Wisconsin summers are brutal. At Abner Boiler & Heating Company, we specialize in air conditioner repairs, tuneups, and installations in Dane County, Madison, and the surrounding areas. For homes without central air, we highly recommend installing a ductless air conditioner. Our technicians can install one of these units in a matter of hours, providing you with efficient, effective air conditioning when you need it most.
Every summer, as the temperatures rise, so do our utility bills. Trying to beat the heat can be a frustrating and expensive battle. At Abner Boiler & Heating Company, our goal is to keep your home cool and comfortable all summer long. Check out these tips to keep your house cool without breaking the bank.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We’ve got hallelujah hands going on over here at Abner Boiler & Heating Company. Why? We’re rejoicing that warmer weather is creeping into Wisconsin and that sooner or later, we’ll all be able to switch our thermostats to air conditioning. To us, turning on the AC indicates it’s time for outdoor picnics, pool parties, eating watermelon, and summer vacation. We can’t wait!
It’s inevitable: It’s the hottest day of the year in Dane County, and your air conditioning decides to quit. Instead of just sitting in your own sweat hoping for cooler temperatures, call the AC repair experts at Abner Boiler & Heating Company.
May in Wisconsin ushers in warmer weather and the hope of summer months. You are probably already thinking about days at the lake or by the swimming pool. While the summer months are great for outdoor fun, you still want your home to stay cool after a long day in the sun. Abner Boiler & Heating Company of Fitchburg, WI can make sure your home’s air conditioning is prepped and ready to go. If you haven’t already, we recommend scheduling a spring AC tune-up. This preventative maintenance can help you avoid larger repairs; plus, your AC will be ready when you want to turn it on.