Turn Up The Heat – Time For The HVAC Seasonal Switch #HouseExperts #ad
We spend alot of time outdoors in the colder weather – taking care of the horses, working on stuff for the horses, riding the horses…. Sense a theme. But when we come indoors we need for our home to be comfortable and warm. Cold is fine outdoors but I prefer to keep it from the indoor… And right now it isn’t officially winter yet so we need to make sure everything is all set for the really cold temperatures.
With Winter approaching we need to make sure our HVAC system can keep up. What does that mean exactly? That means calling Sears to repair or replace your heating and cooling system. You should always have your system maintained prior to the winter season. Sears can help with Boilers, Furnaces and more.
Right now you can get $40 off HVAC Paid Repair or Paid Maintenance check, offer valid: 11/20/2016 through January 29, 2017 through Sears Home Services.
How can you self assess? See this awesome INFORMATION.
Six Ways to Winterize your Home.
In our home we actually have two gas furnaces and one electric system. We own a three family house – though we are one family occupying it. We have plenty of systems that need to be maintained and with all the special needs in our house – we need the systems to always work perfectly. In fact one thing we were able to do ourselves was install a more energy efficient thermostat on each floor.
Sears Home Services has been around for more than 125 years. They’ll be there through the life of your service—from start to finish, with techs who are fully qualified local sub-contractors and technicians you can trust to work on your home.
When you contract with SHS, you’ll be assigned a dedicated project manager to your job. This person coordinates all aspects of the completion of your project—from permitting, ordering materials, local sub-contractor management and more. You deal with only one person, dedicated to your complete satisfaction across all the elements of the work.
Sears Home Improvement can be trusted for reliable products, service, installation and more when it comes to one of your biggest investments—your home.
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