B & B Heat and Air Inc.
64211 E. 290 Road
Grove, OK 74345

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 451616
Grove, OK 74345

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Tue. Apr. 06, 2021

How Do UV Light Indoor Air Quality Products Work?

Airborne particles are common in the outdoor air around Grove, but did you know that those same particles are found inside your home? This means that you not only have dust that shows up on your furniture, but you could also have pollen, bacteria, mold spores, viruses and more. The air inside homes also contains pet dander, odors and other irritants. B&B Heating & Air Conditioning offers indoor air quality solutions, including ultraviolet (UV) lights, for homes in and around Grove, OK.

Thu. Mar. 11, 2021

How Energy Efficient Are Heat Pumps?

When your home in Baxter Springs, KS, needs a new heating and cooling system, you may want to factor energy efficiency into your decision. An energy-efficient heating and cooling system will save you money every month on utility costs. It will also reduce your home's carbon footprint.

Thu. Feb. 4, 2021

7 Ways to Make an Old House More Energy-Efficient

Many people prefer living in an older home. The architectural details, layout, and quality of materials are unmatched compared to newly built houses. One common problem with older homes is their low energy efficiency. These residences may have a lot of air drafts, old wiring, inefficient ducts, and other issues that drive up your utility bills. When you're ready to make your old house more energy-efficient, use these tips from our skilled technicians at B&B Heat & Air.

Wed. Jan. 13, 2021

How Often Should You Change Your Furnace Filter

Your furnace filters are a critical part of your entire HVAC system, not just your heat. Know when to change them can be challenging, with so many different recommendations from various professionals. While there are general recommendations, these can lead to extra wear on your system or replacing your filters more than needed. Here are some things to consider that affect how long your filters may last and how to determine when it is time to replace them.

Mon. Dec. 07, 2020

Troubleshooting Tips for My Heating System

Waking up to a cold home in Grove, OK, is a most unpleasant surprise. When there's no heat coming from your vents, there are some things you can check before calling us for a repair. It's possible that these troubleshooting steps will save you money and will give you a sense of accomplishment.

Mon. Nov. 30, 2020

3 Ways to Clean Your Furnace

Dirt in and around a furnace can cause long-term problems for homeowners. The buildup happens during normal use but shouldn't be allowed to linger too long. A clean furnace delivers fresher indoor air for you and your family to breathe. A little bit of attention and effort can help extend the life of your equipment. It can also reduce the odds of a system failure.

Thu. Sep. 10, 2020

Common Problems That Can Develop With Zone Control Systems

The zone control system is a remarkable breakthrough in the HVAC industry. You can upgrade your existing central air conditioning system with this feature. It allows you to direct and customize temperatures in individual parts of your home. With this system in place, disagreements among members of your family regarding personal indoor comfort should be drastically reduced.

Mon. Aug. 3, 2020

What The EPA Says About Indoor Air Quality

A typical Grove, OK, resident spends about 90% of their time indoors. Most of that time is spent in one's home, closely followed by the workplace. If your home or workplace has poor indoor air quality, your health, comfort and well-being could suffer. Read on to learn six things the Environmental Protection Agency has to say about indoor air quality.

Tue. Jul. 14, 2020

How to Read HVAC Gauges

Keeping your HVAC system tuned helps it work more efficiently. Maintenance and repair technicians use specific tools to test and update cooling equipment. A gauge set is one of these tools. This device tests the pressure of gases and liquid in a cooling system. This tool can also be used to read vacuum pressure. Gauge sets are a necessity for anyone testing and diagnosing problems with an air conditioner.

Thu. May 21, 2020

5 Benefits of Hiring a Professional HVAC Technician

A functioning AC unit is designed to keep your indoor environment cool no matter the weather outside. If your unit is undergoing a failure, you will need to repair it in order to get it operating again. If you have an AC system that is not malfunctioning, you may ask yourself if it is necessary to service it at all. The truth is, your cooling system needs regular maintenance even if it does not appear to have a malfunction. In fact, routine AC tune-ups can ensure that your system runs in peak condition, and there are even other benefits. Here are five reasons why it is a good idea to hire a professional HVAC technician to take a look at your AC unit.

Mon. Apr. 20, 2020

5 Benefits of Hiring a Professional HVAC Technician

Hiring a professional HVAC company is the best way to ensure that your heating and cooling work is done correctly and that you will not face costly problems later as a result of incompetence. If you do the work yourself or hire an unlicensed technician, you run the risk of injuring yourself and paying the full cost of any corrections you may have to make later on. Our professional technicians at B&B Heating and Air Conditioning have more than 30 years of experience providing reliable and expert air quality services in Grove, OK, so you can depend on our work. Here are five benefits of working with a professional HVAC technician.

Fri. Mar. 20, 2020

3 Benefits of Being an HVAC Technician

HVAC technicians are focused on maintaining the most comfortable environments within buildings, warehouses, homes, and other structures that have climate control systems. For individuals looking for a steady and stable career choice, the HVAC field is an option that's brimming with opportunity. Since almost every home or business has an HVAC system, the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) industry is always in need of skilled technicians.

Mon. Feb. 10, 2020

How To Reduce Your Heating Bill In The Winter

It all starts with keeping the warm air inside your home or business for as long as possible. To this end, you should consider sealing drafts around the windows, doors and attic. With an infrared sensor, you can find these drafts and openings yourself. You can then choose from various weather-stripping materials, ranging from open-cell foam tape to vinyl or metal strips. If you own a furnace, you could cover any gaps with caulking.

Thu. Jan. 2, 2020

Are Annual Furnace Inspections Necessary?

Furnace manufacturers recommend you have your furnace inspected by an HVAC specialist every year. There are good reasons to do so, including that a lack of maintenance usually means your warranty is void. Here are the top reasons to have your furnace tuned-up each year.

Thu. Dec. 12, 2019

How Clean Is Your Indoor Air?

While you may think of us as a heating and cooling company, we know that there is more to your home climate than the right temperature. We also offer air cleaning and purifying systems that can remove what is floating around your indoor air. Here are the three biggest air impurities you'll want to eradicate.

Wed. Nov. 13, 2019

Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cold Air?

It doesn’t take a heating and cooling guru to determine that, if your furnace is blowing out cold air instead of warm, something is up. But, before you start shopping around for furnaces thinking you need a new one, let’s talk about a few reasons why your furnace might be doing this and how to fix it.

Wed. Oct. 10, 2019

B&B Heating & Air Conditioning Participates in Feel the Love Program by Lennox

No one should go without the comfort of a properly working indoor heater. As a leading manufacturer of home heating and cooling products, Lennox has the power to change people's lives. The Lennox company has implemented a community program that ensures more of your neighbors receive needed heating equipment before winter arrives.

Wed. Sept. 4, 2019

Best Dusting Techniques & Products to Improve Your IAQ

Dust is something we must all contend with, and pet owners can have it worst of all. Such buildup is a serious concern that not only lowers indoor air quality but can exacerbate asthma and other breathing conditions. The good news is that there are techniques and products that can make a big difference.

Wed. July 10, 2019

5 Ominous AC System Sounds

No air conditioning unit is perfectly quiet, and in a way, that can be a good thing. Though AC units develop problems, their owners do not have to wait until the system seizes to get a clue that it is not running optimally. All they have to do is listen. Below are five sounds that, if you hear them, should prompt you to seek a professional for an inspection.