You wake up excited to enjoy a cozy winter weekend day inside the warm house, but it feels pretty cold in the house. Perhaps you're just chilled because you got out of the nice warm bed.
You check the thermostat. The house temperature reads 60 degrees. "Hmm. That's odd," you think to yourself. You go ahead and try to set the thermostat warmer. It isn't working. Then it hits you, the heat is out.
Today of all days for the heat to go out; the coldest day of the year according to the weatherman.
Of course, you need it to be fixed right away, but could you have done anything to help prevent it from going out in the first place?
In Southeastern Michigan you can utilize Michigan HVAC Pros to learn great preventative tips for your heating and cooling equipment. The site even offers information about local Michigan HVAC service providers -- what to look for when hiring a professional, and even energy saving tips.
Check out MichiganHVACpros.com.
Posted by Nick Venturella