Is that a big sigh I hear? A sigh of relief because it’s the first day of Fall and for the most part, the heat and humidity are behind us until next year. It is a great season, especially in Michigan. Not only is the weather more enjoyable, but the state’s forests and lakes give us a spectacular color show that is among the best in the nation.
While there is much to like, the change in seasons means you have to be prepared. The Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting it’s going to be colder and wetter than normal. You could be turning on the heat sooner than usual. Now is the time to call Kotz Heating, Cooling & Plumbing to schedule your all-important furnace tune-up. The benefits of routine maintenance are well established:
- More efficient operation means lower utility bills
- Your home will be more comfortable
- HVAC systems will last longer
You could even get your furnace tune-up for free. It’s our monthly giveaway for September 2017. Just stop by the Kotz plumbing showroom at 5806 Dixie Highway in Waterford and register to win. We’ll have a free cookie waiting for you when you arrive.
As important as maintenance is, there can come a time when it is a losing proposition. Replacing your old system can often make more sense than another expensive AC repair or furnace repair. Right now, Trane has a special offer to replace that old air conditioner using R-22 Freon™ refrigerant. Call Kotz to learn the details.
Despite the upfront cost, an AC or furnace replacement can actually make your monthly budget look better. Efficient new units can cut your utility bills by 30% or 40%. Not to mention the reliability and peace of mind that comes with new heating and air conditioning.
So, breathe that sigh of relief and enjoy the crisp fall weather. Just make sure you also call Kotz Heating, Cooling & Plumbing to make sure you are prepared. You know autumn will be followed by another Michigan winter. The last thing you want is a holiday gathering ruined because of a breakdown requiring an emergency furnace repair or furnace replacement when you have a house filled with guests.