The Unfiltered Blog

Why your furnace or ducts are making strange noises
February 6, 2020
By Steve Terry, Vice President of Construction and Service

This time of year, we get lots of questions about the noises your furnace or air ducts are making. The most important thing you should know is not to ignore it or wait for it to go away — you’ll only allow the issue to get worse. Here’s what you should listen for.

How Aeroseal® could solve your home’s temperature woes
February 6, 2020
By Jason Gassmann, President

Is the second floor of your home sweltering in the summer or frigid in the winter? Is your basement freezing cold in the hottest months of the year? Are your utility bills high or your furniture dusty?
If any of these ring true, your home is probably a good candidate for Aeroseal® duct sealing — a new service Bell Brothers is proud to offer.

What to expect from air duct cleaning services
January 21, 2020
By Jason Gassmann, President

Our team is asked about duct cleaning quite often. Bell Brothers recently began offering this service, so we’d like to help our customers make an informed decision about it. Let’s talk about why you should consider having your ducts cleaned and what to expect from the process.

News Release: Jason Gassmann buys Bell Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning from father, positions company for continued success
January 7, 2020
By Jason Gassmann, President

DES MOINES, Iowa (January 7, 2020) — Effective January 1, 2020, Jason Gassmann, president of Bell Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc., is now sole owner of the business after purchasing it from his father, Chuck. Gassmann has been with Bell Brothers for 18 years, becoming president in 2017 when his father made the transition to CEO.

Combatting dry air in your house this winter
January 6, 2020
By Jason Gassmann, President

Dry skin? Excessive static electricity? You’re not alone. What causes dry air in your house? As the outside temperature begins to drop, so does the humidity level in your home. Dry air in winter is not able to retain as much moisture as warmer air during the summer months, and this can cause humidity levels to drop as low as 15 percent. When the outdoor temperature is 35 degrees Fahrenheit, the humidity inside your home should be 35 percent.

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