Got Heating Questions? We’ve Got the Answers!
While the benefits of an efficient heating system in Crown Point, IN, and the Chicago Southland are evident to most homeowners, you may have questions about furnace installation, maintenance, and best practices. With 70 years in the climate control business, Merts Heating & Air Conditioning experts are here to answer your questions.
What Kind of Heating System Is Best for My Home?
If you are building a new home or replacing the heating system in your current place, you may wonder what type of heating system will work best for you. We offer a variety of gas furnaces that have a range of efficiencies and heating capabilities. A bigger financial investment upfront may mean greater savings on your gas bill over time. For heating installation, Merts technicians can evaluate your needs and make a recommendation based on your unique situation.
Can I Maintain My Heating System Myself?
When it comes to getting furnace repair, Crown Point and Chicago Southland residents know to call a professional. However, you may be tempted to cut costs by performing yearly furnace maintenance yourself. Proper furnace maintenance is critical to efficient and safe heating and requires specialized knowledge and equipment. Over time, gas furnaces that are not maintained by a professional may experience leaking carbon monoxide.
How Do I Choose a Company for My Heating Needs?
When choosing a company for residential HVAC service, it’s important to check the company’s credentials, pricing, and reputation. All reputable companies should be licensed and certified according to the industry standards for your area. Merts Heating & Air Conditioning has built a stellar reputation with customers in the Crown Point and Chicago Southland area since 1952.
How Do I Get the Most Out of My Heating System?
Keep your furnace maintained to keep it running smoothly and efficiently each winter. Other simple steps you can take for further efficiency are turning your thermostat down when you leave the house and closing doors to rooms you aren’t using.