It is a great question. Given our company’s history since 1918 and the fact that we are a Factory Authorized Carrier Dealer, I interpret the question as. “Hey Mister Contractor, do you think this XYZ Company I’m also talking to is qualified to provide a proposal for my home?”
Well a question I’m often asked is when is the best time of year to replace this equipment so I can get the best deal?
Well the first thing I can say is homeowners have more options on how to cool their home then they did say 12 years ago if they have radiant heat from a boiler system.
If you’re in the market for a new furnace and air conditioner and the heating and air conditioning professional in you’re home only discusses features about the product(s) like ECM motors, 2 stage heating, wifi thermostat, or what SEER (seasonal energy efficiency rating) means.
We received a call from a homeowner today saying that a home inspector she hired for the sale of their home claimed they had high carbon monoxide coming out of their furnace. A test done by one of our qualified hvac technicians found that the claim was untrue. Has this happened to you?
As I write this we are beginning the recovery of another frozen house. This is what we call a house that has lost heat and has frozen and broken water pipes and hot water heat lines. This has been a record year for calls regarding homes that have lost heat which has resulted in frozen pipes breaking and causing damage in the home.
If you live in a home in Minnesota and it is a split level home, you have probably experienced the difference in the temperature from floor to floor of your home. It almost feels like you are heating the upstairs and air conditioning between the lower levels due to the temperature differences. While this can happen with traditional multilevel homes, it is more common with split level homes due to the open area of the stairwell.