Temperatures are already beginning to plunge, but many local homeowners aren’t quite ready for the cold. You can’t stop time, however, so it’s time to prepare your home as soon as you can! Getting ready for the cold means more than stocking up on scarves and hot chocolate. It also means making sure your home is safe and your heater is in the best condition possible for the season ahead.
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for October, 2016
This fall, make sure your house is ready for the colder weather ahead. As winter approaches, a lot of new hazards can affect your home. Stay safe, comfortable, and prepared by getting started on your fall checklist today.
When you need a new heating and air conditioning system, take the time to do some research first. You’ll have these systems for the next 10-20 years, with excellent care and maintenance, and you want it to be something that will keep you comfortable and save you money. A heat pump may be just the system for your home.
Evaporative coolers (sometimes known as swamp coolers) are really common in our area because the typically-dry air actually makes them an ideal cooling installation. With too much humidity in the air, they won’t work properly, but in our climate, they tend to be efficient, durable, and the ideal cooling installation.
But when winter comes, you must get your evaporative cooler ready in order to prevent freezing, mold, and damage to the system that may mean more work and money for you in the spring. This also helps your evaporative cooler to last longer. Here’s what you should do:
We put a lot of effort, time, and money into making sure every member of our staff receives regular and exceptional training for their jobs! Why? It helps us provide excellent service to our customers. It fine-tunes our skills and keeps us current on latest techniques. We invest in our employees because it feels great to know what you’re doing in your job! And most of all, we do this to accomplish our Mission Statement which is: