The Pros and Cons of Radiant Floor Heating

As much as we hate to say goodbye, summer is on its way out of town here in Madison, Wisconsin, and even though the cold months are ahead, we still have plenty to look forward to. Fall weather brings pumpkin patches and autumn festivals, and the winter months bring family holidays and cozy gatherings. If you’re looking to make your Wisconsin home even more cozy this season, consider installing radiant floor heating for an extra luxurious home feature. Our team at Abner Boiler & Heating Company is experienced in working with this popular trend and will help you achieve this comfortable and clean living.

Summer Air Conditioner Tips

Summertime in Wisconsin means days out in the sun, afternoons on the lake, and watching your energy bill go up as your air conditioner struggles to cool your home. Whatever type of air conditioner you have, you don’t want it to be working harder than it should, so our team at Abner Boiler & Heating Company has compiled a list of tips so your home will stay cool all season long.

Is It Time to Replace Your AC Unit?

It has been a very long and brutal winter here in Madison, Wisconsin. We thought the snow would never stop falling. But hallelujah, it finally did, and with the warm weather comes the need to cool your house for the summer. Is your AC unit up for another hot summer? Or is it time for an upgrade? Our team at Abner Boiler & Heating Company has put together a checklist to help you decide whether to tune up your unit or say goodbye to make room for something new.

3 Ways to Lower Your Utility Bills This Spring

The weather this time of year in Wisconsin can be a roller coaster at best. One day you’ll be flirting with spring-like temperatures, and the next day you’re back to winter coats. However, spring is almost here, and with it comes the promise of warmer temperatures and then those blessed summer months. Despite the ups and downs, you can still do a few things to lower your heating bills this spring. Consider these tips from our pro team here at Abner Boiler & Heating Company.

Don’t Forget to Service Your HVAC

The holiday season is in the air, and many people already have Christmas on the brain. Most likely, you’ve already turned up the heat in your home to offset the cooler temperatures outdoors. But before things get too frigid in Wisconsin, be sure to call Abner Boiler & Heating Company to schedule your annual HVAC maintenance.

Heat Your Home on a Budget

Winter in Dane County, Wisconsin, isn’t for the faint of heart. Temperatures can easily dip into the teens during the winter months, which often makes it difficult for your home’s heat (and your budget) to keep up. Our team here at Abner Boiler & Heating Company wants to offer a few tips on how to heat your home without going broke this winter.

Cool Your Wisconsin Home on a Budget

Summer can certainly heat things up in Dane County, WI, but that doesn’t mean your home (or your utilities budget) has to follow suit. Our crew at Abner Boiler & Heating Company put together these few tips for those hot days when you just need some relief from the heat—but you don’t want to go broke in the process.

Why Schedule AC Maintenance this Spring?

Spring tends to be a busy time of year. You have taxes to file, summer sports teams forming, school events, vacations to plan, and much more. In the midst of all the hubbub, don’t let some of the things on your home to-do list get lost in the shuffle. In fact, now is the time to schedule your spring air conditioning maintenance with Abner Boiler & Heating Company. “Why should an AC tune-up be on my priority list?” you ask. Well, let our team share a few reasons why you may not want to overlook this important service call.

The 4-1-1 on Water Heaters

Most people don’t give much thought to their water heaters—until they stop working. That first ice-cold shower can come as quite a shock to the system. At Abner Boiler & Heating Company, we think it’s important for homeowners to understand what a water heater does and how it can best be maintained so that you can do your best to avoid emergency situations. Here’s what you need to know.