Gibson Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for April, 2018

Air Conditioning Maintenance in Spring Means Huge Benefits

Monday, April 30th, 2018

service-reminderThe first part of spring is often unpredictable—those April snowstorms the worst! But spring means warmer weather is coming, and hot weather is not far off. This is the best time of year to arrange for professional maintenance for your home’s air conditioning system. A technician comes to your house and inspects the AC, makes adjustments and tune-ups as necessary, and cleans the components that need it. If the technicians spots a repair need, you can have it done early—before summer arrives.

Maintenance is beneficial for your air conditioner and you in a number of important ways:

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Was This the Last Winter for Your Boiler System?

Monday, April 16th, 2018

gas-boiler-gaugeThe question in the title is another way of asking if it’s time for you to have a new boiler installed in your house. For any residential heating system, the day will come—usually during the spring when it’s about to shut down—when the heater should be replaced by professionals.

But how can you tell that your boiler has reached the end? Below are some of the ways to determine if you need a replacement boiler. However, make sure you consult an HVAC pro before making a choice.

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Don’t Let Gas Furnace Repairs Go at the End of the Season

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

hands-opening-heating-cabinetApril may bring showers, but it’s also a time when the annual climate starts the ascent toward staying warm through the summer. Good news in most ways—but unfortunately one way it isn’t good is that it makes it more likely for homeowners to ignore a malfunctioning gas furnace. When people know they soon won’t need the furnace running for a long stretch, they might shrug off what looks like small malfunctions. Those can wait until the fall, can’t they?

We don’t recommend anyone take this approach! It’s always best to have gas furnace repairs done as soon as possible after you notice something is wrong. Arrange for a heating contractor to come to your house, inspect the system, diagnose the problem, and have it remedied.

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