With daylight savings giving us another hour of sunlight during the day and the sun more frequently coming out, we’re finally starting to get into higher temperatures this winter, which helps home heating. However, we’re not out of the woods yet, with temperatures overnight still reaching lower levels than we would like. Whether you need a cost-efficient solution to close out this year’s winter or are looking for a solution to bring into the next, Metzger’s Heating and Cooling can provide one with geothermal energy.
At Metzger’s Heating and Cooling, we know that Midwest winters can be rough when temperatures reach into the negatives, and it’s during these times that our team can provide the heating services you need. You can get by with a space heater if your home or work heating isn’t cutting it, but, at the end of the day, a quality heating unit and maintenance to proper upkeep can keep you warmer and save on costs.
It’s about that time in Michigan where we’re pulling our winter clothes out of the closet, piling extra blankets on top of the bed and firing up our furnaces. With cold weather rolling in, many homeowners are concerned about the added cost of heating their homes. On top of this, there’s always the worry that you’ll need an unexpected furnace repair or, even scarier, a complete replacement. In this post, we’re going to give you five tips to keep your winter heating bill down and ensure that your furnace is ready to tackle all of the challenges that the cold weather can throw at it. Continue reading