American Standard furnaces have been keeping families warm since 1929. Originally made by the American Standard Company, these furnaces are now manufactured by their parent company Ingersoll-Rand, but in spite of ownership changes, this brand continues to offer high-quality, efficient heating and home comfort.
As summer winds down in New England, it’s time to start thinking about making sure your HVAC system is up to the task of handling the upcoming cold weather.
Here are three secrets we want you to know about efficient heating and how we can help ensure your heating and cooling system is ready to go.
A central air conditioner is essential if you want to be comfortable during the hot summer months, but unfortunately, breakdowns can disrupt your equipment's ability to cool your home. Luckily, you can troubleshoot some of the most common central air conditioner problems on your own.
At N.E.T.R, Inc, we are still open, and we are taking extra precautions to safeguard the health of our clients and our staff during this time. If you need an HVAC repair, please contact us, and we also encourage you to reach out and set up an AC service appointment.
During the summer, you rely on your cooling system to keep you comfortable in your home on hot days. When there’s a problem like a leak or your air conditioner isn’t running properly, it can make summer unbearable. Here’s what you should know about what causes A/C leaks and what you can do about them.
In the dog days of summer when temps are blisteringly hot, most people aren't thinking about turning on their furnaces, but right now is actually the perfect time to think about your furnace.
By preparing your gas furnace for winter now, you avoid the risk of it breaking down when you really need heat, and you also ensure that your furnace is as safe and energy efficient as possible.
The cost of air conditioning in New England’s balmy summers seems to get higher every year as average temperatures increase. Here are some simple and inexpensive ways to lower your cooling bills this summer, and how ductless HVAC can help you maximize energy savings over time.
What's wrong with my gas furnace? Why isn't my furnace working? Can I fix my furnace on my own? Do I need to call a furnace repair person?
At N.E.T.R. Inc, we pride ourselves on excellent customer service, and we want to provide you with the best possible experience, even in the best of times. These days, with the risk of COVID-19, we are especially careful to follow all CDC and Massachusetts state guidelines, and we want you to know exactly what to expect from the day you schedule a consultation until the day you receive your final paperwork and are relaxing in the comfort of your new heating or A/C system, and how we’re working hard to keep you safe.
One of the most common questions we hear from clients is "How often should air conditioning units be serviced?" And the answer is once a year. Ideally, you should have your air conditioning unit serviced in the spring so it's ready for the summer.
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