Your furnace is one of those tricky contraptions that no one ever teaches homeowners about when they first move in. It’s often not until there’s an emergency that anyone takes notice. The truth is there are some basic maintenance tasks that you can do on your own to keep your furnace running in top shape. However, you should also know when to schedule professional maintenance to avoid any further damage. Read More What’s With the Furnace When It Blows Cool Air? >>
Your electronic air cleaner can remove 95 percent of airborne pollutants from your home’s air, allowing you and your family to breathe clean air throughout your home. To ensure that your air cleaner provides healthy air throughout the year, keep up with simple seasonal maintenance. Read More Breathe New Life Into Your Electronic Air Cleaner With Regular Care >>
Cooling season is right around the corner in the Route 495/128 area, and that means it’s time to schedule your annual preventive air conditioner maintenance. Read More Have You Crossed Air Conditioner Maintenance Off Your Spring To-Do List? Better Tend to It Now >>
You probably know you should schedule HVAC maintenance twice per year, but do you know what you should do in advance to get ready for an appointment? Your tune-up will go more smoothly if you do the following tasks, either before you call to set up the appointment or in the hours before the technician arrives. Read More What To Do In Advance Of An HVAC Maintenance Visit >>
It may be hard to believe, but the time to switch on your furnace is near. In fact, you may have already used it once or twice on a cool fall morning. While you may have already scheduled your fall preventive maintenance and given thought to sealing off your windows, have you given any thought to your carbon monoxide detectors? Read More Make Carbon Monoxide Detectors Part Of Your Fall Safety Check >>
It’s easy to become complacent about your air conditioner — that big, boxy home system that we think should give us two decades of reliable service. But “should” is the operative word here, because Ol’ Faithful depends on you to provide regular maintenance checks to help it go the distance. So if a tune-up isn’t on your spring to-do list, it should be. Read More Your Air Conditioner: Is A Tune-Up On Your Spring To-Do List? >>
By staying on top of preventive maintenance for your furnace, you can help to ensure that common, problematic furnace noises don’t become an issue in your household. The fact is, once you start to notice that your equipment is making low, rumbling, or high-pitched squealing noises, a more serious issue is likely already present, and a repair is almost certain to be necessary. Read More Furnace Noises: Avoid Potential Problems With Preventive Maintenance >>
Preventive maintenance is essential for lengthening the life of your heating and cooling system and keeping it running efficiently. Just like with major repairs and equipment installations, you want to work with somebody you trust to handle your valuable home comfort equipment.
Finding a reputable contractor is not as simple as looking in the phone book. Ask these questions before you make your decision: Read More Need Preventive Maintenance? Use These Questions To Select A Reputable Contractor >>
With summer’s arrival looming, now is the time to make sure your air conditioning system is equal to the task of keeping you cool when the weather heats up. Investing in preventive maintenance now can save you major headaches down the road, and it just might stave off a major failure when you’re in the throes of a heat wave. Read More Do Your Preventive Maintenance, And Your HVAC System Won’t Let You Down >>
When the season ended last summer, was your air conditioning in good working order? Have you needed repairs during the past two seasons? Is your air conditioner more than 10 years old? Does your energy bill increase dramatically when the weather gets hot?
These are all questions to ask yourself to help determine how your cooling system will perform during the summer heat that’s about to arrive in Massachusetts. Here are a few “repair or replace” tips: Read More Will Your A/C Survive The Summer? Our Repair Or Replace Tips >>