Max Sr. & Paul Schoenwalder Plumbing Heating Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for September, 2019

Is It Already Time for Furnace Maintenance?

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

technician-looking-into-furnaceIt’s officially fall, and homeowners throughout our area are looking forward to cooler temperatures and fun fall activities. But have you thought about the state of your furnace?

This is the time of year to plan for heating maintenance, if you haven’t already made an appointment or aren’t already part of our maintenance service agreement. Heating maintenance is best performed during the fall, before you need your system the most—though it’s worth noting that it’s more important you have this service done consistently each year (or twice a year if you have a heat pump) than it is the time of year you have it done.

Keep reading as we look into one of the most common types of home heating systems—the furnace—and explain just why scheduling routine preventive maintenance is so important.

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Your 2019 Nextdoor Neighborhood Favorite

Wednesday, September 11th, 2019

NextdoorLogo_greenMax Sr & Paul Schoenwalder Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, A Corp. has been named a Nextdoor Neighborhood Favorite for 2019!

Nextdoor enables those in your community to easily create private online groups for their neighborhoods in order to facilitate conversation surrounding local businesses, products, and services.

Neighborhood favorite winners are chosen by those communities through a voting process. That means we couldn’t have gotten here without you—our valued customers! Thank you and please join us in thanking our team for providing consistent and reliable service throughout the Union, NJ area and surrounding areas for over 100 years.

Contact Max Sr & Paul Schoenwalder Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, A Corp. for great HVAC service today!

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Tips for Shutting Down Your AC for Winter

Monday, September 9th, 2019

AC-Condenser-UnitChances are, you’re still going to need your air conditioner to run for a little bit longer, even though the official end of summer is just a couple weeks away. In fact, even fall can introduce some surprise heat waves. Eventually, you’ll look at the upcoming weather forecast, see temperatures dropping, and know that winter is coming.

At this point, it’s essential that you have your heating system tuned-up and inspected to prevent problems with it. You can arrange for this with our team as soon as you want to! We provide comprehensive and thorough maintenance for all types of heating systems. But in addition to heating maintenance, there’s something else you’ll need to do with your HVAC systems this time of the year.

You’ll want to winterize your air conditioner! That’s right, we don’t recommend simply turning off the air conditioner and leaving it. It can suffer damage over the winter if this occurs, and that damage can jeopardize its functionality when you need it again next year. So, how exactly do you prep your AC for the off-season?

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