Home Service Corp Heating and CoolingOn the news last night, they reported that 2014 was the warmest year ever recorded on a worldwide basis. There are a lot of theories of what might be causing this temperature change but most of them are just guesses. We in the Midwestern United States though, have had one of the coldest winters in many years. As we move into the coldest part of the 2014-2015 winter, we could be seeing another cold one as the winds blow and the cold Arctic air moves down towards us.

So what does that mean for us? It could mean another year of high utility bills and our furnaces and boilers working overtime. So what should you do about this? At a minimum you should have the annual equipment inspection and tune-up. The cost is minimal and the benefits are great if your unit is not operating efficiently. Every furnace and boiler manufacturer recommend an annual safety tune-ups for your safety and efficiency.

If your unit is more than 10 years old, chances are it is not as efficient as a newer unit. In fact it could be 15-20% less efficient. That could mean a savings of $15-30 dollars a month for the average homeowner. There can be additional savings with manufacturer’s rebates, utility rebates, and tax credits. We can let you know which ones fit your situation.


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It’s a good time of year to have our trained experienced air conditioning Technicians solve your cooling problems whether you live on Grosse Ilse, in Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Melvindale, Wyandotte, or Lincoln Park.

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