Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technicians are skilled tradespersons that install heating and cooling systems. Additionally, they maintain and repair the system when problems arise. This may be in a residential setting or for commercial facilities. Those who work for a retailer are often responsible for selling service contracts to clients. Types of Certification...
You may have noticed lately that the days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer, and that can only mean one thing: summer is almost upon us! Yes, the months of fun, sun and ice cream are right around the corner, so you better start getting ready now.
It may seem like winter is only just behind us, but we all know that the summer will be upon us much sooner than you’d think. While we may all be looking forward to the sunny weather and longer days, there can be no denying that there is a lot of preparing that needs to take place to be summer ready.
If you are considering replacing your HVAC unit, or installing one for the first time, then you want to be sure that you pick the type of unit that is right for your home.
We all know how important clean air is for your health. Many people think this means you just need to get out to nature and the rural countryside every now and again.
When decorating your home for the holidays, the hope is that your decorations will stay looking bright and beautiful at least until the New Year starts. Unfortunately, this may not always be the case, especially if you have a real Christmas tree.
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.