December 25th, 2017
Winter officially arrived just a few days ago, and that means cold temperatures and lots of snow. A good furnace or similar heating system isn’t just a luxury in weather like that. It’s an absolute necessity. And if you suspect yours needs a repair service, the sooner you find out, the better. Nothing is worse than an unexpected heater breakdown in the middle of a winter freeze. Even the most well-insulated home can resemble an ice box in a matter of hours, and while a good repair service can arrive swiftly, we never want it to come to that.
December 11th, 2017
Winter is coming, and that means that now is the time to install a new heating system if your old one is on its last legs. Getting rid of a malfunctioning heater now, before the cold weather begins in earnest, means you won’t have to worry about a breakdown in the middle of January. It also means that you can likely take advantage of the improved efficiency of a new unit, since it will undoubtedly do its job without using nearly as much energy.
November 27th, 2017
Autumn is the right time to replace your old heating system with a new one. Temperatures are dropping fast and another winter will soon be upon us. If the warranty on your old system has expired, and you’re worried about its ability to keep your home warm during the next few months, you should get it replaced now. Doing so means you can take advantage of the improved efficiency that a new heater can bring, as well as improving reliability so you don’t need to worry about a catastrophic breakdown in the middle of the cold.
November 13th, 2017
The weather in our neck of the woods is getting colder every day, and soon enough, you’re going to need your heating system to work all day every day just to keep your home warm. If your heater needs repairs or suffers from any issue that may prevent it from doing its job this winter, now is the time to spot them and correct them. The longer you wait for heating repairs, the worse the problems are likely to be.
October 30th, 2017
The weather has been growing steadily cooler over the past few weeks, and that’s only going to continue as fall turns slowly to winter. If you’re a homeowner, you’re probably running your heating system more and more often until you have need of it all hours of the day. That makes now the perfect time to check your furnace or other heating system for signs of trouble. If a potential issue needs to be addressed, spotting it now gives you the time to schedule proper repairs before winter starts: keeping you from having to deal with any nasty surprises when you really have need of your heater.
October 16th, 2017
Fall is an excellent time to assess the state of your air conditioner, and if you need a new one, this is an ideal point in the year to start planning it. The weather has cooled and you likely won’t need your air conditioner again until next spring. And if your centralized air conditioner isn’t doing the job the way you’d like — or worse, if your home simply can’t support the system of ducts required for centralized air.
October 2nd, 2017
We’ve officially entered fall, and with the turning of the season comes a drastically reduced need for your air conditioner. That makes now an excellent time to schedule a servicing session for your air conditioner before you set it aside until next season. Doing so now will help your system be ready to go by the time you need it in the spring.
September 18th, 2017
Autumn will officially be here in just a few weeks, and that means cooler temperatures and the inevitable arrival of our first snowfall. Air conditioners will see less and less use in the coming weeks as your furnace or similar heating system tackles the load of keeping your home comfortable. In most cases, the heating system has sat unused for several months, and if you haven’t had it looked at by a technician recently — even if it functioned just fine last year — then unforeseen problems can bite you just when you need the system the most. If you haven’t scheduled a maintenance session for it in 12 months or more, now is the ideal time to do so. It could save you a great deal of cost and consternation.
September 4th, 2017
With the end of summer comes the need to check your air conditioner for any problems that may have developed during the long, hot months. Summer temperatures are always high in our neck of the woods, which means your unit has likely been running on a daily basis for quite a while. Even if a breakdown hasn’t occurred, you may have noticed problems with its running that will need to be addressed sooner rather than later.
August 21st, 2017
Summer means high temperatures, and that means your air conditioner will be working overtime to keep your home cool and comfortable. Many times, this is far more than a luxury. Without reliable air conditioning, your house could be far too warm for comfort, and in some cases may even represent a health risk for sensitive members of your family. That makes your air conditioner as important as your water or electricity.