Most homes in the area use either forced-air furnaces or boilers of some kind to keep warm in the winter. But they’re not the only systems out there, and if you have a different one than the traditional models, you need to find a service that can take care of any problems that are encountered, and that knows your system as well as they know more common ones.
Collier's Comfort Blog: Archive for December, 2017
Winters in our neck of the woods are very cold, and we’re only now just starting to get a taste of it. Your heating system has likely been running regularly for some time now, and daily use will soon be an absolute necessity. The bad news is that it means your heating bills will almost certainly go up, since you’ll be using the system much more than you would in the summer. But just because you’re paying a higher bill doesn’t mean you should pay more than you should, and the good news is that there are3 a number of ways to cut down on high heater bills this winter.