Wm. Henderson Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Inc. Blog : Archive for May, 2018

Benefits of Spring AC Maintenance You May Not Have Thought Of

Monday, May 21st, 2018

woman-retro-pointingIs your home’s cooling system all set to handle the summer weather? You might think it is—but unless it has a spring visit from an HVAC technician to give it a complete inspection, cleaning, and tune-up, it will head into the hottest months of the year with some big disadvantages. This can mean extra repairs, unreliable performance, higher operating costs, and shortening the system life.

We’ve often written about the major benefits of keeping up with annual spring air conditioning maintenance and why signing up for one of our maintenance plans is the best way to care for your cooling system year after year. (As well as your heating system!) Today, we’re going to spotlight a few of the benefits of doing routine inspections and tune-ups for an air conditioning that aren’t as well known. Call us to find out more details and to sign up for one of our plans.

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5 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater

Monday, May 7th, 2018

water-heater-maintenanceA water heater that receives regular maintenance and prompt repairs when necessary can last for many years. You’ve probably already had the same water heater working for you since you moved into your current home.

All good things must come to an end, and you will need to replace the water heater at some point in the future when it no longer can do the job it’s supposed to. At first, you’ll think of arranging to have the water heater repaired, but there are signs to watch for that will tell you the best option isn’t to continue with having it fixed but to replace it entirely.

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What’s the Best Summer Setting for a Thermostat?

Monday, May 7th, 2018

thermostat-adjustmentThe thermostat in your home is a device that’s easy to abuse. When it gets hot outdoors, it’s tempting to turn the thermostat down as low as it can go to combat the heat. When it gets too cold, you can just turn the thermostat back up. But this is an energy-wasting approach to handling the thermostat settings, and half the time you’ll either be too hot or too cold. Is there an ideal thermostat setting that will save money and not sacrifice comfort?

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