September 29, 2021
Fall has finally arrived here in Western Massachusetts, and the days will soon start to cool off. We have plenty to look forward to during the fall season in New England—changing foliage, farm visits, apple picking! Have you begun to prepare your home for the changing season? When the weather starts to cool down, there are a few things you can do to ensure a stress-free winter. Keep reading to see what tips you should follow to have a hiccup-free heating season.
Top 3 Tips for Fall and Winter Preparation in Western MA
1. Get Your Annual Heating Tune-Up.
Before kicking on your heater to keep you cozy through the cold part of the year, scheduling your yearly heating tune-up is essential to making the season goes smoothly. With benefits like increased maximum efficiency to lower heating bills, reduced risk of breakdowns and need for repairs, and improved indoor air quality, you’ll be assured that no matter how chilly the winter gets, you’ll be ready and set to take on the cold.
2. Upgrade Your Heating Equipment.
If your heater is over 10 years old, it’s probably time for a replacement. Older heaters don’t have the same kind of energy efficiency as newer models, so not only is your heater not keeping you as warm as it could be, but it’s also costing you more in your home comfort budget. With a new energy-efficient model, you’ll not only get maximum warmth, energy, and fuel efficiency, but it will also increase the resale value of your home.
3. Sign Up for a Service Plan.
At Surner Heating, we offer several plans to suit your heating and HVAC needs. Service plans ensure priority service and cost savings in your home comfort budget. Plans include advantages like annual tune-ups, discounted service and repairs, delivery, priority scheduling and service, and so much more.
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Contact Surner Heating for HVAC Service or Fuel Delivery in Western Mass
At Surner, getting you ready for the heating season is our priority when fall rolls around. Follow these tips to ensure a stress-free winter. Plus, give us a call if you have any questions or would like to schedule a service or delivery. We would love to hear from you.