After surviving our seemingly never-ending winter, it’s hard to believe that soon we’ll be concerned about keeping cool. It won’t be long until we’re running our air conditioners around the clock. Though you may not be thinking about air conditioner maintenance right now, Gross Heating & Air Conditioning is! And if you want to save money and keep cool this summer, you should be, too.
When outdoor temperatures soar, air conditioning provides welcome relief from the heat. But what if your AC breaks down or energy bills skyrocket? That’s where AC maintenance comes in. Use these tips from Gross Heating & Air Conditioning to properly maintain your air conditioner for maximum comfort, health, and savings all summer long.
Between back-to-school and pre-holiday shopping, fall is no time to waste money—save instead when you cut heating costs with annual furnace maintenance. The certified technicians at Gross Heating & Air Conditioning will clean, check, and correct your entire system so it’ll be more efficient, and ready when you need it.
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.
Most homeowners know that an annual clean & check of their heating and cooling system is advantageous. So why purchase a maintenance agreement from a professional like Gross Heating & Air Conditioning if homeowners like you can simply pay for a routine tuneup out of pocket? A maintenance agreement protects your investment by proactively addressing issues, and is designed to help your equipment last longer, deliver uninterrupted and safe operation, and function more efficiently.
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.