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.
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.
You love much of what comes with winter—the beautiful snow, snowmobiling, or just snuggling under the blanket with a cup of cocoa. However, what often accompanies these perks of the season is low temperatures and corresponding dry air in your Wisconsin home. When your heating system is constantly running, it’s inevitable that the air in your home with feel dry and stale, which can get old fast.
The cooler months are upon us in Wisconsin. While we may not be in the most frigid parts of winter, you may have already had to turn on your furnace this fall—only to discover it doesn’t seem to be working quite right. Before you need your furnace to be running around the clock, you need to contact our experts at Abner Boiler & Heating Company.
Did you recently move into a Wisconsin home that has a boiler? Or maybe you’ve lived there for a while but have yet to figure out how that beast really works. Well, let our team at Abner Boiler & Heating Company share a few important facts about boilers.
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!
In Dane County, we’re ready for our snow-filled winters to be behind us. March becomes a turning point for locals. We begin to see temperatures rise above 40 degrees and feel the hope of warmer spring weather. But we aren’t quite there yet. Until that day when we can throw open the windows and adjust the thermostat, we must continue to heat our homes.
Has your boiler been causing your home heating issues? Don’t put off boiler repairs or a new boiler installation any longer! The last thing you want is to be caught in a heat emergency in the middle of some brutal Wisconsin winter temperatures. Instead, make it your new year’s resolution to fix your home’s heating problems. Abner Boiler & Heating Company of Wisconsin can help you assess whether your home heating is in need of boiler repair or new installation. We serve the Wisconsin homeowners in Madison, Stoughton, Waunakee, Fitchburg, Sun Prairie, and the surrounding areas. One of our HVAC professionals will gladly come to your home, take a look at your boiler, and give you some suggestions for improving your home’s heat. When working properly, your boiler offers many radiant heating benefits for you and your home, including: Even heating Efficiency Reduced number of allergens Don’t wait until your … Continued
Madison, WI weather is cooling down, and you have likely turned on your heat at this point. If you’ve noticed that your home seems drier than normal after switching over to heat, you may want to consider a whole-house humidifier from Abner Boiler & Heating Company.