General HVAC Articles

Listen to Your HVAC System

September 12, 2022
Blog Title : Listen to Your HVAC System Photo: Technician checking the HVAC vents

The experts at Kapala Heating & Air Conditioning can decipher the noise and get your system back on track. They have the knowledge and experience it takes to keep your HVAC equipment running at peak efficiency and delivering the comfort you expect in your Imlay City home. 

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Video – How Can I Make My Home More Comfortable?

April 27, 2022
Video - How Can I Make My Home More Comfortable?

Is your home always uncomfortable either upstairs and down? You should consider zoning your home!

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Outstanding HVAC Service

April 8, 2022

Over the top in all categories outstanding workmanship! -Bob & Marianne Wilson

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What You Need to Know for an HVAC Emergency

March 4, 2022
We want you to be well informed on recognizing HVAC emergencies and well armed if you have one.

Most of us rely on our heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems on a nearly daily basis in The Greater Lapeer Area. We just take it for granted it will always be working when we need it. 

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Video – Have Your Utility Bills Jumped?

January 31, 2022
Have your utility bills suddenly jumped?

Have your utility bills suddenly jumped? It could be your heating and cooling system.

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Video – No-touch Appointments and Other Safety Measures

July 30, 2020
Technician practicing health and safety measures during no-touch appointments and other service calls.

To help slow the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses, Kapala Heating & Air Conditioning has put into place measures that help keep contact at a minimum and sanitation as a top priority.

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Why is My Thermostat Blank?

October 25, 2019
Home's thermostat on wall broken and blank

It’s an “Oh no!” moment when you approach your home’s thermostat and see its screen is blank. Is it serious? Does it mean your furnace, heat pump, or air conditioning is broken? Not necessarily. In fact, most of the time, it’s something minor and can be easily fixed. Here are some of the most frequent…

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