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Ways to Raise the Humidity level in Your Home

Ways to Raise the Humidity level in Your Home Humidity:  Winter is here! The furnace is running keeping the home and family warm. And it’s drying up the air you breathe. As well as drying your skin and creating chapped lips. So, what do we do about it? Here are some tips on increasing the [...]

By | December 20th, 2016|Heating Season, Humidity|0 Comments

Thinking of a Hybrid Heat System?

Thinking of a Hybrid Heat System? Hybrid Heat:  How would you like to potentially decrease your heating bill every year by 50 percent? While being environmentally friendly. When you want to try to save money with a traditional heating and cooling system, you simply just had to use less. But with a Hybrid Heat System [...]

By | December 7th, 2016|Heating Season|0 Comments

Tips to Hiring the Right Heating and Cooling Contractor

Tips to Hiring the Right Heating and Cooling Contractor Tips to Hiring the Right Heating and Cooling Contractor and Ways to be Prepared When Talking to Them Find out about licensed and insured contractors in your state. Before calling a contractor always know the model of your heating and cooling system, and have your maintenance [...]

By | November 28th, 2016|Air Conditioning, Heating Season|0 Comments

Signs it is Time to Upgrade Your Heating Unit

Signs it is Time to Upgrade Your Heating Unit Well besides the obvious, there are several signs your heater and furnace is telling you, help replace your heating unit! With the winter weather, fast approaching, you should keep an eye out for sign’s that it is time to upgrade your heater or furnace. Let’s talk [...]

By | November 22nd, 2016|Heating Season|0 Comments

Cold Weather Means, Chili…Hot Cocoa…Sweaters and Furnace Tune-Up

Cold Weather Means, Chili...Hot Cocoa...Sweaters and Furnace Tune-Up Are you starting to feel the chill in the air and your think you need a furnace tune-up? Are you digging out your sweaters and sweatshirts to keep yourself warm? If so, then you know it is time for your Furnace Tune-Up for Winter. Whether you had [...]

By | November 14th, 2016|Heating Season|0 Comments

Why is my furnace ….?

Why is my furnace ….? People have lots of questions about their furnace. Here are a few answers to the most common questions: Why is my furnace leaking water?  There are a few reasons that this could be happening.  If you have a high-efficiency furnace, the most common reason is a condensation leak.  The condensation [...]

By | November 7th, 2016|Heating Season|0 Comments

Is Your Furnace or HVAC System Ready?

Is Your Furnace or HVAC System Ready? Winter is Right Around the Corner St. Louis, MO: (RhymesHeating.com) - Although temperatures lately haven’t reflected it, Winter is right around the corner, so is your HVAC System ready?  Now is the time to take advantage of the extended warmer weather and make sure that you and your [...]

By | November 2nd, 2016|Heating Season, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Welcome to Rhymes Heating and Cooling Revised Blog

Welcome to our new blog.  It is a new addition to our website to enhance our communications with prospective as well as existing customers.  As a top-rated service provider our primary objective is high customer ratings and satisfaction. We will try to keep this exciting, interesting, educational and informative.  If not please let us know [...]

By | July 24th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Our Kids Air Quality makes a Big difference!

We all love our kids.  When it comes to some of the places we send them there is no doubt we can only protect them from some of the things they encounter.  The EPA tells us indoor air is often 5 times more polluted than outdoor air.  This means that the children's time at school, [...]

By | October 22nd, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

3 Keys to Indoor Comfort

When it comes to your home's comfort we take care of every breath you take.  3 keys to the perfect degree of comfort are... Temperature: Here in the St. Louis region of the Midwest we know all about the need to control temperature.  In the Winter it is literally a matter of life and death.  [...]