Improve Energy Efficiency in Your Home by Using Heat Pumps

By |October 22nd, 2015|Heat Pump, Heating|

If you're replacing your HVAC system and shopping around for efficient options, you might consider installing a heat pump. Heat pumps run on electricity to heat and cool your home, and are well known for [...]

Do You Know the Best Place to Put Your Tankless Water Heater?

By |October 20th, 2015|Heating|

Water heating in the average home consumes up to 20 percent of total home energy usage. Going with a tankless water heater can curb water heater expenses 25 to 50 percent. Though, the location you [...]

Tips for Extending HVAC System Life

By |November 6th, 2014|Air Conditioning, Heating|

Steps that you take now can save you money later and protect your investment in your homes heating and cooling system. The HVAC equipment in your home is one of the most expensive components in your house and proper [...]

Knowing These HVAC Terms Can Be of Benefit

By |September 23rd, 2014|Air Conditioning, Heating|

Your heating and cooling systems may seem complicated, but knowing the right terminology can be a huge benefit when diagnosing a problem or communicating with a HVAC professional. Here are some of the HVAC terms [...]

Heat Loss: Here’s How It Costs You

By |January 16th, 2014|Heating|

Heat loss in a home occurs when heat – either in the form of air or energy – escapes to the outside via air leaks, poorly maintained HVAC equipment and/or inadequate insulation. In addition to creating higher energy bills, it costs you in terms of greater wear and tear on your heating equipment and increased repair bills, as well as shortening the service life of HVAC equipment. […]

Winter Warm Up Tips and Maintenance

By |October 16th, 2013|Furnaces, Heating|

Wolff Mechanical not only helps with Scottsdale air conditioning services, but is also available to help with heaters and water heaters. Winter is heading our way and keeping your home warm is important, but running the [...]

Time for a Water Heater Replacement? Consider Solar Heating

By |April 9th, 2013|Heating|

Do you need to install a new water heater, or are you building a new home and want an environmentally-friendly option? If so, consider installing a solar water heating system.  […]

Heating and Cooling Options For Two-Story Additions

By |January 24th, 2013|Air Conditioning Tips, Heating|

Options for heating and cooling two-story additions typically involve installing a supplemental system for the new space, utilizing your current heating and cooling systems by extending ductwork or revamping your entire home-comfort system with perhaps a new high-efficiency system that can comfortably heat and cool your home and the additional square footage. […]

Did You Know That Geothermal Energy Is Free Energy?

By |October 4th, 2012|Heating|

Utilizing an energy source that is both reliable and inexpensive has always been a challenge. One such possibility is called geothermal energy, a term that many people are only now beginning to discover. […]

Ductless Mini Splits Offer Solutions When It’s Not Practical To Retrofit Central A/C

By |May 22nd, 2012|Heating|

If you’re adding space to your home, chances are you’ll want to condition it to use it summer and winter. Ductless mini splits make conditioning additions and remodeling much easier, since you don’t need to extend the existing ductwork of your central A/C. A mini split is a heat pump with an outdoor compressor, indoor air handler and a conduit that connects the two that contains refrigerant, power, a drain pipe and a vacuum line. These systems offer advantages over central HVAC systems because they offer simple installation, energy efficiency and flexibility.  […]