Let’s face it, summer is coming to an end and Wisconsin’s relentless winter will be here before we’re ready for it. That means it’s time for homeowners to prepare for the switch from air conditioning to heat.
Is Your Tune-Up or Upgrade Scheduled?
Getting a tune-up on your furnace may not be the most exciting thing to happen to you this fall (we beg to differ), but you’ll be thankful you did when those sub-zero temperatures creep in. Regular maintenance can help you avoid expensive, emergency services in the thick of winter.
If it’s time to upgrade that old, pesky furnace that gives you fits every winter, you’ll want to make arrangements before it’s too late. Again, it’s not exactly a desirable task but you’ll be thankful when your comfort is taken care of efficiently, effectively, and most importantly – at a fair price.
Better yet, West Allis Heating offers free estimates on new equipment. One of our Comfort Advisors will be happy to discuss options that work best for you and your family.
Timing is Everything
You don’t wait until your car breaks down before you change your oil. You don’t wait until you get a cavity before you decide to brush your teeth. The same preventative measures should be taken with your heating and cooling systems.
In addition to saving yourself money and stress, early scheduling will ensure you receive the best performance from technicians who are often booked consecutively during the busy winter season. You’ll also be able to ensure you’ll have an appointment that works best with your busy schedule.
West Allis Heating Has You Covered
The friendly experts at West Allis Heating are licensed, insured, and highly-trained to make sure your home is comfortable year-round with honest, fair, and up-front, standard pricing. That means we charge by the job NOT by the hour – regardless of location.
Many take advantage of our Comfort Maintenance Agreement (CMA), which ensures your systems are properly maintained each year. Our CMA also has many other money-saving perks.
Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and repent.