Here Comes Winter! Time To Get Your Heater Checked In Case You Need Furnace Repair

So it’s been maybe seven months since you needed to use your heater, and now it’s starting to get cold again. You go to the thermostat to turn it on, head to bed, and in the morning realize that it’s a lot colder than it should be. Looks like it might be time for furnace repair.

Of course, that’s not the only scenario. Maybe it’s making a funny noise, or maybe that musty/dusty smell that you noticed when it came on has lingered through the night. When you notice anything a bit off about your heating, give Holland Heating & Cooling a call.

Here are a few things we can help you with to get you through the winter.

Furnace cleaning: Maybe you don’t need Heater repair. Maybe your furnace just needs a good cleaning. Furnaces are prone to get dirty because they’re not only blowing air throughout the house, they’re also taking in air that can get the unit dirty. A dirty furnace is a less efficient furnace, so calling us to give it a tune-up will end up saving you money in the long run.

Furnace Repair: When you need heating repair, seldom is it a casual call. Most people want their furnace repaired as quickly as possible, and who can blame them? That’s why you can call us 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. We keep an extensive selection of parts on hand so that you don’t have to wait very long.

HVAC installation: Sometimes it’s just time to get a new heating and air conditioning unit. If yours is too old it’s burning your fuel at an inefficient rate, and that costs you money that could be going to heating your home (you’ll also be eligible for big tax rebates). Getting a new furnace is a big decision, but once you make that decision most of them can be installed in a day or two, so a single night of extra covers could keep you warm for the next 20 years.

No matter what you decide, Holland wants to keep you warm all winter long. Check out our coupons and then give us a call.

2017-01-27T18:29:08+00:00 September 24th, 2015|Furnace Repair, Heating & Cooling Blog, Lapeer Heating and Cooling|

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