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Heating and Cooling FAQs Archive

Check Your A/C Before You Wreck Your A/C: Preparing for the First Hot Day of the Indianapolis Summer

By: Brian Schutt  |  May 10, 2011

The Homesense Thermostat on PaulPoteet.com shows that it’s 61 here at 9am, but it’ll reach a high of 81 today and 85 tomorrow.  If you haven’t yet used your air conditioner this year, you’re about to – and the last thing you want to be is one of the thousands of Indianapolis area homeowners that’ll...
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Indianapolis, Spring HVAC Maintenance is Here!

By: Brian Schutt  |  March 20, 2011

We know to get our cars tuned-up, go to our doctor for a physical, so we should also put getting our HVAC system maintained every spring and fall. Homesense provides high quality air conditioning maintenance this spring, for the best prices in Indianapolis.

Tips to Get the Best Air Conditioning Service in Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Westfield, and Zionsville

By: Brian Schutt  |  March 8, 2011

And, I’m not going to just say call Homesense Heating | Cooling.  (Though, that’s not a bad answer.) As we’ve discussed before, Homesense is not big enough to service every customer in the Indianapolis area who needs their air conditioner looked at – but we can help every Indianapolis homeowner become a smarter consumer.  So,...
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Indianapolis HVAC – Furnace Maintenance

By: Brian Schutt  |  February 8, 2011

Indianapolis HVAC Tips We get a good number of avoidable calls from our Indianapolis HVAC customers.  It seems no matter how many times we talk to our customers about basic furnace maintenance tips, they forget to practice the basics that can save frustrations and money.  The biggest and perhaps highest impact activity you can build...
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HVAC and Furnace Specials Ongoing in Indianapolis area

By: Brian Schutt  |  January 27, 2011

It's cold in Indianapolis, and we have furnace and HVAC specials to hopefully make the cold days a little warmer. Check out these two hvac specials currently offered by Homesense Heating | Cooling.


By: Brian Schutt  |  January 7, 2011

If you’re anything like I was 18 months ago, you have no clue about your hvac system apart from your thermostat.  I’ve learned a few things in the process of Homesense becoming the best heating and air conditioning company in Indianapolis 🙂 and I’d like to share one insight with you today — Don’t cover...
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Money Savings Tips for Indianapolis (Part 2)

By: Brian Schutt  |  December 8, 2010

Yesterday we looked at a few areas that can help save money heating your home in the Indianapolis area this winter.  Today we’ll continue that theme by talking about how to better use the heat you have, and using technology to add efficiency.  There’s no silver bullet out there, but if you combine these ideas...
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Money Savings Tips for Indianapolis this Winter

By: Brian Schutt  |  December 7, 2010

In case the last few days weren’t a clear message, it’s winter in Indianapolis.  I love this city, don’t get me wrong.  But central Indiana is not blessed with a climate that eases in, it comes like a swift smack to the face.  Coupled with the Colts injuries, this could end up being a long,...
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Should I Turn Off Air Conditioner When Not Home?

By: Brian Schutt  |  June 7, 2010
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Since the invention of air conditioning this question’s been around. What will save me more, to leave my air conditioning on when I’m away, turn up the thermostat, or turn off air conditioner completely? A conundrum indeed.  And, one you’ve likely heard different people give different answers to.  Here are some of the variables and...
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What Is a Heat Pump Exactly?

By: Brian Schutt  |  May 28, 2010

If you’re a homeowner and you’re anything like me, you have no clue what a heat pump is.  You might think something called a heat pump solely pumps heat.  If you think that, you’d be wrong.  Homesense’s Operations Manager, Jesse Cross, explains: A Heat Pump looks exactly like an outdoor A/C condenser. The difference is...
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