Kenilworth, NJ (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
The bitterly cold winter months can often result in uncomfortable living conditions, increased energy prices, and diminished peace of mind. The NJ-based heating and cooling company, Meyer & Depew, understands these circumstances, and as a result, offers a number of comprehensive heating plans that can eliminate any furnace malfunctions. Dangerously frigid temperatures have a tendency of surprising their unsuspecting victims. This is why Meyer & Depew provides options such as a precision heating tune-up, preferred client heating plan and assured comfort heating plan. It’s important for homeowners to take timely action and necessary measures to ensure comfortable living conditions throughout a brutally cold winter.
Many forecasters including Accuweather believe the mild wintry conditions we experienced last year were an aberration and that the northeast will fall victim to significant snowfall during 2012-2013 winter season. Accuweather and The Weather Channel predict major cold fronts will align with large storm systems during the winter months of January and February. Forecasters cite the weak to moderate El Niño expected by the fall, which often results in above average precipitation and below average temperatures for much of the east coast. El Niño is an environmental occurrence often associated with a temporary change in climate in the Pacific Ocean. This alteration in ocean temperature will often affect the climate on the East Coast.
Failing to maintain a reliable heating system can lead to uncomfortable and potentially disastrous results. The winter may seem harmless to some, but it can create a great deal of discomfort. The benefits of enjoying a warm home in the company of friends and family can be affected by the harsh wintry cold if the appropriate actions aren’t taken. The best way to guarantee warm comfort inside your home is having a trained HVAC technician perform a system evaluation. Having the heating system regularly inspected is the best way to ensure peak performance. This approach may also help avoid more expensive future repairs that would have been inevitable had the system not been inspected.
“There’s an easy way to avoid situations like these,” said Bobby Ring, President of Meyer & Depew. “If you have an aging heating system that has produced questionable results in the past, or even one that has performed flawlessly, have it inspected before temperatures begin to drop. Consider this approach an investment in your peace of mind.”
In addition, Meyer & Depew installs the energy efficient heating systems that save homeowners money in the long run. This type of replacement has the potential to lower heating bills for years to come.
“Scheduling regular maintenance checkups with Meyer & Depew guarantees uninterrupted cold-weather operations,” Ring said. “A seasonal check-up is a sure-fire way of guaranteeing a warm, comfortable home without any of the stress that goes along with an unheated house.”
Meyer & Depew encourages homeowners to perform their own periodic maintenance checks and to be aware of obvious “red flags.” If the house isn’t being heated evenly or if there are humidity abnormalities, it may be a result of a furnace malfunction. It is also advised to check the quality of the air filter and heat exchanger at the start of the heating season and periodically every few weeks. Meyer & Depew is always available to alleviate these issues as soon as they are notified.
About Meyer & Depew Co.
Meyer & Depew, located in Kenilworth, NJ, provides outstanding heating and cooling solutions to customers in Central and Northern New Jersey. Its team of highly trained technicians install and maintain heating and cooling systems with the highest levels of professionalism and customer satisfaction. President Bobby Ring was recently featured as an HVAC expert on a Dateline story in which he evaluated questionable recommendations made by a number of HVAC technicians.
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