It’s HVAC tune-up time to be winter ready

cat snuggled up in a warm knitted blanket in a woman's armsOur friends at First American Home Warranty are advising homeowners that now through November 30 is the time to get a fall tune up. Here are their recommendations:

  • Between September 1 and November 30: time to schedule your fall tune up.
  • Between February 1 and April 30: time to schedule your spring tuneup.

First American Home Warranty logo with an bald eagleSo if you have a home warranty—and specifically a First American Home Warranty—you want to be sure this option is included in your policy to help your heating and air conditioning systems run smoothly all year. In addition to being more efficient, doing so will keep your heating and cooling costs down.

If you do not have a home warranty, contact Steve first, because they sometimes offer participating agents discounts not available to the public.

If you need a suggestion for an HVAC technician, I personally or my clients have had great experiences with the companies in my Service Providers list linked below! If you go to Facebook, there’s no telling what you’ll be given.

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