No one likes spring cleaning but you can’t deny it is nice having a clean and organized home going into a new season! Let us take care of cleaning your HVAC system and check out these tips from Good Housekeeping for help with your other spring cleaning to-dos.
Warmer weather is on the way (we hope) which means it’s time to start spring cleaning. The first day of spring is March 20 but there is no time like the present to have your air conditioning unit cleaned.
If not, you should be! After a cold January, you should know exactly how your HVAC system is working. February is the month of love and if your heating system is not up to par, it’s time to find a new Valentine, or at least get yours fixed. 😉 How We Can Help Just call us the […]
If you have a new baby at home, you have probably started childproofing your house, but have you thought about your registers? Keeping kids from removing registers can be a parenting challenge. At Tower Heating & Air, we have found toys, coins, Barbies, truck wheels, uneaten food, and all kinds of things in the vents just below the floor registers. Here are a few tips to help keep your kids safe.
The temperature is dropping and if you are not careful so will the money in your bank account due to high energy bills. Here are a few Tower Tips that will help you and your family stay toasty all winter long, without running up your energy bill.
When the cold temperatures hit, everyone wants to find a way to get warm, including unwanted rodents and pests. Your HVAC system could be the exact destination they are looking for but if you are not trying to house a new pet, here are some ways to keep them out.
Cold weather (or even colder weather) is on the way and if you have a gas furnace, you need to test your CO detector. Keep reading for details on how to test your CO detector and give us a call, 919-755-1957, if you do not have one. We can be right over to install one for you!
It is important to remove your garden hose when you are not using it during the cold weather months.
We will be closed Tuesday, December 25 and Tuesday, January 1 to celebrate the holidays with our families. We hope you have a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!