A New home heating and cooling (HVAC) system is an investment in your family’s comfort. A Sears central air conditioner or Sears heat pump can provide long term efficiencies and savings. Our consultant will come to your home for a no cost evaluation and recommend a Home Comfort system that meets your family’s needs for comfort, improved energy efficiency and budget. Our expert installers provide professional and efficient installation. Add to this the Sears warranty (in most cases 10 years parts and labour protection), and you’ll have peace of mind for years to come.
5 THINGS TO PREPARE
FOR WINTER'S HEATING SEASON
- With the Heat and Humidity gone, you can shut off the breaker on your Air Conditioner. If you use a cover, put it back on, but be sure there is at least a 3 cm space at the bottom. You need the air to flow under the cover, and not create an inviting home for mice and other rodents who will enjoy nibbling on your systems wiring.
- Do an inspection of your furnace/mechanical room to ensure that flammable items, like paint cans and cleaners have not accumulated around the furnace during the summer.
- If you have not changed or cleaned your furnace filter since the beginning of summer, now is the time. This will ensure your warm air is clean and moving through your system properly. You might want to inspect and vacuum out your heat vents, and particularly the return air vents.
- If you have a humidifier, make sure is it clean and ready to go. Also check to be sure the programming on your Thermostat has not been modified in the off season. Finally, do a test; turn on of the furnace, to be sure it is working as it should.
- If your Heating system is “newer” but more than a couple years old, you should think about having it serviced on an annual basis to keep it operating at maximum efficiency. If your Heating system is 12 year old or more, and you think now is the time to consider a replacement....call Sears Heating & Cooling at 1-866-506-7779 or visit searsheatingandcooling.ca
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It’s a good idea to ask your salesperson to evaluate your heating & cooling needs, particularly if your system is more than 10 years old. Not only have technology and industry standards changed in the last decade, but your home may have experienced changes that will affect system performance.
No matter how you look at it, a new heating or cooling system is an investment in your family’s comfort. There are many factors that determine what kind of system is best suited for your home: the part of the country you live in, your local utility costs, and the construction of your home. You deserve a system that best matches your family’s needs for comfort and energy efficiency.