Fall weather in Indiana is beautiful most of the time – but sometimes it can be unpredictable! With the cooler months quickly approaching, you want to be prepared for whatever weather comes your way this season – which is why now is the perfect time to schedule your regular maintenance for your heating and cooling system.
The recent Inflation Reduction Act enacted laws around global warming and established higher minimum standards for heating and cooling efficiency that goes into effect on January 1, 2023, reports Service Plus co-owner, Chris Cunningham. According to Cunningham, “Increased efficiency requirements increase the cost of new equipment; and if your furnace and air conditioning system is over 10 years old or you’ve considered taking advantage of the superior efficiency, reliability, and comfort of a new system, you may want to act quickly.” Add in the expected consumer demand and it’s no surprise the price of heating and cooling equipment is expected to jump over the next year, he adds.
Air conditioning is essential for surviving the sweltering Indiana summers. But most people don’t know what happens inside the unit while it’s keeping your home cool. Two of the most important parts of the air conditioner unit are the condenser and compressor – but what is the difference between them? The experts at Service Plus are here to explain.
I want to introduce to you Patricia, better known as Patty. She has been with us for over two years as a customer service representative. Patty loves her job, providing the best customer service possible to our customers and making them feel like family. Patty says, “I like to make sure they feel taken care of and that we at Service Plus really care about them.”
Summer is almost here and that means it’s time to make sure you’re A/C unit is running efficiently. A well-maintained cooling system can give you the peace of mind that your equipment is reliable and efficient. Avoid that unexpected breakdown by following our warm weather cooling and heating (HVAC) checklist and make sure your family stays cool all summer long.
This time of year, Indianapolis can come with unpredictable weather and changing temperatures. One day it may feel like summer and the next, you’re having to dig your coat from the closet. If you’re living with someone who likes it cooler or warmer than you, you might find yourself dealing with what we call the Thermostat Wars.
Spring is here, and we all know that means it’s time to spring clean your home. Most people are busy dusting their house, doing maintenance on their HVAC, and getting rid of clutter. It’s easy to forget that your plumbing could benefit from some spring cleaning too! Here are a few tips on how to get started cleaning your plumbing and getting your home ready for the new season.
Garbage disposals are an amazing appliance to have. They save you time from putting food scraps in the trash and even help the environment by reducing food waste in landfills. But like any frequently used appliance, it’s important to maintain and clean your garbage disposal to ensure the best performance and reduce the chance of it breaking down. Here are five steps for properly cleaning your garbage disposal.
Historic homes are charming and come with unique characteristics that you can’t find in new builds. With that charm comes many factors to consider to turn your historic house into a comfortable home for your family, especially your furnace. If you’re buying a historic home with a furnace that is more than ten years old, it’s time to replace your system. Below are some tips for buying a new furnace for your historic home.