This post about the Dog Days of Summer and Your HVAC System is Brought to you by Sears Home Improvement. All opinions are 100% my own.
Even though kids might be headed back to school, the weather is still soaring in most of the US in August. No one wants to come home from work on a hot 100 degree August Day to find their air conditioning not working. I can remember in our previous home, I had 2 young children, pregnant and our HVAC system decided to die in the heat of the summer.
We were looking for a new home and were trying to hold on to the system instead of replacing it. That was a big mistake. With hot summer days in Virginia, not having a working AC can awful. I learned you need to find a reliable company to do yearly HVAC checks and give advice you can trust about whether to repair or replace your unit.
Be sure to do some research and ask a lot of questions to be sure you are educated on which type of HVAC unit is right for you .
We replaced all of our HVAC equipment when we moved into our home 10 years ago, and just this summer I realized I have not had them serviced. I will be scheduling Sears Home Improvement to come out to check it in the coming weeks and will report back about our experience.
If you are behind in your HVAC maintenance be sure to schedule your free in-home consultation from Sears Home Improvement. They offer customers with flexible scheduling option. They will explain your options so you are not overbuying for your home and needs.
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