At Have, Inc., we understand the importance of providing reliable and energy-efficient heating and cooling solutions. However, we also recognize that there are many myths surrounding Professional Heating & Cooling Services. In this blog post, we’ll debunk some of the most common misconceptions to help you make informed decisions about your HVAC system.

Myth 1: Closing Vents Saves Energy

A prevalent myth is that closing vents in unused rooms can save energy by reducing the workload on your HVAC system. However, this is not the case. When you close vents, your system has to work harder to distribute air through the remaining open vents, leading to increased energy consumption and potential system damage.

Myth 2: Bigger is Better for HVAC Systems

Many homeowners believe that installing a larger HVAC system will provide better heating and cooling performance. The truth is that an oversized system can lead to inefficient operation, increased energy costs, and frequent cycling, which can shorten the lifespan of your equipment.

Myth 3: HVAC Maintenance is Unnecessary

  • Regular maintenance is crucial for ensuring the efficiency and longevity of your HVAC system.
  • Neglecting maintenance can lead to higher energy bills, decreased comfort levels, and costly repairs or replacements down the line.
  • Our professional technicians at Have, Inc. recommend scheduling annual tune-ups to keep your system running smoothly.

Myth 4: Turning the Thermostat Up or Down Cools or Heats Faster

Many people believe that setting the thermostat to a higher or lower temperature will make the room heat up or cool down faster. However, this is not the case. Your HVAC system operates at a fixed rate, and adjusting the thermostat beyond your desired temperature won’t make it work any faster. It will only waste energy by overshooting the desired temperature, leading to increased energy costs.


At Have, Inc., we are committed to providing accurate and reliable information about Professional Heating & Cooling Services. By debunking these common myths, we hope to help you make informed decisions about your HVAC system, leading to increased comfort, energy efficiency, and cost savings.

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