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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…)

Is Your Heat Pump Going to Make It Through the End of the Year?

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

A heat pump takes on an enormous work load during the year in coastal Texas. It has to handle highs in the 90s through most of the summer, and then will need to come on regularly during winters that are cooler than in most other parts of the state. Although a heat pump is well-suited for the range of temperatures we experience here, it will eventually reach a point where it may suffer a final breakdown during either the summer or winter. Right now, during the cooling off after summer, is a good time to evaluate whether your heat pump will work through the end of the year—or if you should replace it. (more…)

Does Regular Heating Maintenance Really Save Money?

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Whenever someone has to pay money in order to arrange for regular maintenance for a device, whether it’s a car or a gas furnace, they want to know that they are making an actual investment: “will this really save me money in the long run?” When it comes to regular fall maintenance for your home heating system—no matter if it’s a furnace, heat pump or ductless heating system—the answer to that question is an unqualified yes.