Spring and Summer Energy Saving Tips

Did you know that heating and cooling a home accounts for almost half of a home’s energy use? Climate control is an essential part of New England homes, as this area is known for its changeable weather patterns. Since we can’t control the whims of Mother Nature, we must control what we can – how … Read more

Thinking About Replacing your Heating or Cooling System?

Has it been a long winter for you with a heating system that isn’t warming your home evenly and consistently? Or are you already planning ahead for the summer and thinking about how hot and humid your home gets?  In either case you may be planning to replace your aging heating and cooling system with … Read more

The Annual Service Check: What it Includes and How it Benefits

Can you feel it? Spring is right around the corner. The weather is slowly improving and the temperature is rising. Just think, a few weeks from now you might even be thinking about outdoor activities, longer daylight hours and, eventually, that first time you turn on your air conditioning system! Here at Morris Heating & … Read more

To Duct or Not to Duct?

While deciding whether to add a traditional air conditioning or a ductless air system may not be in the realm of questions that Shakespeare would ask, the question of whether “To Duct or Not to Duct,” is still commonly asked in our line of work. Last week we discussed the advantages of ductless heating and air … Read more

Heat Pumps 101, How Do Heat Pumps Work?

When it comes to heating and cooling your home or place of business there are many options out there that can get somewhat confusing if you are not familiar with the technology. We are often asked about the growing popularity of heat pumps, their advantages, and how heat pumps work in a variety of situations. … Read more

Heating Assistance this Winter

The temperature has dropped and the winter weather has certainly taken hold of our region. At Morris Heating & Air Conditioning we know that New Englanders are a hardy bunch who can handle all that Mother Nature can throw at us, but even the toughest are not immune to freezing weather. The New York Times, … Read more

Challenges of an Older Home

Many eager, young home buyers are moving away from new construction homes in search of something with great character and charm – an older home. Older homes in established neighborhoods have options such as unique architecture, larger lots, and high grade building products that are sometimes lacking in newer construction. Therefore, older homes have the … Read more

Advantages of a Ductless System

We are often asked by our customers about the advantages of a ductless system for heating and air conditioning for their home or business. Since its introduction in the Asian market in the 1970s, ductless systems have come a long way, not only by being more energy and cost efficient but also, in aesthetics and … Read more

Why You Should Service Your Heating System Regularly

Being a homeowner means keeping track of all the things that keep your home running like appliances, heating, air conditioning, water, plumbing and electricity. It can be exhausting and sometimes tempting to take a break from it all. One area that you should be sure to keep in proper working order, that we care so … Read more

New Year’s Energy Resolutions

  Feel like you are paying too much for your utility bills? Well, you aren’t alone. According to Energy Resolutions online, approximately 90% of consumers feel like they are paying too much due to factors like inefficient equipment, energy leaks or poor energy usage. Start off this year with a few suggestions from our experts … Read more