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Well, it’s the dog-days-of-summer. Mid-August already. Where did the time go? We hope that you have enjoyed this beautiful summer weather along with us. Especially after that really rough winter last year.
As Autumn approaches, it’s a good time to think about heating season (yes, already!) so we thought we’d share some tips to help you prepare your home for the cooler days ahead.
If your heating system is 15 years-old or more, consider a new one. Things have become much more energy efficient in that time, so conserve resources and money by upgrading. If your system is new enough, it’s very important to remember to have it professionally serviced. You don’t want any surprises when it’s finally time to put the heat on. Also, heating systems produce carbon monoxide as a byproduct of combustion, so getting your system checked is a safety as well. Accuaire Inc. serves many different brands of residential and business heating systems.
- Is your thermostat efficient and in working order? Check that too.
- Clean around your ducts, registers and radiators. Dust and pet hair can inhibit airflow.
- Are you insulated? Do you need more?
- Are your windows well sealed? We’re sure you’ve still got them open now, but when the time comes, you want those tightly sealed to hold your heat in and and keep the cold air out.
We know you don’t want to be thinking about these things when you are probably getting ready to head to the beach, but plan ahead and you;ll be much better off later. Schedule those appointments and make your to-do list!
Did you know power outages have more than tripled in the past decade and outages are not due to weather alone. Mother nature, grid overload and increasing demand all contribute to power outages. In 2010 alone, 4,839 outages affected 26,251,735 people. And the duration of these outages is increasing.
How long can people go without refrigeration, HVAC, sump pumps or other critical systems? 73 million owner-occupied homes are without any back-up power. A back-up generator could be a good investment.
So what is an automatic back-up generator and how does it work? The generator system is simple. The generator and transfer switch work together to monitor utility power 24/7. You do not need to be available to start the system if there is an outage because it will start automatically. The generator sits outside your home or business, just like a central air conditioner, while the transfer switch is located next to the main breaker box. Within seconds of the switch sensing a power loss, the generator starts automatically to restore the power. Conversely, when the original power supply comes back, the generator automatically shuts down and stands by to wait for when it is needed again.
New England winters can be rough, so if you don’t have a generator this might be the time to think about adding one. AccuAire Inc. offers many quality product lines and is always happy to take a look at what you might need for your home or business.
While we hope everybody is still enjoying the rest of their summer, September is just around the corner. It’s never too early to be prepared. Are your heating systems in check?
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AccuAire Inc. is proud to service all different product lines for heating and cooling projects — commercial and residential — in the Boston area.
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We are very pleased and proud to have a staff that includes a team of skilled experts ranging from knowledgeable customer service agents to factory trained technicians who continue their education on all of our equipment each year. We have sent our employees to extensive training courses as well as factory designed hands on educational seminars. We are fully qualified to handle your job and serve Reading, Andover, North Andover, Brookline, Boston, Wilmington, Wakefield and surrounding areas.
As part of our growing advancement in the industry, we are using the latest in computer software to design and implement new technology in our commercial and applicable residential accounts. We are one of the only companies in the area to be factory trained and certified in the design, installation and service of both Yazaki and Servel Chillers and Chiller/Heaters. We have undergone training for all of American Standard, Trane, and York, equipment. All of our employees are licensed, state certified HVAC technicians and are willing to work towards satisfying any of our customers needs.