Archive for September, 2016

5 Ways to Keep Your Gas Furnace Safe

Monday, September 26th, 2016

Three lit furnace burnersDo you have any worries that the natural gas furnace in your home might turn unsafe, leading to gas leaks and combustion hazards? We understand if you feel a touch nervous about using natural gas to heat your home, and we’d like to ease your mind about it before our picture-postcard North Carolina fall becomes winter. Using these tips and our professional assistance, you’ll enjoy many safe winters.

How Installing a Humidifier in Fall Helps for the Winter

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Early fall is the time to prepare your home for the upcoming stresses of winter. The first step for winter preparation is to arrange for professional maintenance for your heating system, whether it’s a furnace, boiler, or heat pump. This is the best way to see that your heater operates properly through the season and won’t cost more to run than it should.

But there are some other ways you can improve your HVAC system for winter weather, and one of them is to call professionals to install a whole-house humidifier. (more…)

Answering Some Common Questions about Heating Maintenance

Monday, September 12th, 2016

September is the time when we place a special emphasis on heating maintenance for our customers. Early in the fall is the ideal time for one of our HVAC technicians to come to your house and give your heating system a thorough inspection and whatever cleanings and general tune-up work is necessary. This helps to prevent breakdowns and other malfunctions during the winter, and it also extends equipment life and keeps your energy bills from rising unnecessarily.

Below are answers to some of the more common questions that customers ask about regular heating maintenance. (more…)

September Is Here, And That Means It’s Time to Schedule Heating Maintenance

Monday, September 5th, 2016

Although the official end of summer is in the second half of September, as soon as you turn over the calendar page from August to September, you’re officially entering the “cooler” part of the year. The hot weather may linger for a while longer, but it’s time to plan for the change in the climate. And the best step to take to make sure that your home is ready for the fall cooling and the winter cold is to arrange for professional maintenance for your heating system. (more…)