When we moved into our house, the first winter we lost power one day for nearly the entire day. It was below 20 and it was freezing!
This post is sponsored by Sears Home Services.
Thankfully it was a random outage and the power came back on that night. Even so it’s made me very aware of how important it is to make sure your furnace is working properly before winter comes. Now that we are heading into fall it’s the perfect time to get an HVAC check up from Sears.
Did you know that routine HVAC maintenance helps prevent costly repairs? It can also make your HVAC system more energy efficient. Sears HVAC experts maintain all major types and brands of heating and whole house cooling systems. Some of the services they provide include:
- Furnace maintenance
- Central air conditioner maintenance
- Boiler maintenance
- Heat pump maintenance
- Minisplit system maintenance
- Evaporative cooler maintenance
You can book an $89.99 HVAC Preventive Maintenance Check through 11/5/2016 – sign up here
This is all good news because our furnace is on its last legs and we will need to set this up once we get a new one. We knew the furnace wouldn’t last long, when we bought the house and it started acting a bit funny recently. While it’s a good thing that Sears can do a checkup for us, Dave and I have talked about it and we know that it will better in the long run to replace the furnace all together. Not only will we save money on repairs, we can get something more energy-efficient.
That’s why I’m excited that Sears is offering a great HVAC deal right now:
- Save up to $2,325 on new HVAC systems through 11/15/2016 – check out the deal here
I was also interested to learn that Sears recently debunked a number of HVAC myths. Many I have done myself, including closing vents in unused rooms.
There are also a number of great posts on the Sears Home Services blog to help you get ready for winter:
- 5 Questions To Ask Before Buying A New AC or Furnace
- Quick & Easy Fixes For Home Furnaces
- Heating & Cooling Preventative Maintenance
What about you? How is your furnace looking this winter? Have you ever fallen for any of these HVAC myths?
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