2012-09-12T08:20:30+00:00 September 12th, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Choose a Classic Heat Pump This Winter
There are a lot of technical terms, slangs and HVAC jargon that many Dallas homeowners aren’t familiar with, one such term is “heat pump”. What is a heat pump? And what does it mean to me? Well here in Dallas, Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney and surrounding areas where our lack of fall and mildness of winter tend to be the norm, heat pumps can mean saving money!For our purposes heat pumps are the outdoor unit that is used to cool andheat your home. Yes we said cool and heat! Heat pumps work in a manner that cools your home in the summer and then acts as the heat source in the winter. This process is based on a reversal of thermal energy flow using refrigerant as it’s mode of transportation. In cooling mode the outside unit acts as a condenser and the indoor component as an evaporator. In heating mode a reversing valve switches the flow and the outdoor heat pump then becomes the evaporator and the indoor serves as the condenser. This use of refrigerant is on average 3 times more efficient than the use of electric heat strips, making heat pumps a great choice for Dallas homeowners this winter. Along with the increased efficiency, heat pump systems are also much better at controlling in-house humidity.
So this fall or winter if your home’s electric heat system is giving you trouble and the outrageous bills keep piling up…choose a Classic Heating and Air heat pump system and enjoy all the benefits of Dallas’ top HVAC service provider, America’s #1 rated equipment and a money saving system that meets all your comfort needs.
For any questions, details, or service on your Dallas heat pump give us a call
2012-08-09T14:18:32+00:00 August 9th, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Back to School, Back to School…
Hello August!! This month marks the end of our Family Help short series, we hope that you utilized and enjoyed the information of the past 4 months. To wrap up the 2012 edition Classic would like to share a few back to school tips for both parents, teachers and students that will once again be roaming the hallways in just a few short weeks.
2012-07-07T19:24:30+00:00 July 7th, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Community “Pool” Service
Just the other day one of our technicians came in the office and was going hysterical about the number of people crammed into the community pool in the subdivision he just left. His exact words were, “if there was one person, there were 200 hundred!” Kids, parents, friends, grandparents and even a few stragglers who didn’t live in the subdivision. All this brought about a 45 minute long office conversation about local community pools scattered across Dallas and the surrounding metroplex. As this summer wears on and relief (and fun) can be found in cool, chlorinated locales, just remember a few a simple things.
Look out for yourself as well as others…respect fellow pool-goers rights and privacy…and above all elseThe Golden Rule!
For more tips, safety, and fun ideas for your local community or subdivision pool check out the link below:
2012-06-07T15:07:47+00:00 June 7th, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Now That’s Some High Quality H20
Happy Summer Dallas! The calendar has turned to June and summer has arrived in our fair berg. Triple digits are coming soon and as we prepare for the dog days of summer one very important thing to keep in mind is hydration. Whether it is lawn work, family gatherings, or out of control pool parties we sometimes forgo nature’s most vital, refreshing beverage for those other, more fun ones. Check out this daily “watering” schedule that will keep you healthy, hydrated and happy all summer long!!
2012-05-28T19:10:22+00:00 May 28th, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Celebrate But Remember This Memorial Day
As the entire United States of America recognizes today as a national holiday, let all of us remember what Memorial Day is truly all about. Aside from the day off work, BBQ’s and pool parties, Memorial Day is a time to honor and recognize the thousands of Americans who have served in keeping our great country “the land of the free and home of the brave”. Classic Heating and Air proudly takes time today to be thankful and to remember what Memorial Day means.
As we stand here looking At the flags upon these graves Know these flags represent A few of the true American brave
They fought for their Country As man has through all of time Except that these soldiers lying here Fought for your country and mine
As we all are gathered here To pay them our respect Let’s pass this word to others It’s what they would expect
I’m sure that they would do it If it were me or you To show we did not die in vein But for the red, white and blue.
Let’s pass on to our children And to those who never knew What these soldiers died for It’s the least we can do
Let’s not forget their families Great pain they had to bear Losing a son, father or husband They need to know we still care
No matter which war was fought On the day that they died I stand here looking at these flags Filled with American pride.
So as the bugler plays out Taps With its sweet and eerie sound Pray for these soldiers lying here In this sacred, hallowed ground.
Take home with you a sense of pride You were here Memorial Day. Celebrating the way Americans should On this solemnest of days.
2012-05-01T18:02:27+00:00 May 1st, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Fun in the Sun…But Be Careful
The month of May marks the beginning of summer for most North Texas residents and with that come pool parties, cook-outs, and extended time outdoors enjoying the bright sunshine. However, being outdoors and exposed to the sun’s UV rays can cause more than just a painful sunburn or a beautiful golden tan…the use of sunscreen is a must!! Take a minute to read the article below to become informed, aware, and safe when choosing a sunscreen for you and your family. Classic Heating and Air wishes you a great start to summer and safe endeavors in whatever fun you choose to partake in.