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How to Keep Your Home Warm During Frigid Temperatures


February 3, 2023

Brookline, NH Homeowner Tries to Plan Ahead When the temperatures in New England drop below freezing, you may find that your home’s heating system is struggling to maintain the set temperature. This isn’t unusual during the most severe weather. When there is below freezing temperatures in the forecast, consider increasing the temperature of your thermostat … Continued


How to Keep Your Furnace Vents Clear of Snow

January 9, 2023

Milford, NH Homeowner Plans Ahead Snow and debris can build up outside of your home, blocking the furnace vents that lead outside.  Snow or ice impeding the airflow outdoors can cause the entire furnace to malfunction.  Most newer furnaces will automatically shut off if the airflow is restricted, preventing serious damage to the HVAC system.  … Continued


What to Do When Your Heating System is Making Excess Noise

December 12, 2022

Hollis, NH Homeowner Has Concerns While it may be normal for your heating system to make some sounds when it turns on, excess noise or a sudden new sound may be indicative of a problem. A banging or whistling noise coming from the furnace is out of the norm and should be addressed by an … Continued


What is the Ideal Temperature for a Hot Water Heater?

November 10, 2022

Amherst, NH Homeowner Looks for Answers The recommended temperature setting for a hot water heater is 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The most common setting on a hot water heater is 140 degrees, but this higher temperature can result in scalding if you are not careful, particularly in homes with young children. Any temperature setting below 120 … Continued


What are Some Ways to Reduce Your Home Heating Bill in the Winter?

October 11, 2022

Hollis, NH Homeowner Looks for Tips The cost to heat a home this winter is up and expected to rise even more. There is no better time to winterize your home, sealing and caulking drafty windows and doors. Replacing the air filter on your HVAC system and having a preventative maintenance and professional cleaning will … Continued


What to Do If You Smell Gas in Your Home?

September 6, 2022

Merrimack, NH Resident Learns the Answer If you smell the odor of rotten eggs that is indicative of a natural gas or propane leak in your home, you should immediately open all windows and doors. This will help to dissipate some of the gas that is collecting in the home. You should then exit the … Continued


What to Do If Your AC Unit is Blowing Hot Air

August 4, 2022


Manchester, NH Homeowner Looks for Help 
 The simplest thing to check when your air conditioning unit is blowing hot air is the thermostat. Confirm that this is set to cool and that the AUTO is not on. This setting ensures that the fan only blows to circulate cool air through the home. If the … Continued


What is the Best Way to Shut Off Heating or Cooling to One Room?

July 11, 2022

Mont Vernon Homeowner Has Questions It can be tempting to seal off unused rooms to save on heating or cooling costs. However, closing vents and sealing off a room can cause your HVAC unit to work harder. Closing off vents increases the pressure in your home’s duct system. Doing this for a short time will … Continued


How to Improve the Efficiency of Your HVAC Unit

June 7, 2022

Merrimack, NH Homeowner Seeks Advice An inefficient air conditioning system can wind up costing you in utility bills, as it drains additional power to cool the home. Consistently higher than normal utility bills may indicate that there is a problem. Your home’s HVAC unit is struggling to maintain a consistent temperature. One reason for this … Continued


How is an HVAC Unit’s Efficiency Measured?

May 12, 2022

Hudson, NH Homeowner Looks for Advice The most common energy efficiency measurement for your air conditioning system is SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). This number is determined by dividing the cooling output, measured in BTUs, by electricity usage, measured in kilowatt-hours. The higher the SEER rating, the more energy efficient the cooling unit. HPSF, Heating … Continued


How Long Do HVAC Systems Last?

April 7, 2022

Brookline, NH Homeowner Has Concerns Most HVAC systems last from 15 to 25 years, depending on the climate and wear and tear on the system. In New England, heating and air conditioning may not be needed in early fall and late springtime. Despite this longevity, parts or components may have to be replaced to keep … Continued


How Often to Change Your HVAC Filter

March 8, 2022

Hollis, NH Homeowner Asks for Advice Most air filters in an HVAC system need to be changed every three months. Higher-end pleated filters can last as long as six months. Homes with pets may need to have their filter changed more frequently. Dirty air filters can affect the indoor air quality of the home, as … Continued


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Testimonials & Reviews

We had central air conditioning installed last year by Joyce and were very satisfied with the job. Today, John N. serviced the unit and all of the components and he was incredibly thorough and professional. He explained exactly what was serviced and what to avoid (greenery around the outdoor unit). I highly recommend Joyce Cooling & Heating!

Cristina A.

Cristina A.

Jarod was my technician on March 20th. He was professional and courteous as he completed a servicing on my Heathing Unit. He explained what he was cleaning out and system runs great again.

Matt O.

Matt O.

Mitchell P. came to our house today for an issue with our AC. He was great explaining what the problem is and how they were going to take care of it going forward. He was very pleasant and nice to work with, just like everyone at Joyce Cooling and Heating that has been here.

Cindy A.

Cindy A.

Jim and team did a top notch job on our install. The team was professional, courteous and kept the work areas super clean. I was really impressed with the level of professionalism and the knowledge of the system that was installed. They answered all the questions we had! I also really appreciate how flexible they were with our 3 dogs, they did a great job ensuring materials /parts during install kept tidy to ensure the dogs didn't get into anything. Thanks for the great work!

Jill C.

Jill C.

The representative was friendly, professional, and transparent about the work being done. The issue was resolved. My expectations were satisfied.

Stephen T.

Stephen T.

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