Now that the holidays are just around the corner, many people will be getting their homes ready to house friends and relatives that are visiting for the festivities.
After working so hard to keep your house cool throughout summer, you now need to make sure your HVAC is fully prepared to keep you warm and comfy throughout the cold fall and winter months.
Now that fall is well and truly upon us, it is time to start looking towards winter and making sure we’ve got everything ready for once the cold months arrive.
If you are introducing a new pet to your home – or if you are thinking of installing a HVAC system – then there are several potential issues you need to be aware of so your pet doesn’t damage your system and vice versa.
We at CW Schultz and Son know that one such thing which people may often overlook when getting ready to go on vacation is making sure that the HVAC has been prepped for the time that you will be away from home.
With the mounting costs of day to day life, you want to make sure that you are getting the most out of your money, and that you aren’t throwing any of it away for no good reason. There’s no reason these principles shouldn’t extend to how you heat and cool your home. Here are some of our tips on how to save money by getting the most out of your thermostat.
Our senses give us a way to detect danger and other problems. The sight of heavy smoke coming from a forest alerts you to a fire, so that you know you need to evacuate the area and call 911. The sound of a loud crash, signifies that something broke and needs your attention immediately. If you take a sip […]
Summer is coming quickly, and as always heavy heat is coming with it. If you have an older home or a home without ductwork, ductless air-conditioning will be your lifesaver. Your kids will thank you, your pets will thank you, and even your body and lungs will thank you. No one likes the feeling of […]
When it comes to heating systems, you have only but a handful of choices at your disposal. The most popular ones are Furnaces and Boilers and it is indeed quite a dilemma choosing between them, as they offer two very different sets of advantages.