It’s neither easy nor healthy to work in a building where the indoor temperature is less than ideal. Too warm or too cold environments lead to problems and complaints. But you won’t to worry about any of that if you follow these great tips and tricks to maintain cozy temperatures inside your building. AirWorks, your top heating and cooling specialist, discusses more.
Q: I see it’s getting cold next week; will it be as bad as Chicago last week? A: As much as I would like it to be 30 below because that is sooo good for business, it will probably fall well short of that. Also, being trained in the finer points of heating and air conditioning I find it best to stay out of weather predictions. I do feel for… Continue Reading
Winter scenes look great on holiday greeting cards and calendars, but the cold can be bitter in real life. And, of course, there’s nothing worse than a home without a functioning heating system in the middle of the year’s coldest season.
Q: I see so many brands, what kind of furnace should I get? A: Like so many drug advertizements on TV, you need to ask yourself if EverRest is right for you. Don’t say you haven’t seen them. If the TV screen is lit up it won’t be long before an ad for some drug you can’t pronounce, nor buy without a doctor’s prescription is introduced. I didn’t even know… Continue Reading
Q: My outside heat pump froze up so solid the outdoor fan was hitting the ice. What could have happened? A: With the season in mind, let me start out with a little song that may help explain the situation (it helps to sing it like you mean it)! Frosty the Heat Pump was a very lonely soul, As he sits outside in the ice and snow Working at 20 below…. Continue Reading