If your home is over ten years old, it’s time to to update your heating equipment

Every year, we hold meet-and-greets to welcome new families to our neighborhood.

They are more like housewarming parties, except we host them outdoors. We held the last event on the last weekend before Christmas, and the snow was already more than an inch thick. It was too cold to have an outdoor event, so the new neighbors opened their homes to us. Naturally, the conversations revolved around heating and cooling systems, which is where I shine. I always allocate time to chat with anyone who needs my help, opinion or advice as it’s a great way to give back to my community. As the only HVAC specialist in our small town, these occasions help bring in more business, so I often ask at least one heating technician to join me. Most people have questions about routine heater maintenance or common procedures like heat pump installation. My HVAC serviceman has a way with words, and he crafted a simple way of explaining these procedures. You’d also be impressed if you heard him explain how a wireless thermostat, electric heat pump, boiler, and HEPA filter can make an electric heating system more efficient and cost-effective. When I moved into the area, I noticed most buildings were built in the 1980s and 1990s, so the heating equipment was worn out or outdated. I’ve worked on some buildings and always recommend upgrading to an electric HVAC. I share energy-saving tips whenever possible because I know outdated heating systems can easily drive up power consumption. I have different HVAC products for sale, so it’s easier to recommend quality devices based on experience. The last thing I want is my clients dealing with defective or low-quality products, as negative reviews can potentially ruin my business.
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