Max Sr. & Paul Schoenwalder Plumbing Heating Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘HVAC’

Now Is the Time for This Important AC Service

Monday, March 9th, 2020

technician-working-on-air-conditionerWinter is slowly but surely on its way out, which means it’s definitely not too early for one very important air conditioning service—maintenance! Union summers are nothing to contend with, without a fully functional and efficiently operating cooling system. Still, we’ve found that homeowners are sometimes hesitant to schedule this service—why schedule air conditioning services when you haven’t even used the system yet, or if nothing appears to be wrong with it?

Trust us when we say, maintenance is essential to the overall effectiveness of your air conditioning system and your home comfort this spring and summer. Be sure to reach out to our team of professionals for your AC maintenance, and read on to learn how air conditioning maintenance benefits you.

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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 Guide to Picking Out a New HVAC System

Monday, August 28th, 2017

family-moving-home-boxesBuying a new air conditioner often comes as a “distress purchase.” This term describes a purchase made in a time of need, when you cannot go for any longer without cool air in your home. However, as the air conditioning season draws to a close, we hope you’ll have more time to pick out your new air conditioner as it becomes less urgent.

Better yet, when you pick out a new air conditioner or heater before it breaks down—as it hits the 10-15 year mark—you’ll save yourself a lot of stress and get a new system you actually love! We’ve got your guide to some of the best features in the industry in today’s post.

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