Posted on:
11. 25. 2019

Why We Love Heat Pumps

Written by: Metro Air


Considering what type of heating system is right for your home? How does one system that provides both heating and cooling in one machine? That’s exactly what a heat pump does, and we think they are one of the best inventions out there! These systems can be programmed to heat your home during the cold fall and winter months and with a simple push of a button, you can switch to air conditioning in the summer. These systems are also highly energy efficient, so you could even save money in the long run! No need to worry about burning excess propane in your rural home in the winter, and when summer comes, say goodbye to that bulky air conditioning unit that needs to be installed in your window.

We are proud Bryant dealers and install a variety of heat pumps each year for residential and commercial clients. Here are some of our most popular models and their highlights.

Bryant Legacy™ Line Heat Pumps:
This is an affordable entry-level heat pump that will keep you and your family comfortable no matter what the weather decides to do. It has a SEER rating of 15 and is durable enough to last for many years.

Bryant Legacy® Series Heat Pumps:
This mid-range option is still affordable and offer up to a 17.5 SEER rating. They are available in single stage or compact options for your convenience. They’re so quiet you won’t even know they’re on!

Bryant Evolution® Series Heat Pumps:
These are the most efficient heat pumps with SEER ratings that range from 15.5 to 20.5. Available in two-stage, variable-speed, single-stage, or extreme variable-speed. These systems are versatile and effective in saving you money and energy throughout winter and summer.

Contact us today to talk to us about how a heat pump will give you maximum comfort all year long. We’ll help you determine which system fits your home’s layout and most importantly, your budget.

Posted on:
11. 19. 2019

Gas Furnace Safety Tips

Written by: Metro Air


Cooling & Heating installed by Metro Air Heating & Cooling

Many homes around Minnesota have gas furnaces. They’re energy efficient, affordably priced, and keep utility bills down when compared to electric heating systems. However, as with any furnace, there are things that can go wrong. Avoid hazards with your gas furnace by following these gas furnace safety tips.

#1: Keep the intake and exhaust lines clear.
It is important to keep the intake and exhaust lines free of debris or clutter. Don’t store any items like cleaning products, boxes, loose paper, or other flammable objects near the furnace. This could cause an accidental fire. There should always be plenty of clearance around the system.

#2: Install a carbon monoxide detector in your home.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a clear, odorless gas and if poisoning occurs, it starts with headache and dizziness, upset stomach, or weakness. Gas furnaces, stoves or space heaters can leak carbon monoxide into your home, and it can be deadly. CO detectors are a standard product in most homes but if for some reason you don’t have one, it’s important to invest in one immediately. Even if you don’t have a gas furnace, a carbon monoxide detector is important to have. These are affordably priced in local home improvement stores and can save your life.

#3: Regular preventative maintenance.
Preventative maintenance appointments with our professional team of technicians at Metro Air Heating & Cooling are important. These appointments are the best way to repair and detect any small issues with the furnace that could turn into bigger problems down the road. And while we are on call 24 hours a day for emergency service, you won’t want to experience an unexpected furnace breakdown. This is especially true if your furnace is at the end of its lifespan. We will clean the inside of the system including the air filters and will also make sure all the internal components are functioning as they should together for peak energy efficiency.

Keeping you and your family safe is important, especially now that your furnace is in use in the colder weather. For more information about gas furnace safety or to schedule a repair or maintenance appointment, contact us today!