Gibson Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for March, 2020

Sign Up for Our Maintenance Program This Spring

Monday, March 30th, 2020

service-marker-blueSpring is when we remind our customers of the importance of an annual visit from one of our technicians to perform a thorough inspection and tune-up of their air conditioning system. Regular AC maintenance is an essential service in order for the cooling system to deliver effective and efficient comfort over a long service life.

We offer superb air conditioning maintenance in Cherry Hill, NJ through our HVAC Maintenance Program. Plenty of HVAC contractors offer maintenance, but we’re a family-owned and family-run business, and we always treat customers the way we would like to be treated. That means we go the extra distance on maintenance (and all our services). We know how important maintenance for an air conditioning system is for short-term and long-term comfort and happiness for our customers. We work with all the major brands, so you can trust that we’ll give your AC the care it needs each spring.

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Repairing a Heating System

Monday, March 16th, 2020

furnace-repair-technicianWe still have to worry about keeping heating systems in good shape for another month or so. If you need to have heating repair in Cherry Hill, NJ to keep your furnace running, than you should definitely call us to schedule the work. It’s no good to “wait it out” during spring.

In fact, that’s one important thing people often don’t know about heating repairs:

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A Cracked Heat Exchanger in a Furnace Is a Serious Repair Issue

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

We want people to know that gas furnaces are not dangerous to have in their homes. If gas furnaces presented high safety risks, they would never be allowed in houses in the first place. But natural gas furnaces can potentially create health hazards if they’re neglected and don’t receive repair work promptly.

In this post, we’re going to look at a gas furnace malfunction that can turn dangerous for a household. It’s a cracked heat exchanger, and it can lead to the leak of carbon monoxide into the living spaces of a house.

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