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Burgeson's Heating & Air Conditioning Blog

Maintenance Tips from the Pros

 Unless a homeowner's HVAC system breaks down, most ignore it. Don't shorten the life of your HVAC system by neglecting to perform regular maintenance on it. Homeowners can do their part by regularly checking air filters. Additionally, homeowners should establish a regular maintenance schedule with their service contractor to protect their investment.

Creating a Maintenance Schedule for Your Home

 A home is a huge investment. To protect your investment, it's imperative to keep up with frequent home maintenance. You can complete most of these tasks yourself, but might need to contact a specialist for a thorough home equipment inspection. Follow this useful annual maintenance checklist to keep your home in excellent shape.

If it Ain't Broke... Three Ways to Maximize the Life of your HVAC System

 An HVAC system can last a long time if properly maintained. If left unattended, however, it can fail you when you need it most. With El Niño bringing in long stretches of rain, maintenance is of the utmost importance. If you want to avoid replacing your system sooner than necessary, read on to find out what steps you can take to maximize the life of your HVAC system.

Short and Sweet: 10 min Fixes for Your Home

Think 10-minute home fixes aren't possible? Think again. Here are a few home repair tips that'll save you time and money in the long run.

How to Choose a Contractor

 Finding a quality heating and air conditioning contractor is equally as, if not more, important than deciding which brand of equipment to choose. It's imperative to hire an experienced heating and air conditioning expert to asses your home's specific needs. With a comprehensive evaluation of your HVAC system's efficiency, they can choose the appropriate equipment for you. It's best to choose a contractor before an emergency strikes. You don't want to rush this decision.