1. 4 Horrifying Halloween HVAC Stories

    Happy Halloween from the Howell HVAC professionals! In this blog, we’re going to share some of the scariest stories from our HVAC adventures. Not all calls are quick fixes—in fact, some HVAC problems will send shivers down your spine and leave you screaming in terror. Experience the horror of HVAC with these short stories! Nightmare on HVAC Street We knew you shouldn’t have watched the myste…Read More

  2. Preparing Your Home For Winter, Part 2

    In our previous blog post, the Howell HVAC professionals at Pyro Heating & Cooling gave you a few ways to prepare your home for winter. We’ll continue on that topic today, with even more ways to get your home ready for the chilly weather ahead! Have your roof inspected. Howell can have some brutal, wet winters—and if your roof isn’t ready for it, you could end up with some brutal, wet pr…Read More

  3. Preparing Your Home For Winter

    Labor Day has passed. That’s right, dads—it’s time to put away the grill and the cargo shorts and the white shoes and prepare for the colder months ahead. You might be ready for things to cool off, but is your home ready? If you forget to give your home some TLC in the fall, it won’t be ready for the winter—and that make you (and your bank account) uncomfortable. In this blog, the Howell…Read More

  4. Biting The Dust in Your Home

    If you’re a neat freak or an allergy sufferer, you might be alarmed by marketing industry “statistics” like “your mattress will double in weight because of dead skin flakes” or “80 percent of all dust in your home is dead skin.” These claims are false, but they’re excellent for selling mattresses and expensive vacuums. So what really makes up all of that dust in your home, and how …Read More

  5. Removing Dust from Your Home

    What is dust? That’s a darn good question, and it depends on where you live and what’s in your home. Skin cells, animal dander, bits of soil, dust mites, dust mite poop, decomposing insects, chunks of your cottage cheese ceiling, paint flakes, fabric fibers—and many more pint-sized particles—make up the dust that’s in your home, which can potentially causing allergies, breathing issues, …Read More

  6. Keeping Your Allergies Under Control

    Do your seasonal allergies seem less seasonal and more year-round? Do you feel like you’re allergic to everything? Did you forget the last time you actually smelled something? If you answered yes to any of these questions, there’s a very good chance that pollen, dust, and other allergens have become unwelcome guests in your home. In this blog, the Howell HVAC team at Pyro Heating and Cooling w…Read More

  7. Preparing Your Home for Summer

    Pyro Heating & Cooling has finished yet another year of furnace installations and repairs in order for Howell residents to get through the ice-cold Michigan winters. But the cold winter months have come and gone, and summer is right around the corner. In this blog, we’ll discuss a few ways you can prepare your home for the impending Michigan heat, and keep your home as comfortable as possibl…Read More

  8. Common Causes of Power Outages

    You’re sitting on your couch with your significant other, catching up on the most recent season of Game of Thrones. You’ve been waiting to watch these critical episodes for months, and it’s finally time to settle in for a ten-episode binging of everything dragons, demons, whitewalkers, witches, and good-old-fashioned sword battles between some angry dudes with strong family pride. Finally, y…Read More

  9. Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Furnace

    As Howell’s furnace installation experts, Pyro Heating & Cooling understands that all furnaces will eventually meet their end. There comes a time in every home’s life where the furnace isn’t running as well as it used to—and a change of the guard must be made. Here are a few signs that it’s time to pass down the proverbial furnace flame to a newer, more efficient furnace model. Your …Read More

  10. Ways to Keep Your House Warm in Winter

    Winter is an expensive time for the homeowner, thermostat temperatures rise and heating becomes an important part of the daily routine. This is a good time to learn that your heating unit is still working full force, but that is not always the case. An outdated furnace or boiler is going to add to the cold of the winter. Checking your units before the cold hits will help make certain that your hom…Read More