Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for December, 2016

Feed the Town in December and Get a Discount!

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

Bartels Heating & Cooling is participating in this year’s Feed the Town initiative in Cincinnati. We want to help folks give back while getting the services they need to stay comfortable all season long.

Simply drop off some non-perishable food with the Bartel’s Heating & Cooling team. We’ll give you $5 off any service call!

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Should You Replace that Older Boiler Already?

Monday, December 19th, 2016

You expect your home’s boiler to last a long time. After all, boilers are not cheap—and that’s because they are made to be durable and to resist corrosion and other issues. The good news is that boilers do last longer than many other types of heating systems.

However, you should not assume a boiler will last much longer than 15-20 years. If your boiler is experiencing issues repairs may be possible. And a good technician will look for the most cost-effective solution first and foremost.

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4 Steps Toward More Efficient Heating

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Everybody wants to save some money, but life’s comforts and necessities come with a cost. Heating, for example, can account for nearly half of your monthly utilities!

These tips can help you save more money on heating over the years, although you may need to make an investment upfront. Call our friendly office staff for more information!

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3 Reasons to Schedule Furnace Maintenance Today

Monday, December 5th, 2016

If your furnace fails in the middle of winter, what will you do? Will you be able to bear the chilly temperatures that hit your home for more than a few hours? In most cases, a call to an emergency heating technician is necessary. But that means unexpected costs and a lot of stress that you were not prepared to deal with.

But when you schedule furnace maintenance each year, you may never have to worry about this possibility. In today’s blog, find out how furnace maintenance makes your life a lot easier.

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