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 Tips in an AC Emergency

It’s inevitable that your air conditioner won’t give you problems until the hottest day of the year. It’s difficult to manage without AC in Wisconsin during the months of July and August. As your air conditioner struggles to keep up with the rising temperatures, you may find yourself in a tizzy, not knowing who to call to get the problem fixed. Well, don’t let the heat get to you. Instead, use these three emergency AC tips from Abner Boiler & Heating Company of Wisconsin.

Spring HVAC Tune-Up & Repairs

March offers a mixed bag of weather in Dane County, Wisconsin. Come March 20, most WI residents are ready to welcome spring temperatures. While you still may have a few weeks before flipping your thermostat from heating to cooling, now is a good time to schedule your spring preventative HVAC tune-up. Here’s what you can expect from air conditioning maintenance or repairs from Abner Boiler & Heating Company.

How to Lower Your AC Bills

The end of July and beginning of August typically bring the hottest temperatures of the year to Wisconsin. To beat the heat, most people turn their air conditioning up to full blast. Unfortunately this often results in an expensive electric bill.