3 Ways to Heat Up Your Freezing Finished Basement

March 18, 2019 | Basement Heating

Finishing your basement is a great way to add value and usable space to your home. Basements provide plenty of space to use for storage, entertainment, guest rooms, or toy/playrooms, just to name a few options. However, it can be very disappointing when you have finished your basement but you can’t stand to spend too much time in it because it is so cold. Basements run much cooler than the rest of the house. In fact, even the warmest basements run 5-15 degrees cooler than grade-level floors. It is a common issue that heating experts such as Allied Services, Inc. know just what to do to fix it and keep you cozy throughout the winter. 

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5 Steps to Reduce Allergens in Your Home This Spring

March 4, 2019 | Air Duct Cleaning

Allergens in the air, such as pollen, usually rear their ugly heads in the spring months. Itchy watery eyes, congestion, coughing, and headaches strike, making most people miserable. Fortunately, even if the outdoor air quality is poor, there are things you can do to improve the quality of the air indoors. The heating and air experts at Allied Services, Inc. recommend taking these steps toward reducing allergens in your home. 

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5 Reasons Why Your Furnace Could Be Blowing Cold Air

February 7, 2019 | Furnace

When the brutal winter weather of the Midwest hits, the last thing you want is for your furnace to quit working correctly. Furnace problems can be frustrating, but they don’t always have to result in a cold wait for a technician and a large bill at the end. There are some minor issues that you can inspect yourself, so don’t panic. According to Allied Services, Inc., there are five common reasons your furnace could be blowing cold air. 

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3 Ways to Protect Your Furnace in Sub-Zero Temps

February 1, 2019 | Furnace

February in Ohio is no stranger to extreme winter weather such as snow and ice storms, sub-zero temps, and wind chills that fall to -20 or below. When these weather patterns hit, it is very important to keep yourself, your family, and your pets safe by staying indoors whenever possible and taking the proper precautions when you must leave the house. However, don’t forget to also take steps to keep your home and furnace safe from the plummeting temperatures. According to Allied Services, Inc., there are 3 things you can do to protect your home and furnace from sub-zero temps this winter. 

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Tips for Buying a New HVAC System for Your Historic Home

December 5, 2018 | Cooling

Owning a historic home is a unique experience that comes with benefits and challenges. The level of quality, charm, and craftsmanship found in historic homes simply cannot be replicated. Each home has its own story that often can be told through marks on the banister or notches on the doorway. Crown molding, original floors, and hand-crafted, built-in bookshelves are just a few of the unique features that make historic homes so desirable. However, homeowners are often blinded by the appeal of owning a piece of history and often overlook the challenges that old homes bring. In order to be safe, convenient, and up to code, many historic homes need updated plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. The experts at Allied Services, Inc. know exactly how to find and install the right HVAC system for your historic home. 

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