Don’t Let Warm Weather Trick You: Schedule Heating Repairs!

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

We’ve been enjoying a warm stretch of weather here at the end of the year and the start of the new one. It’s been warm enough that it’s easy to think that you might not really need your heating system working in top shape.

But winter is far from over. The average low temperature in January is in the mid-30s, and you can expect that we’ll experience a few weeks of weather when heating systems will need to put in steady work. If you noticed trouble with your heater during December, you can’t afford to ignore it and hope the system will get through the rest of the season. Always schedule heating repairs as soon as you notice problems… no matter the time of year.

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Why Timing Is Everything with Heating Repair

Monday, October 10th, 2016

Although you probably haven’t needed to turn your home heating system on yet this season—we’re experiencing a hot-to-warm fall so far—it won’t be long until it will be putting in regular work. We hope that you’ve already arranged for a maintenance visit from one of our heating professionals to see that your heater is ready for the job. (If you haven’t, it’s certainly not too late to sign our Proactive Service Agreement!)

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4 Reasons There May Be Ice on Your Heat Pump This Winter

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Heat pumps are more popular each year for home heating and cooling. A unit that can take care of your comfort needs throughout the year is, after all, a great investment.

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The Pilot Light Isn’t Burning Blue: What Does That Mean?

Monday, December 7th, 2015

As the cooler weather starts, you’re going to fire up your home’s heater for the season. If you use a gas furnace with a pilot light (either standing or intermittent), one of the first things you should check after you’ve turned it on for the first time is the color of the pilot light. If it’s any other hue aside from a steady blue, something’s wrong. Turn off the furnace and call professionals to inspect the furnace for repair needs.

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Why Is My Heat Pump/Air Conditioner Always Running?

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

The question in the title of today’s post is a dilemma that we often hear from our customers. In fact, it’s almost as common to hear as “Why won’t my system start running?” Believe us, a system that won’t stop is just as much of a problem for a home as one that won’t even start. When you come across this problem, get on the phone and call for our repair technicians to solve the problem.

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