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Six more weeks of winter!

02/06/2017

The ground hog saw his shadow so 6 more weeks of winter!  Let the countdown begin for spring!  Though it may not seem like it now but spring time is on its way to Michigan.  Here are a few tips to prepare for spring and summer. Replace your filters. The first step in preparing for […]

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5 Ways you can Prepare your Home for the Upcoming Winter Weather

10/17/2016

Inspect Your Windows and Doors The seals along your windows and doors can be one of the biggest cold air leaks in your home. It is a great idea to inspect your seals to make sure your sealant is good and sound. If you detect a cold air leak, pick up some window and trim […]

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Summer Energy Saving Tips

07/21/2016

Keep your thermostat set at 78-80 degrees Fahrenheit when the building is occupied and 85 degree Fahrenheit when it is not. Inspect and repair worn or cracked caulking and weather stripping on all doors, windows and any areas were leakage could occur. Install a programmable thermostat to control your HVAC system more efficiently. Install and/or […]

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Michigan Weather

03/02/2016

Michigan weather is unpredictable. We can have a foot of snow one day and two days later it is 66 degrees and no snow in sight. Whatever your heating and cooling needs are H. A. Sun Heating is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We do recommend to our customers […]

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Beware of Deadly Carbon Monoxide

11/20/2015

Carbon monoxide kills 500 Americans every year; is your family safe from this deadly gas? Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, and toxic gas. When inhaled, it replaces the oxygen in your body and accumulates rapidly in blood. Because it is impossible to see, taste, or smell the toxic fumes, CO can kill you […]

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Preparing Your Home for Cold Weather

11/10/2015

1. Check to see if you have adequate insulation in the attic. Hot air rises therefore you could be losing heat out the roof. 2. Insulate pipes that are exposed to the cold as in crawl spaces and water spigots coming into the home. 3. Caulk around windows to eliminate cold drafts. 4. Add weather […]

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Farmer Almanac 2016 Winter Outlook

09/09/2015

According to the Farmers’ Almanac the winter of 2015-16 is looking like a repeat of this past winter. With that being said and kids are back in the classrooms, it is time to focus on getting ready for the winter. Make sure your furnace is running properly. Changing the filter(s) on a regular basis is […]

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Did you know…

08/21/2015

• You can save at least $2 a month on your utility bill by lowering your water heater temperature from about 140° to 120°. 120° is the recommended temperature setting from the U.S. Department of Energy. • As your garden starts to grow, remember to keep all vegetation at least 2 feet away from your […]

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Sun Heating Cares

08/06/2015

On Saturday, July 18th a call came into Sun Heating due to an air conditioner that stopped working at an elderly couple’s apartment. They had placed a call to the emergency number of their rental management but was told they would not send anyone out until the temperature registered 90 degrees.  It was 88 degrees […]

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10 Indoor Plants for Clean Air

09/29/2014

Projects like installing new carpet and painting walls can release chemicals that pollute indoor air. Luckily, some houseplants moonlight as efficient purifiers. For the best results, put as many plants as you can care for in the rooms you use most, says environmental scientist Dr. Bill Wolverton. That means you’ll want at least two plants […]

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5 Ways to Be More Comfortable This Fall and Winter

09/29/2014

1. Seal potential heat leaks The precious heat you want to keep in your home will seek out any spot where it can escape to the outdoors. To prevent this, caulk your windows and place weather stripping around your outside doors. Make sure you have quality insulation in your attic, since this is a prime […]

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Is It Time to Retire Your Air Conditioning System?

04/10/2014

No one likes the thought of replacing their air conditioning system, but sooner or later it becomes necessary. Air conditioning is an important part of your home, and if your existing system doesn’t function the way it should, you may want to consider a new system before the heat and humidity of summer kick in. […]

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What Causes Cracks in a Heat Exchanger?

10/04/2013

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Furnaces are designed so that the heat – and the combustion byproduct produced inside – doesn’t interact directly with the outside air. This design is to ensure you have a safer furnace that won’t inadvertently affect your family’s health. The metal piece that separates the furnace heat […]

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Farmer’s Almanac 2014 US Winter Outlook

10/04/2013

Fall is upon us and old man winter will be knocking on our doors soon.  No better time now to get your furnace checked out and running in good condition for this winter.  The Farmer’s Almanac 2014 US Winter Outlook has been announced and for the Great Lakes Region it will be “biting cold and […]

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Before calling for service

07/04/2013

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Check your circuit breaker to make sure it did not trip and replace any blown fuses.  If that is not the case make sure your thermostat switch is in the on position.  Set it a few degrees below room temperature to see if your air conditioning unit […]

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New, cheaper global positioning systems enable hvacr contractors to save time, money, and fuel.

06/14/2012

By Peter Strozniak Installing a global positioning system (GPS) in every company truck is one of the best decisions he ever made for his company, says Henry Abrams, secretary and treasurer of H.A. Sun Heating and Cooling Inc. of Bloomfield, Mich. “GPS has given us a much more cost-effective and efficient way of running our […]

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Sun Heating and Cooling Expands The Federal Cash for Clunkers Program To Save Consumers Even More Money

06/14/2012

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ — Sun Heating and Cooling announced today the launch of a combined federal and commercial rebate program that is designed to generate up to $3900 in cash rebates and tax credits toward the purchase of a new energy-efficient heating or cooling system. The “Cash for Clunkers Program” automatically rebates […]

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Bloomfield Hills business owner gives employees incentive to lose weight

06/14/2012

H.A. Sun Heating & Cooling employees Charolette Salo and Jeff Klueger are pictured after their company-wide “Biggest Loser” weigh-in. When Oklahoma City was named one of the fattest cities in America, Mayor Mick Cornett challenged residents to lose weight as a city — and, as a result, they lost a combined one million pounds.

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Sun Heating on NBC

06/14/2012

NBC story of Sun Heatings Biggest Loser Contest

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Sun Heating hosts contest based on ‘Biggest Loser’

06/14/2012

Henry Abrams, owner of H.A. Sun Heating & Cooling in Bloomfield Hills, hosted an eight-week contest within his company based on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser.” The contest just ended at the beginning of this month. Employee Jeff Klueger won, losing 12.7 percent of his body weight during the eight weeks. Hugh Monteath was second place, […]

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Heat wave blasts Oakland County

06/14/2012

By KAREN WORKMAN and CAROL HOPKINS Of The Oakland Press An “excessive heat warning” will remain in effect until 10 p.m. Thursday as the heat index rises to make it feel like 105 degrees outside.

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Cooling Biz Thrives In Heavy Heat

06/14/2012

BLOOMFIELD HILLS (WWJ) – One hundred calls a day – that’s how many are coming into the offices of Sun Heating and Cooling in Bloomfield Hills as a week-long heat wave hovers over Metro Detroit.

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