B&L Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc.

1907 W. McMurtry

Stillwater, OK  74075

405.372.COOL (2665)

License #75951

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Residential

  • Service and maintenance

  • Remodel and replacements

  • New construction

  • All metal ductwork

  • Radiant floors

  • Geothermal loop fields and Carrier Geothermal heat pumps

  • Ductless Split systems

  • Indoor Air Quality

  • Whole Home Energy audit

  • International Ground Source Heat Pump Association Accredited Installer

Need more information?  See below or call us!

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Residential Heating and Air Conditioning Helpful Information:

  • A properly maintained heating or air conditioning system can last 15 to 20 years.  

    • Service and Maintenance are important!  Schedule a call with us before summer and fall for a maintenance check.  This could save you money in the long run.  It can give you a chance to know how your system is running and if a replacement will be needed in the future.  

  • Installing a new air conditioning system can lead to more efficient energy use, resulting in lower energy bills.

    • Updating your system with “greener” technology can save you energy and money. The average family spends close to $2,000 on energy bills, and nearly half that goes to heating and cooling. 

  • Your air filter needs to be changed at least every three months.

    • Cleaning your filter regularly will prevent dust and dirt from building up in the system, which can lead to expensive maintenance and/or early system failure.  It is important to check your filter every month, especially during winter and summer months, when use tends to be heavier.  Change your filter if it's dirty--or at least every three months.  

  • Metal ductwork is important!

    • Metal ducts are typically more expensive to install, but they are more durable and quiet if your home has the space for them. Metal ducts are also easier to seal and clean. Metal ducts maintain air pressure better than flexible options, which is why many homes use them for main trunk ductwork and use flexible materials for offshoots.   

  • What are ductless split systems?

    • Ductless split systems are the smart way to cool rooms without duct work—even those without windows or exterior walls.  They are quiet, efficient, and versatile for many different types of homes.  

  • What is indoor air quality and why is it important?

    • EPA states that Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns.  Health effects from indoor air pollutants may be experienced soon after exposure or, possibly, years later.

  • What is a Whole Home Energy Audit?

    • A whole home energy audit will help you determine where your house is losing energy and what can be done to fix the problems.  

  • What is a ground source heat pump?

    • International Ground Source Heat Pump Association states that ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) are electrically powered systems that tap the stored energy of the greatest solar collector in existence: the earth. These systems use the earth's relatively constant temperature to provide heating, cooling, and hot water for homes and commercial buildings.  For even more information visit the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association.

  • Air conditioners do more than just cool the air?

    • They also take humidity out of the air, making the air more comfortable.  Don't set your thermostat fan to the "on" position all day.  Rather, choose the "auto" position, where it will blow air only when the cooling system is running.  When you leave the fan blowing air all the time, moisture will be blown back into the house and affect your humidity levels.