Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
We’ve been fortunate enough as a business to have experienced relatively continuous growth despite the rough economic times we’ve seen. While some luck was involved, it wasn’t nearly a deciding or determining factor in why we’ve grown while other companies have not survived the economic shift.
We believe that, as a business, you’re only as successful as your customers are happy. This has been a driving force behind our customer service policies, as well as a determining factor in the level of quality our services are performed at. We’ve managed to not only keep our head above water these past few years, but we’ve managed to grow. Essentially, there are 2 reasons why.
- Dedication and hard work. We wouldn’t be where we are today if we didn’t have the dedication and loyalty of each and every employee, staff member and technician. Every last one of us here at WC Heating & Air hold a high level of professionalism and take pride in our work. Because of this, each installment, repair or maintenance job is preformed to the highest quality available with a primary focus on long-term customer satisfaction.
- Never compromising quality. Throughout the years we have never faltered on the level of service we provide, and we believe that it has been crucial to our continued success and growth. In fact, over the years, we’ve increased the quality level of our services, as well as the benefits available to our customers.
There are various different ways for a business to keep their heads above water, but these are the ones that we’ve found to work for us.
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Wednesday, June 8th, 2011
When it comes to air conditioning maintenance, there are a couple things you can do at home to keep your AC unit running smoothly. Doing so will help keep your air conditioning system in good working condition and extend the time between necessary tune ups and service repairs.
First of all, you’ll want to make sure that there isn’t anything obstructing the air flow into condensing unit located outside. When air flow is obstructed by leaves, lawn furniture or anything that can prevent air flow, it makes the whole system work harder and increases the chances of individual components within the compressing unity failing and needing replacing.
Secondly, you’ll want to make sure that all of the access panels are properly secured. Rodents and other animals may try to get in for shelter or in search of food and cause some serious damage.
Change any filters regularly. A dirty air filter reduces air flow, increases chances of overheating and component failure. Disposable filters should be replaced, while electronic or electrostatic filters should be cleaned at least once every couple months.
Last, but definitely not least, be sure to have your entire system checked twice a year. Once before summer hits to make sure your air conditioning is clean and up for the challenge that summer brings and again in the fall, to make sure your heater is more than capable of keeping you and your loved ones warm come the dark and cold months of winter.
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Wednesday, June 1st, 2011
Wow, June already. Where has the time gone?
Summer’s here, whether we like it or not, and now we’re stuck having to deal with it yet another year in a row. Luckily, we’ve been posting the last couple weeks on ways to stay cool without breaking the bank this summer, and keeping with that theme, we’re here today with some extra tips and tricks to help keep your home cool this summer without sending your utility bills through the roof.
Close unused air vents. Summer’s here, and that means AC’s all around are switching on. By closing air vents in rooms that aren’t used too often, you can focus the cool air into areas of your home that you’re actually in. No use cooling areas of your home you’re not even in!
Replace incandescent bulbs. If you haven’t already replaced your incandescent light bulbs with their more energy efficient fluorescent counterpart, than it’s probably time you did. Traditional light bulbs generate a good amount of heat, working against your air conditioner, whereas the newer fluorescent bulbs not only use less energy, but generate less heat in the process.
AC System Maintenance. Like all pieces of machinery, your air conditioner needs some TLC from time to time. The longer your AC goes without a tune up, the harder it has to work and the less energy efficient it becomes. Today’s equipment and systems are pretty efficient compared to a few years ago, but that’s only true if they’re maintained. Don’t let your AC go too long without a tune up.
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