New York, NY (PRWEB) January 06, 2014
Fox2Now.com published an article on January 2nd, entitled "Business Warming Up for Heating and Cooling Companies." The article revealed the increasing need for heating companies given the frigid temperatures spreading across the United States. Bearing this in mind, HVACED.com (or HVAC Education) urged consumers to contact their local HVAC professionals to have heating systems checked out before the incidence of a winter storm. HVACED.com believes that doing so will not only ensure optimum performance of heating equipment, but will also avoid the long lines and waiting periods described in the Fox article.
Patrick Clark, in his Fox2Now.com article on heating and cooling companies, described the increase in business for heating companies following the massive winter storm spreading across the United States. While companies at this time of year typically expect around 30 calls from consumers, HVAC-trained professionals report upward of 100 calls. Professionals went on to encourage consumers to lower thermostats by several degrees to increase savings.
HVAC Education acknowledged the need for regular maintenance appointments with heating and cooling professionals to ensure optimum performance of HVAC equipment. A professional who has attended trade school for training in the industry is equipped to identify any issues or troubles that will plague consumers down the road—issues that may not be immediately evident to a homeowner or inexperienced individual, and that may cause discomfort in the midst of a cold front or storm. Regular maintenance will assist in keeping HVAC systems working properly, and will help homeowners avoid the rush for emergency HVAC work.
Patrick Clark is an on-air reporter for Fox 2 Now, a television and online network serving Illinois. Clark has worked as a reporter for over ten years, citing a love for travel and seeking interesting stories as the driving force in his work.
HVAC Education urged readers to engage in regular maintenance of their heating systems, particularly if a storm or cold front is expected. Preventative action will assist homeowners in avoiding long waits for emergency HVAC services, resulting in less discomfort during freezing temperatures. HVAC maintenance should be performed by an individual or company with proper HVAC training in order to diagnose any bugs or red flags that may not be immediately evident to someone unfamiliar with the ins and outs of heating and cooling systems.
HVACED.com is an online source of news articles and tips regarding the proper use of HVAC equipment, as well as providing information regarding HVAC education and training.