American House Inc. Heating and Cooling Co.

American House Inc. Heating and Cooling Co. For more than 15 years American House Inc. has delivered, quality, HVAC services through out the Northern Virginia area. Contact us:(703) 991-3448
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The Meaning of HVAC.Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) is the technology of indoor and vehicular environm...
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The Meaning of HVAC.

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) is the technology of indoor and vehicular environmental comfort. Its goal is to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality.

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11/28/2017

Here's How To Save More In The Long-run...

You've probably heard it a million times before, but we're here to tell you again why keeping up with your HVAC system and regular HVAC maintenance is crucial.

Keeping up with your HVAC system can save you and your family from:
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11/26/2017

Winter Is Coming No!, Winter is here, call for HVAC Services to the AHI Co. 703-991-3448 and safe money $69.99 for Sevice

It's true. Winter is approaching faster than ever. There's a lot to prepare: holiday gifts, Thanksgiving dishes, party outfits, etc. With all this chaos, it's easy to forget perhaps the most important thing you need to prepare for the winter chill... your furnace. Make sure your furnace is prepared for winter with these tips:
◦Change your air filters! This will prolong the life of your HVAC and keep your air clean.
◦Inspect your chimney and carbon monoxide detectors. Keep yourself and your family safe all winter from critters, carbon buildup, or life-threatening air!
◦Test your ignitor switch or relight the pilot light on your machine. If this doesn't work, you need to reset the switch, try again, or get it repaired.
◦Clean your heat exchanger in order to eliminate the possibility of a lethal carbon monoxide leak.
◦ Use The AHI Co. to schedule a pro to prepare your furnace for you! Call 703-991-3448
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11/17/2017

Furnace Facts for a Freezing Fall.

Welcome to the AHI Co. HVAC newsletter! Your favorite source of all HVAC HOME needs! From inspiration for your next home project to tips & tricks every homeowner should know.
It's FINALLY getting chilly. We're here to keep you warm. Whether it's diagnosing a broken furnace or choosing a new means of heating your home, you can count on us to help through the process.

Nobody wants to deal with a broken furnace- especially when it starts getting cold. Let us make it easier on you.
How To Tell If Your Furnace is Broken.

Learning how to tell if your furnace is broken will help you move one step closer to figuring out what’s wrong with your heating system. In this post, we provide you with a list of signs that your furnace is broken and then we give you a recommendation for how to find a heater repair service in your local area.
The best way to find, hire and pay the service professional you need. You can call 703-991-3448 The AHI Co. Working 24/7 to help you out with your HVAC problem.

Continue reading to learn how to tell if your furnace is broken and needs repair. If none of these apply to your situation, you still should go ahead and contact 703-991-3448 The AHI Co. to diagnose your specific heating problem.

How to Tell If Your Furnace is Broken: 7 Signs
The below signs are the most common ways to tell if your furnace is broken.

Thermostat Is Not Working
A non-working thermostat is likely to be one of the earliest problems you’ll encounter if your furnace is broken. For instance, if you raise the temperature on the thermostat and there is no change in physical air temperature, your furnace is broken. In this case, you should The AHI Co. Calling 703-9913448 to get it fixed.

Bill is Unexpectedly High
If your bill balance is unusually high and there isn’t anything in particular that you remember happening to create a spike in your energy costs, this could be a sign that your furnace is broken. If your furnace isn’t working properly, it can run unnecessarily and consume too much energy.
If you haven’t already, check the details of your most recent energy bills and pinpoint the date of any drastic changes, and go from there.

Airflow is Weak
If the airflow in your house is weak, this could be another sign that your furnace is broken. Your vents should be noticeably blowing warm air out in a flow that can actually heat up your home quickly.
This could be an issue with the fans or belts and motors. Whatever the case may be, you need to hire The AHI Co. Call: 703-991-3448 to make sure the issue is properly diagnosed.

Cold Air Comes Out
If cold air is coming out of your vents while your thermostat is set to increase the temperature or keep your house warm, this spells trouble. This might be an issue with your pilot light or thermocouple.
Just a call to The AHI Co. To: 703-991-3448 will be able to best assess the situation.

Furnace Repeatedly Cycles
If your furnace continuously kicks on and off and it doesn’t seem like much else is happening, this is another way to tell that your furnace is broken. Thermostat problems and dirty filters are some of the possible issues here.
To be 100% certain what the problem is, you need to call: The AHI Co. 703-991-3448

You Smell Gas
If you smell gas, you could have a gas leak. This can be pretty dangerous, so make sure you shut off your furnace and hire The AHI Co. Call immediately to fix it, call: 703-991-3448
In the meantime, turn off the gas supply valve and avoid turning on any lights or lighting matches.

There’s Water Around Your Furnace
If you spot water pooling around your furnace, this means you have a water leak. It could also potentially be a gas leak, but it’s likely just water if you don’t smell gas.
Often, water leaks around a furnace are caused by a clogged line. Don’t tinker with it yourself, because you’ll need to call The AHI Co. Call: 703-991-3448 that has plumbing experience as well.

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11/11/2017

Electric Furnace vs. Gas Furnace for Homeowners

If you’re wondering if you should get an electric furnace versus a gas furnace, we’ll help guide you through the decision-making process so that you choose the option that is best for you
If you’re wondering if you should get an electric furnace versus a gas furnace, we’ll help guide you through the decision-making process so that you choose the option that is best for you.

Whether you’re a new homeowner or you’re considering switching to a heating method different from the one you’ve been using, this post will help you.

Continue reading to get the details on electric furnaces versus gas furnaces. We’ll outline the pros and cons of each, and we’ll also tell you the differences in cost between the two.
Electric Furnace Vs. Gas Furnace: Pros & Cons.

Electric Furnace Pros

• Doesn’t require any natural gas to heat your home
• Doesn’t require storage tank installation
• Lower initial installation cost
• Quicker installation
• Easier to maintain
• Longer lifespan: 15-18 years

Electric Furnace Cons
• Can increase your energy costs
• Doesn’t heat as efficiently as a gas furnace
• Isn’t as powerful as a gas furnace

Gas Furnace Pros
• Lower energy bills than an electric furnace
• Heats up the home more quickly than electric
• More powerful than an electric furnace
• More efficient in extremely cold temperatures

Gas Furnace Cons

• Requires fuel storage tank installation
• Takes longer to install than an electric furnace
• Requires closer monitoring due to risk of carbon monoxide emission
• Shorter lifespan: 10-20 years
• Need to purchase an indoor coil & carbon monoxide detectors

Electric Furnace Vs. Gas Furnace Cost
If you’re curious about the difference between the cost of an electric furnace versus a gas furnace, the answer might surprise you.
The initial cost of an electric furnace will be lower than installing a gas furnace.
After all, a gas furnace requires fuel storage tanks to hold the natural gas, propane or fuel oil. The type of gas used will depend on what can be used in your area based on availability and local infrastructure.

All of this makes the installation of a gas furnace vs. an electric furnace more complicated, and therefore more costly.
However, in the long-run, a gas furnace will not cost as much as an electric furnace. The operating costs will generally be lower. This is because the electric furnace will come with higher energy bills due to the electricity use of the furnace to generate heat.

Electric furnaces are generally known to be a bit less efficient than gas furnaces.
How to Get Electric or Gas Furnace Installation Near You
Are you ready to get expert advice on electric vs. gas furnace installation for your specific home?
Whether this post helped you make up your mind about which type of furnace you want, or you have a few unanswered questions, call The AHI Co. To hire an HVAC expert near you. Call 703-991-3448

The AHI Co. will allow you to hire a very good tech who can provide you with a free quote on furnace installation. Some other benefits of using The AHI Co. include the following:

• All HVAC pros are vetted
• Receive a 90-day guarantee on all HVAC work
• Communicate with your contractor via instant messaging
• Pay your contractor using credit or debit through our site

Call The AHI Co. 24/7 round year / 703-991-3448 / Email: [email protected]

10/29/2017

Here's How To Save More In The Long-run...

You've probably heard it a million times before, but we're here to tell you again why keeping up with your HVAC system and regular HVAC maintenance is crucial.

Keeping up with your HVAC system can save you and your family from:
Developing health issues
Emergency HVAC repairs
Missing out on the benefits of your warranty
Unnecessary stress

10/26/2017

Turning Up The Heat / 703-991-3448 * 24/7 HVAC services @ $65.00

The weather is cooling down quick, but don't jump the gun when it comes to turning on your furnace just yet. Here's why Inspecting your furnace before turning it on for the season is so important:
◦Annual inspections keep your furnace running smoothly and efficiently, saving you money and time.

◦A well-maintained furnace keeps your air clean, helping you and your family stay happy and healthy.

◦Inspecting your furnace annually—rather than every few years—can help stop a problem before it happens i.e. having your furnace stop working in the dead of winter.

◦A healthy furnace means proper and reliable heating, which cuts down on cost and stress.

◦Annual maintenance could save your home and your life from dangerous carbon monoxide leaks.

The good news? There is no need to stress. The AHI Co. Makes scheduling a furnace inspection quick and easy, just call the Number below to get started!

703-991-3448.

* Common HVAC problems and How to Prevent Them !!

If you’re experiencing an HVAC problem in your house, chances are that it’s one of the most common HVAC problems that homeowners encounter. These problems are easily preventable.

If your HVAC unit doesn’t seem to be working as effectively as it used to, it’s easy for your mind to jump to the worst case scenario and assume that you will need to replace your entire system. Thankfully, HVAC problems can often be fixed without needing to completely replace your unit.

The most surefire way to fix an HVAC problem–no matter how big or small–is to contact an HVAC professional.

However, you should learn about the most common HVAC problems you might run into and how to prevent them from happening in the first place. This will give you peace of mind for the future so that you can easily recognize what’s going on with your system.

Our list of common HVAC problems below should not be used as a professional diagnosis of your HVAC problems. In order to get a proper diagnosis of what is wrong with your heating, ventilation or air conditioning, use The AHI Co. Call right now to:

703-991-3448

Top 5 Most Common HVAC Problems

Filters are Clogged

One of the most common HVAC problems involves filters. If it has been a while since you checked the filters on your HVAC unit, a potential cause of your HVAC problem is that your filters are dirty.

Trapped dust, dirt and other debris will make your HVAC run less effectively if you let these particles build up. Read the manual for your unit to find out how often you need to replace the filters to keep it running optimally.

Electrical Components are Failing

If your HVAC isn’t starting up, this is likely an ignition problem. The pilot light, igniter or other electrical parts that your unit uses to function might be failing because they need to be replaced.

Although it’s one of the most common HVAC problems, the best way to diagnose this is to hire an HVAC contractor.

Thermostat Settings Need Adjustment

The issue with your HVAC system might not be much of an issue at all if it involves your thermostat. If your thermostat isn’t programmed correctly, the solution could be as easy as adjusting its settings.

Make sure that the system is set to the desired temperature and that the right controls are being used.

Unit Has Wear and Tear

Over time, your HVAC unit and its components will experience normal wear and tear. This means that you’ll need to replace some parts. In the worst case scenario, you’ll need to replace your entire unit.

Before you jump to conclusions, contact an HVAC contractor.

When there is wear and tear on an HVAC system, it’s often difficult for a homeowner to pinpoint exactly what is wrong and what needs replacing. A professional will save you time–and potentially money–by diagnosing your wear and tear problem.

Common HVAC Problems Solved Quickly

No matter what common HVAC problems you’ve encountered, it’s always a good idea to hire a professional. Unless you have extensive knowledge of HVAC systems, you might end up making an incorrect diagnosis or incorrectly repair your unit.

Put your mind at ease right now and use The AHI Co. to hire an HVAC professional to take care of it once and for all.

Call : 703-991-3448

Here's How To Save More In The Long-run...You've probably heard it a million times before, but we're here to tell you ag...
10/25/2017

Here's How To Save More In The Long-run...

You've probably heard it a million times before, but we're here to tell you again why keeping up with your HVAC system and regular HVAC maintenance is crucial.

Keeping up with your HVAC system can save you and your family from:
Developing health issues
Emergency HVAC repairs
Missing out on the benefits of your warranty
Unnecessary stress
Learn more about the benefits of keeping up with HVAC maintenance

Call Now to Schedule your next HEAT Service:

703-991-3448
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12/15/2016

For a good portion of the country, this has been an extremely long winter. Temperatures remain well below average all across the US and some places are still seeing snow. While it may seem like it will never end, it eventually will and you need to be prepared for the heat. Summers in our area incorporate all the elements of uncomfortable weather; humidity, high temperatures and poor air quality make some days almost unbearable. For most people, that means spending more times indoors with the A/C running and driving up energy cost. So, what can you do to keep your homes temperature and energy cost low? An attic fan from American House Inc. Services is a great place to start.

As we all know, heat rises and cold air tends to stay towards the surface. In a home, heat will rise to the highest point, which is the attic. With no ventilation and nowhere to go, it will collect and linger. Even a moderate 80 degree summer day can drive the temperature in your attic to upwards of 150 degrees. Having the equivalent of a giant oven on top of a home makes the A/C unit run continuously and ineffectively. An attic fan operating on a hot day can reduce the temperature in your attic by 50 degrees. With a cooler attic, you can bring the temperature down in living areas by 10 degrees. Here’s the run down on the benefits of an attic fan:

Comfort – Attic fans make living areas cool and enjoyable. Homes with attic fans can be up to 10 degrees cooler than homes without attic fans. This makes a big difference, especially since bedrooms are usually located directly beneath the attic.

Roof Life – An attic without a fan will collect moisture in the insulation which eventually becomes wood rotting mold. It does not need to be summer time for moisture to collect in your attic; activities that produce heat like showering and cooking can also cause moisture to collect in the attic. An attic fan prevents moisture from forming and prolongs the life of the homes roof

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833 Locust St
Herndon, VA
20170

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Monday 07:30 - 19:30
Tuesday 07:30 - 19:30
Wednesday 07:30 - 19:30
Thursday 07:30 - 19:30
Friday 07:30 - 19:30
Saturday 08:30 - 15:30

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As a home improvement contractor I reached out to American House Inc. and got better prices than I could get myself. Great work, great price, and professional courtesy. I'm hoping to have him join my team as I move forward.