Well, Wisconsin, it’s about that time where we ask ourselves, “Where in the world did summer go?!” As we soak in the last few warm days, it’s never too soon to start preparing your home for the fall and its impact on your home comfort.

The recent stretch of heat and humidity has made it absurd to think about anything but the sweet relief of air conditioning. However, it won’t be long before that last day with the air running comes. When you can sleep comfortably with the windows open, it’s a sign that fall is coming.

Preparing your home for fall should happen now. Are you ready?

Schedule a Tune-Up

Get on the schedule early to have a West Allis Heating professional inspect your heating equipment to make sure it’s ready to perform when you need it. On top of being prepared for the imminent cold, booking early allows schedule flexibility that best fits YOUR schedule instead of relying on what we have available.

Tune-ups are comparable to a check-up with your doctor or an oil change for your car. It’s the best way to make sure everything is working properly. If there is an issue, it gives you time to get it repaired or replaced before it’s too late. If there are no issues, the tune and clean will help with efficiency, which leads to savings on energy bills and prolongs the lifespan of your equipment.

For more information about our tune-ups, our previous blog, What To Expect During a Furnace Tune-Up, has you covered.

Give us a call at 414-543-2800 to schedule your tune-up now!

Join a Maintenance Program

Being a part of a maintenance program helps make sure your furnace (or boiler) is running properly in the winter and your air conditioning is running properly in the spring.

Wondering where to find a program?

Look no further than West Allis Heating & Air Conditioning’s Comfort Maintenance Agreement (CMA). Our most popular plan includes two tune-ups & cleanings – one for your furnace in the fall and one for your air conditioner in the spring.
Note: we offer multiple different plans based on the type of heating and/or cooling system you have

Joining our program also includes special discounts and priority service benefits. We even keep track and call you when it’s time for your seasonal maintenance so you don’t have to worry about it! For more details and to sign up, visit our CMA page here.

Final Thoughts

While there are other actions you can take to prepare for the impending frigid temperatures (upgrading your windows, doors, insulation, etc.), maintaining your HVAC equipment is the least you can do to prevent headaches in the dead of winter.

If you have any questions, check out our FAQ page, or contact us 24/7. We’re always happy to help!