5 Furnace Efficiency Tips to Help You Save This Winter
Now that winter is officially here, your furnace will be working non-stop to keep you warm. While that constant use can rack up energy costs quickly, Tom’s Heating Service is here to help you keep them low. Use these helpful furnace efficiency tips to save money this winter—and call us at 262-548-1300 for service.
Efficiency Tip #1 – Schedule Maintenance
Routine heating maintenance is all about making furnace efficiency improvements. Our experts inspect every working part inside your furnace, making sure that […]
5 Signs It Might Be Time for a New Furnace
We all have to face the price tag of a new furnace at some point. And while postponing the investment for as long as possible seems ideal, our Tom’s Heating Service pros will tell you it’s important to replace older systems before dangerous breakdowns happen. Keep reading to learn about the top signs homeowners should watch for as their system ages and nears the end of its lifespan.
Age Isn’t Just a Number
If your furnace is 15 to 18 years or older […]
Simple Ways to DIY Furnace Maintenance This Season
Furnace maintenance is a can’t-skip service. We recommend annual cleanings and inspections to keep your system running in top condition, help prevent breakdowns, and save on energy bills. And while nothing compares to a professional Clean & Check, there are three simple ways you can DIY some of your furnace maintenance this season. Keep reading to see what the Tom’s Heating Service pros suggest you do before winter is in full swing.
NOTE: Before beginning any maintenance, make sure you turn off power to your system. There […]
Cracking the Code: The HVAC Basics You Need to Know
We started this blog to help keep our customers up-to-date on home comfort options. It makes sense that we start off with a few basics you should know—straight from our experts.
With So Many System Options, How Do You Pick?
At Tom’s Heating, our pros are here to help. We’ll find a Carrier® heating and cooling system that fits your needs, the square footage of your house, and your budget. Here are the most common types:
Furnace—this forced […]