“Out of sight, out of mind” applies to most furnaces. They’re usually in the basement and programmed to automatically heat your home, so you probably don’t give them much thought. That is until yours stops working. The idea of a cold home in the middle of winter is enough to make anyone panic, but the experts at Gross Heating & Air Conditioning know how to handle a heating emergency.
Every home needs a reliable heating system, but that doesn’t make this a one-size-fits-all scenario. There are several types of systems, not to mention many different features and sizes. Finding the right one for your home and budget begins at Gross Heating & Air Conditioning, where experienced HVAC pros can evaluate your needs and help you choose the best new heating system for just-right comfort.
When the leaves turn colors in Wisconsin, we start thinking about football, apple picking, and the upcoming holidays. We also start fall cleaning—pre-season preparations for winter, so to speak. We want to be organized, fully stocked, and ready for the cold—and you should make sure your furnace is ready, too. Your heating system may have a dangerous buildup of leaves or maybe it just needs a little preventive care to ensure it’ll work efficiently throughout the upcoming heating season.
Funded by Wisconsin’s electric and natural gas utilities, Focus on Energy (FOE) is the state’s public statewide program for energy efficiency and renewable energy. Businesses, residents, and the state itself enjoy substantial benefits, thanks to FOE—in fact, the program has generated more than $600 million in economic benefits in the state from 2011 through 2014. By 2038, benefits are forecast to hit $2.8 billion.
Taking care of small issues with your furnace when they initially crop up goes a long way toward minimizing long-term problems. Make sure your furnace remains healthy and reliable throughout winter—call for service now and be sure you’re dealing with a professional HVAC provider like Gross Heating & Air Conditioning, a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer.
Like a lot of homeowners, you may think of your furnace or other heating system as a simple appliance that you can turn on and off to control your home’s temperature—if you think of it at all, that is. Nothing could be further from the truth. Your system is much more than that and can affect everything from the amount of energy you use and pay for, the moisture or mold growth level in your home, the quality of the air you breathe, and more.