Justice Incorporated Blog : Archive for December, 2016

Some Heat Pump Behavior You Might See in Winter

Monday, December 26th, 2016

If this is the first winter that you’ve had a heat pump, either because you had one installed during the earlier parts of the year, or you’ve moved into a house that has a heat pump in place, then you might be surprised at how it operates in winter. In fact, you might think that the heat pump is malfunctioning and needs to have professional repairs.

However, some of this behavior is perfectly normal for a heat pump. It’s just that you aren’t used to it and the signs can seem alarming. There are two in particular that we’d like to draw your attention to… (more…)

Stop Winter Illnesses in Your Home with a UV Air Purifier

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Winter is often a joyful and even relaxing time of the year. But it’s also one of the prime seasons when it comes to people catching flus and colds that can make days and weeks into misery. There aren’t many ways to defend yourself from catching one of these winter illnesses aside from staying away from other people as much as you can… and you don’t want to do that!

But there is a method to make your home a healthier place over the winter—and the months after—by making it place that isn’t healthy for germs and microbes and other organic pests.

What’s this secret method? It isn’t a secret, it’s just calling us to install a UV air purifier into your HVAC system. (more…)

What Those Sounds from Your Furnace May Mean

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Furnaces run much quieter now than they did 20 years ago, but they will never be able to run completely silently. However, there’s an advantage to this: when your furnace starts making a noise that you don’t expect, you can tell that something may be wrong with it. These strange sounds are one of the ways that a furnace signals that it needs attention and possibly repairs. (more…)

News about Our New Insurance and Warranty Program

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Justice Air Conditioning & Heating is also an insurance and warranty contractor, which means that we work with the insurance companies on clients’ claims that are appointed to us. We can work directly with you and separately from the insurance companies—basically, our program is an alternative to insurance companies. This has a number of excellent benefits that we’d like to share with you: (more…)