5 RED FLAGS TO LOOK FOR IN AN HVAC SYSTEM WHEN PURCHASING A NEW HOME

5 RED FLAGS TO LOOK FOR IN AN HVAC SYSTEM WHEN PURCHASING A NEW HOME

If you’re currently in the market to buy a new home, first off – congratulations! You’re embarking on an exciting new chapter in your life, and we feel privileged to play even a tiny part in it. As your local Clayton-Englewood Heating & Cooling experts, we...
What Is the History of the Modern Furnace?

What Is the History of the Modern Furnace?

Heating a home wasn’t always as simple as clicking a button. Once upon a time, humans had to keep warm by sparking a fire and keeping it well-stocked. Fast forward to 2022, we can now control our heating system from the convenience of our smartphones. So, where...
What To Do If Your Heat Goes Out This Winter?

What To Do If Your Heat Goes Out This Winter?

Spring is coming in hot right around the corner- March 20th, to be exact. But as residents of Ohio, we still have to stay winter-ready and be prepared for any seasonal mishaps. Although to stay winter-ready, it would be a great idea to have a plan in case your furnace...
 What Is the Most Energy-Efficient Furnace Setting? 

 What Is the Most Energy-Efficient Furnace Setting? 

Prices have notoriously gone up as inflation continues to rise. Clayton-Englewood Heating & Cooling knows how important it is for a homeowner to pinch a pretty penny where you can. For this reason, today, we will go through a list of ideas to help you utilize your...
What Are Common Furnace Myths?

What Are Common Furnace Myths?

Have you ever been given an unsolicited piece of advice about your HVAC system? Maybe you have been told to do something particular in order “to save money” or “save energy.” But do those tips really work? Your Clayton-Englewood Heating...
What Are 5 Ways You Can Winterize Your Home?

What Are 5 Ways You Can Winterize Your Home?

Has the colder weather been keeping you indoors more? A home is comfortable and cozy when it is warm and toasty. But that wouldn’t be possible without a running furnace. Suppose your furnace is running just fine, but you have noticed that the warm air...