Justice Incorporated Blog : Archive for November, 2016

Don’t Let Warm Weather Trick You: Get Heating Maintenance!

Monday, November 28th, 2016

During October, we wrote a post about how it was time to arrange for maintenance for your heating system. It’s always wise to plan ahead with maintenance jobs, since it not only means that you’ll be ready early, it also allows you to take advantage of a slower period for technicians so it’s easier to schedule the service at a time that’s convenient for you.

But you may have simply been too busy to arrange for maintenance, or it slipped your mind. Or it could simply be that with our current warm weather it’s hard even to think about the idea of “home heating.” Whatever the reason, there’s still time to have maintenance done before the cooler temperatures arrive. We offer a special Service Efficiency Agreement that makes you a preferred client and provides regular precision tune-ups. (more…)

Don’t Let These Mistakes Get in the Way of Your Home Heating

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Although people wouldn’t refer to our winters here in Corpus Christi as harsh, the temperatures still regularly drop down into the 40s  from December through early March—and that’s enough to make it mandatory to have an effective heating system at work in your home.

Unfortunately, it’s easy to make some basic mistakes that will make it harder to keep your home as comfortable as you want during the winter, and you might also end up spending more than you need to on heating costs. Below are some of these common errors and how you can avoid them for superior heating this winter. (more…)

Is High Humidity a Danger for My Furnace?

Monday, November 14th, 2016

Coastal Texas suffers from problems with high humidity, and that’s why we recommend that homeowners here install whole-house dehumidifiers. High humidity affects comfort, but it can also lead to damage to systems within the house. Air conditioners can suffer due to high humidity in the summer. But what about furnaces in the winter? Usually, winter is a period of lower humidity, but in our part of the state, we are likely to be dealing still with high humidity issues through much the season when the furnace is running. Does humidity pose a danger to a furnace? (more…)

A Few Mistakes with a Gas Furnace You Don’t Want to Make

Monday, November 7th, 2016

You probably know that tampering with a gas furnace on your own can lead to serious safety hazards. (If you didn’t know that already, now you do!) But fiddling with a furnace without proper training and equipment is only one of the errors you can commit with your furnace. There are mistakes you may be doing and not even realize it. Below are some of the most common and easily avoidable mistakes that you may make with a gas furnace this coming winter. (more…)