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What are the Recommendations for Planting Around Your Outdoor AC Unit?

March 6, 2020

Amherst, NH Homeowner Seeks Advice Adding some landscaping around your home’s outdoor AC unit can make the entire area much more attractive. It is important to keep in mind that you need to leave a clearance of two to three feet around the unit on all sides. To minimize the amount of debris clean-up around … Continued


What are the Different Kinds of Furnaces?

February 7, 2020

Windham, NH Resident Has Questions There are four main types of furnaces: natural gas, oil, electric and propane. The most fuel efficient and most popular is natural gas, with up to 98% efficiency for newer systems. Oil furnaces are slightly less efficient, but still outpaces electric. Since the cost of electricity is significantly higher than … Continued


Tips for Reducing Your Home’s Heating Bill During the Winter Months

January 2, 2020

Hudson, NH Homeowner Seeks Suggestions Exterior windows and doors can be a common area for drafts in the home. Installing weatherstripping around the door frame or window can make a big difference. Placing a door sweep at the bottom of exterior doors can help to minimize heat loss. If there are any leaks in the … Continued


The Dangers of Using an Oven to Heat Your Home

December 2, 2019

Tyngsboro, MA Homeowner Learns the Risks It can be tempting during the winter months to heat your home using an oven, but also risky. The number one danger for heating a home this way is carbon monoxide poisoning. With gas ovens, using the appliance for improper purposes such as heating a home can release this … Continued


How to Prevent Animals from Wintering in Your Outdoor HVAC Condenser

November 4, 2019

Homeowner in Brookline, NH Seeks Suggestions An outdoor HVAC condenser is a prime location for small animals, including mice, chipmunks and squirrels, to make a home for the winter. This can cause a lot of damage from chewing parts of the unit, bringing in debris, and the corrosive urine and feces from these animals. Keeping … Continued


How to Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Winter

October 11, 2019

Tyngsboro, MA Homeowner Looks for Suggestions To turn off your central air conditioning unit for the winter, you will need to locate the outdoor power switch that controls the unit. This is typically mounted on an exterior wall of the home near the condensing unit. This is also a great time to clear the area … Continued


How to Correct Temperature Variations

September 9, 2019

Tyngsboro Homeowner Looks for Help There are a number of factors that could cause temperature variations from room to room in a home. This can be caused by poor insulation letting the outdoor air in, sunlight (or lack of), and inefficiency in the HVAC’s duct line to cool or heat those rooms that are the … Continued


What are the Best HVAC Projects for Your Home’s Resale Value? Milford Homeowner Asks

May 22, 2019

Upgrades and enhanced features on your HVAC system can increase the home’s resale value.  From a new heating and air conditioning unit to multi-zones and programmable thermostats, whether you are thinking about selling your home now or just doing some upgrades these are all a great investment. A Milford, NH homeowner was considering putting his … Continued


When Should Preventative Maintenance on HVAC System Be Scheduled?

April 15, 2019

It is critical to schedule preventative maintenance on your heating unit in the fall before the temperatures drop and in the spring for the cooling unit, as the weather warms.  A Hollis homeowner recently contacted us concerned that she was too late in the season for scheduling her heating system’s preventative maintenance appointment.  Temperature Changes … Continued


What to Expect on a Service Call for Your Central AC Unit

April 15, 2019

During a routine service call, a technician will check the air conditioning unit’s indoor filter and refrigerant levels.  The unit will then be cleaned and inspected for any potential problems.  Your central air conditioning unit should be serviced annually to prevent any problems from occurring and to keep the system running at maximum efficiency all … Continued


What Can I Expect from a Central AC installation?

April 15, 2019

To install a central air conditioning system in a home that has never had central air will require ducts to be installed in the attic and / or basement, running between-floor connections through closets.  Installing a central air conditioning unit can be a costly undertaking, running between $5,000 and $10,000.  However, this project can add … Continued


How Does Opening the Window Affect a Home’s HVAC System?

April 15, 2019

Goffstown, NH Homeowner Asks Opening a window when your home’s air conditioning or heat is running forces the HVAC system to work harder to heat or cool the area.  The air escaping through the window throws off the balance of the room and your unit works to try to accommodate for this.  A better option … Continued


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Testimonials & Reviews

Joyce Heating and Cooling removed and installed a baseboard heater in our bathroom that is being renovated. Their work was professional and very neat. Any questions that we had were answered thoroughly and pleasantly. They went out of their way to be sure we were happy with their work, and we certainly are. We use Joyce Cooling and Heating for all our heating needs and have always been very satisfied.

Christine L.

Christine L.

Great installation; a professional, on-time, and hardworking team. The crew was top-notch. What I really appreciated was how well they cleaned up after each day of the installation, ensuring our house was back to order every evening. Well done – thank you.

Susan H.

Susan H.

The techs worked all day at our home, did an excellent job, were very neat and respectful. I am happy we chose Joyce Cooling & Heating to install our new furnace and a/c. They also always answer the phone whenever we had any questions.

Sue S.

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