If you’ve ever wondered what to do before replacing your home furnace, we’ve got you covered.
Replacing your furnace can be a big task and it’s important to take a few things into consideration before completely replacing it.
Here are 4 things to do before replacing your home furnace.
The term “Winter is Coming” might resonate with people who are anxious for the next season of Game of Thrones on HBO. However, it might bring chills to homeowners who are less worried about political enemies and dragons than they are about keeping their home warm throughout the coldest winter months.
If your heater does not heat and your air conditioning is not chilling the air, then it is a perfectly reasonable next step to call your local AC and heating repair services. But every service call incurs a service charge, no matter how minor the repair may be. So you need to be sure that, especially in this current economy, heating and cooling issues are worth the time and effort of the professionals. Here is a list of common concerns to check off your list before calling in the big (and expensive) guns.
As of 2013, it’s estimated that over 60% of homes in the southern states of the U.S. run their air conditioning all year long, to combat the sticky, humid heat and sweltering sun glare. When temperatures are climbing past 100 degrees on a fairly regular basis, the last thing you need is an inefficient air conditioning system. Conversely, the northern states need quality heating repair services in the frigid winter months. Here’s what AC and heating repair can do for you.