Have you joined our Comfort Club yet? If not you’re missing out on some great deals! Comfort Club is a way to get the deals you want. We have great benefits such as saving 15% on all repairs, with regular maintenance to your heating and cooling system, it is much likely to break down. But when it does, rest assured knowing it will be repaired quicker and cheaper thanks to you Comfort Club Membership. Also you get 24 hour service, on the hottest day of July, no matter how many customers are calling our lines, you will always be top priority! We will get to your home within a few hours. Huge discounts off new equipment, when the time comes to upgrade your aging equipment, reap the benefits of being in the Comfort Club with some big savings! Lastly but certainly not least you get twice a tear tune ups, make your equipment last twice as long! Have a professional clean, inspect, and maintenance your unit twice a year. Includes filters for your unit to! It’s an amazing deal that is hard to pass up. It’s your choice to pay a small monthly fee, or once a year fee! Stop by one of our locations below or here is a link to sign up online! =è http://www.easternairflow.com/comfortclub.html
3757 US HWY 23 S
Prestonsburg, KY 41653
1066 East New Circle Road Ste 1
Lexington KY 40505
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Fall is coming right up and winter will be hitting us before we know it. Crazy, right? Something that we’re all too familiar with that comes along with the colder months is some heavy snowfall and with heavy snowfall, power outages tend to happen. Of course when people lose power, you lose all things electric within your home. This including lights, electronics, and let us not forget the heat. A good way to avoid sitting in the dark and the cold when and if your power goes out this winter is a whole house generator.
A whole house generator, or a standby generator, is a machine that is permanently installed on a concrete pad and will automatically kick on, whether you are home or not, to keep your power in your home going. How this works is standby generators have an automatic transfer switch that can detect when the power grid goes down. Once the switch flips on and starts the generator, power is then transferred from the electrical grid to your home’s electrical panel. This also works in the same fashion when power is restored to the electrical grid; the transfer switch will detect it and transfer power from your home’s panel back to the grid. These generators can provide your home with days’ worth of power, but after having them running for up to 48 hours, it is recommended that you have someone come out to service them. You also don’t have to worry about extension cords and running them through cracked windows or doors with standby generators either. With these generators, they run off of your home’s natural gas, liquid propane, or diesel. Most generators are powered by natural gas that is kept in the heart of generator in what is known as an internal combustion engine. If natural gas is not an option for you or your home, then liquid propane or diesel that’s located near you in a large tank will also work.
A simple 7kw generator will consume anywhere between 140 cubic feet of natural gas which equals out to be roughly $2.23 per hour, so the higher the kilowatt you get, expect that dollar amount to keep going up as well. The wattage size and the dollar amount isn’t the only thing that will keep growing either. With a 7kw generator, you’re looking at a generator size that’s comparable to a trash can. If you go with a generator ranging in size from 20kw to 48kw, expect it to roughly be the size of a two yard dumpster.
Don’t let the cost of a whole house generator scare you out of buying one, because you should take into consideration of everything that will be getting powered in your house. Something else to take into consideration is what would happen if the power was to go out and you don’t have a generator? Did you know that just by your refrigerator/freezer not working/running properly, you could lose anywhere between $250-$500 in wasted and spoiled goods? I’m not sure about you, but that’s a lot of wasted food and money! Also, in the drastic case that your power is out for longer than a day or two, you would probably need to seek alternative shelter. Most people do have relatives and/or friends to turn to, but if you don’t you might be out S75-$150 for said alternative shelter such as a hotel room.
If whole house generators sound like something that might be good for you to purchase for your own home, you can call either one of our two locations:
our main office in Prestonsburg, KY (606) 949-1114
our secondary location in Lexington, KY (859) 280-9025.
Today, I wanted to talk to you a little about heat pumps and their advantages. What are heat pumps exactly? A heat pump is an energy efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners. Heat pumps use electricity to take the heat from a cool area and move it into a warm area, effectively cooling said warm area; this also works vice versa. There are three (3) different types of heat pumps:
If you were ever considering a new heat pump or a new system entirely, I hope this segment on heat pumps and all the different types you can possibly get, has helped make your decision a little easier on you. If it hasn’t, then no worries! We have two offices available to answer any questions you may have. Our main office is located in Prestonsburg, KY serving all of Eastern KY and another one in Lexington, KY to help better serve the central KY area. You can stop in at any one of these offices or feel free to call us if coming in person is just not an option!
Our Prestonsburg office is located at 3757 US HWY 21 S, Prestonsburg KY 41653. (606) 949-1114
Our Lexington office is located at 1066 E New Circle Road, Lexington KY 40505. (859) 280-9025