The Importance of Timely Annual Furnace Maintenance

Monday, November 25th, 2019

Changing Furnace FilterYou know that your car requires regular maintenance. You get the oil changed, rotate the tires, have the fluid levels checked, and complete other basic maintenance tasks regularly without waiting for something to go wrong with your car. So why wouldn’t you do your furnace the same courtesy? Far too many homeowners ignore the importance of regular maintenance for their HVAC system and simply wait until there’s a problem to get repairs. Here’s why regular, annual furnace checkups are so important for your furnace.

Continue Reading

What You Should Expect during an HVAC Service

Monday, November 18th, 2019

HVAC MaintenanceOne of the keystones of proper HVAC performance and longevity is regularly scheduled maintenance. Though your HVAC system may perform reliably most of the time, it’s comprised of several mechanical components that require periodic upkeep and maintenance performed by a service provider skilled in heating maintenance in Decatur. Failure to maintain your HVAC system can lead to damage to your system, or, in a worst-case scenario, total AC and heating replacement.

Continue Reading

5 Tips to Prepare Your AC for Winter

Monday, November 11th, 2019

AC Unit in SnowAs winter approaches, it’s time to prepare your air conditioner for the cooler weather. Taking action to protect your air conditioner during the winter can prolong the life of your AC unit. It can prevent damage to your unit from rust, corrosion, nesting, and falling debris. Here are 5 tips to help you prepare your AC unit for the winter.

Continue Reading

Comparing Gas and Electric Furnaces

Monday, November 4th, 2019

ThermostatIn the winter months, there’s nothing like the welcoming warmth of a properly functioning home heating system. Life in the colder times of the year can be quite uncomfortable without a heat source, and central heating provides the most direct, most efficient, and safest source of heat for your home when properly installed and maintained by a licensed heating company. Fortunately, homeowners have options when it comes to home heating, as furnaces can be powered by either gas or electricity.

Continue Reading