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David Bentley took time with us measuring the square footage of the house, checking our system, and answering our questions. He was not the least bit pushy. We were very impressed with his genuine concern that we understood each answer he gave us.

C. Wix

Did you know that the quality of the air you are breathing indoors may be worse and substantially more polluted than the air outdoors? It’s true!

We know that besides your home and possibly your car, your air conditioning and heating equipment may be one of the largest investments that you have made.  That is why we at Anchor Heating and Air Conditioning only use the best equipment – Trane.

One the most frequently asked questions that we get here at Anchor Heating and Air Conditioning is “Where should I install my thermostat?”  Believe it or not, there are places in your home that are better suited than others for your thermostat.  Some areas in your house or... Read more

In most cases, we do not suggest that someone try to repair their heating or air conditioning system by themselves.  Because it is dangerous, even life-threatening, we usually recommend that you seek the assistance of a trained and licensed professional.  But there are a few common problems that we see in this business that we feel comfortable giving “DIY” advice on: One of those is the furnace blowing out unheated air.

Last week, we talked about our Comfort Agreement and what comes along with that. You will receive two visits a year, before each peak season for one reduced price.

For maximum heating efficiency, a warm home, and decent energy & gas bills it is essential that you take the steps to seal up your home during these cold, winter months.  Unfortunately, this can have a negative effect on the quality of your indoor air.  The more airtight your home... Read more