What Should I do if my AC Won’t Turn Off?

Friday, August 10th, 2018

Air conditioners might seem like mysterious objects. They magically take hot air and make it cold again. But, since they’re made from science and not magic, they often have hiccups. One common problem in the Lancaster area is an AC unit that just won’t stop running. If you’re up against this issue, these tips can help.

1. Check the Thermostat

The first thing to check is if the temperature of the room is higher or lower than ...
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How Long Do Air Conditioning Systems Normally Last?

Thursday, July 19th, 2018

Your home or business air conditioning system is one of the largest and most important components in your home. Your air conditioner works to lower the temperature on hot days, but it also works to remove moisture from the home. When not working well, your A/C system needs attention. Our team at David White Services, Inc., works hard to repair your existing system. Sometimes, this does not happen.

Do you think you need air conditioning replacement? ...
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Will Duct Cleaning Remove Mold?

Monday, July 16th, 2018

When moisture in air ducts condenses as cool air flows through the ducts on hot days, the result may be the growth of mold. When the mold spores are released into the air through the ducts, it often creates health problems for many people. This includes uncomfortable to severe allergic reactions in those whose immune system makes them particularly sensitive to mold. They may sneeze, cough, itch, have shortness of breath, or other serious reactions ...
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Air Conditioning Problems: Are Your Ducts to Blame?

Monday, March 5th, 2018

Whether it is the hottest day of the year or one of our Ohio days where it’s freezing in the morning and super hot by noon, air conditioning just needs to WORK.  Unfortunately, even if you choose the most efficient system, have the best installation, and do your routine maintenance your air conditioning system may not function exactly the way you expect.  There are many different issues that could negatively impact the performance of your ...
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Humidifiers and Temperature: Creating the Human Habitat

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

Humidity and temperature control are crucial to enjoyment of life in our homes.  Have you thought of purchasing humidifiers or easy to use thermostats?  If not, your habitat needs work.

My youngest daughter is taking 5th grade science this year and one of the things it is focused on is the word Habitat.  A habitat is, according to dictionary.com, “the natural environment of an organism; place that is natural for the life and growth of an organism”.

Is ...
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Vulcanized Rubber, HVAC, and Your Comfort

Monday, January 8th, 2018

How has vulcanized rubber effected your life?  From HVAC to tires to boots, Charles Goodyear has added comfort to your life.

DaveTheBobblehead and Vulcanized Rubber

The Adventures of DaveTheBobblehead continue this week at Rocky Boots in Nelsonville, Ohio.  Rocky Boots, or Rocky Brands as they now are named, was founded in 1932!  Still owned by the Brooks family and still in Nelsonville, Rocky has been a stable leader in our area for over 80 years.

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David White Heating and Cooling: Best of 2017

Friday, January 5th, 2018

Heating and cooling is what we do. Every year, though, we try to do it a little bit better than the year before.  What did we accomplish in 2017?

We Are Now Women-Owned Heating and Cooling

Women-owned businesses are growing in numbers every year.  Construction businesses, however, aren’t keeping pace with other types of companies with just 7% being owned by women.

David White Services Heating and Cooling is proud to be women-owned as of fall 2017.  Esther ...
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Where is Dave the BobbleHead?

Saturday, December 30th, 2017

As 2018 begins we invite you to follow the life of Dave the Bobblehead.  Like or Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to see all the adventures of our iconic Dave Lennox Bobblehead.

Why Dave Lennox?  Who was he?

In 1895 Dave Lennox began manufacturing the first riveted steel furnace.  Prior to that, most homes used wood to heat homes.  Inefficient and with no ducts, wood fires had to be built and kept burning in all ...
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New Furnace Purchasing: 7 Frequently Asked Questions

Monday, December 25th, 2017

Is there a possibility you need to buy a new furnace?  A new furnace is critical to the happiness and comfort of your time at your home.  No matter how perfectly your home is decorated, it won’t be welcoming without heating and cooling.  Are you feeling overwhelmed by the confusing amount of information available online?   We’re here to help.

Top 7 FAQ When Buying a New Furnace       1. Do I need a new furnace ...
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2017 Fall Sudoku

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

Thank you for reading our newsletter.  Here is the Sudoku solution for the 2017 Fall Comfort News.  Hope you had fun!

Are you’re looking to improve the quality of your life and make your home inviting? A gas fireplace or stove turns on with a simple click of a button for warmth and beauty no matter the outdoor weather.  Is your heating and cooling system on the fritz?  Our award winning service will keep your HVAC ...
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