer about the recent buzz around our graduating class of Charlotte HVAC technicians! We are thrilled to offer such a unique program to Charlotte and the surrounding communities. We give interested and qualified individuals the opportunity to learn HVAC service and repair under our expert training team. After a series of qualifying exams and shadowing our top technicians, our students then have the chance to come aboard and begin a career in the highly competitive and very rewards HVAC industry. Our recent class of HVAC graduates is the first of many for our growing family of dedicated professionals.

One Hour Answers: “Is Time To Repair or Replace?”

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Do you know the current condition of your heating and air conditioning system? How old is it? Does it leak strange liquids or make any strange noises? As a homeowner, it’s important to ask yourself questions like this when faced with the inevitable reality of whether to repair or replace your system. Some companies take advantage of unknowing customers, but One Hour believes in providing you with the information you need to be able to make a well informed decision regarding your budget and home’s HVAC system.

One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning Presents at Career Fair

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On November 27, 2015, One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning had the opportunity to visit Olympic High School and speak at their career fair. We wanted to share our views on the value of learning HVAC skills at a grassroots level. We especially wanted students to know that a 4-year degree is not their only option. There are alternate options, such as community colleges and trade, vocational and technical schools.

Best Thermostat Settings When You’re Away

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The holidays and travel go hand-in-hand, and many of us will be packing up and setting out for time with friends and family. While it’s an exciting and hectic time of the year, it’s still important to keep your home and your HVAC system in mind, especially as the low temps begin to consistently dip below freezing. Don’t forget that when you leave town, your house remains behind, and business will continue as usual for your heating system. In addition to easing the workload of your heating unit and reducing the likelihood of repair or replacing your heating unit, having optimal thermostat settings will lower your energy costs and put money in your pocket. There’s no better time than the holidays to embrace an opportunity to save.

Prepare Your Heating System for Winter

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Sweater weather has arrived in Charlotte! Here at One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning, we have compiled a helpful series of simple steps for homeowners to follow in preparation for the cold. Remember, the best defense is a good offense. Staying ahead of the weather will help you get the most from your heating system in Charlotte this winter.

5 Tips to Increase Your Heater’s Lifespan

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It’s that time of the year, Charlotte. With forecasted lows in the 30s throughout the month of December, it’s important not to let the relatively warm highs lull you to sleep on your heating system. The holidays, of course, as joyous as they are, are nevertheless costly enough without adding a serious heating repair to the mix. Part of what we seek to do at One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning is provide the Charlotte area with the information and tools to get the most out of your HVAC system—whether you’ve called us before or not. So, with even colder weather right around the corner, we’ve put together a list of common, practical tips designed to help you maximize the lifespan of your heating system.

What To Do if Your Heater Dies This Winter

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When cold weather comes to the Charlotte area, it’s important to keep One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning in mind. Our certified experts are available 24-hours a day, every day of the year and are “Always On Time…Or You Don’t Pay A Dime!”

More so in winter than in the summer months, a malfunctioning unit can create problems. While a malfunctioning air conditioner is often more inconvenient than dangerous, an improperly running or unresponsive heating system can prove dangerous, particularly during the coldest days and nights of winter. One Hour’s technicians are trained to fix your furnace quickly, restoring heat to your home. There are a few very common culprits in these scenarios:

Heat Pumps vs. Furnaces – What Are The Differences?

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Heating Pumps and Furnaces: The Difference Explained

The choice between a heat pump and a furnace is an important one and can affect homeowners in various situations:

Replacements—You may wonder if replacing your furnace with a heat pump, or vice-versa, is a viable option.
New Installs: In new construction applications, the choice between heat pumps and furnaces involves many factors.
Prospective Buyers—Often the choice between homes can heavily involve a debate between the two heating sources.

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