Are you ready for fall? Or more importantly, is your home?
Many people tend to raise the thermostat between about 70 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit before they go to bed, which, according to a new study, is way above the temperature that’s actually optimal for sleep.
As the seasons begin to change, you will need to notice the cool winds begin to blow. That means that you have to prep your home’s air conditioning for this cooler season. Check out these tips from our HVAC experts:
While many take to the beach, hit the lake, or visit the ranch in the summer, there are plenty of folks who enjoy a nice “staycation” in the comfort of their own home. But is your home comfort really up to par during the summer heat?
With summers arrival, scorching temperatures can be expected. This means that you have to ensure that your air conditioning unit is working all through the summer.
Warner Service has covered the basics of an HVAC system. However, with summers arrival, many people ask about the anatomy of their window and central A/C units. Here’s our breakdown:
Summer months are the most prone to thunderstorms, which is bad news for your HVAC units and plumbing. Did you know that, even when the center of the storm is far away, lightning can strike and effect up to 10 miles in the surrounding area?
Before summer starts in full effect, it’s a good idea to get your home in tip-top shape for Maryland’s sizzling summer. When peak temperatures reach about 90 degrees Fahrenheit, everyone wants to take a dip in the pool, not perform home maintenance. Get ahead of the game with Warner Service’s list of chores to do before summer starts:
Remember that list of spring cleaning chores? Our technicians at Warner Service told you that now is a good time to deep-clean your home windows, turn off the fireplace, dust the light bulbs, store away winter bedding, and test the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.