The holidays are just around the corner, and that means winter is too. Important items to add to your winter preparation list.

The holidays are just around the corner, filled with friends, family, hot wassail, loads of turkey and perhaps the not so welcome winter chill. Forecasters are predicting a frigid winter this year for the Great Lakes region, which includes our great state of Ohio. When preparing your winter “to do” list you might want to add the following items (not so much fun as prudent): Check the batteries in your Carbon Monoxide Detector – This little plug-in device can literally be…

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Bucking the Trend This Summer

Well, we are half way through the summer and we finally have caught a break from the heat and humidity. June through the middle of July was hot and wet and the garden (and weeds) took off! Our warmest day was July 17th (95 degrees).  The average daily high was 88 degrees.  With the cool down here at the beginning of August, we can enjoy the Ohio weather. When it’s good it’s great! With all that rain last month, a…

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4th of July Savings From Jennings

Rain and Heat, everything we need to make the garden grow as well as the weeds! All the humidity makes the temperature feel warmer than it would seem otherwise. A properly sized air conditioner will pull gallons of water out of your home on just such a day. If you notice any water on the floor around your furnace it may be caused by a leaking coil or plugged drain and you would want to call for service. When you…

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Finding Better Cooling Solutions In May

Time to spring into action! Yes it is time to change the oil in the lawnmower, get new mulch and have your air conditioner tuned up! Our Air Conditioner Tune-up special is in full swing for just $89.00. An air conditioner tune up can reduce your operating costs as well as extend the life of your unit. When your Jennings Heating technician arrives for your air conditioner tune-up, please feel free to ask him any questions you may have regarding…

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Bring on The Heat!

Caring for your home comfort systems. Two of the most important things you can do to care for your whole house air conditioner is: change your filters at least twice a year and schedule a preseason air conditioning tune-up. Filters should be changed at least once in the spring and once in the fall. If your filters become plugged it increases the amount of energy required to operate your furnace and air conditioner. Plugged or dirty filters can damage your Air…

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March is a great time to begin thinking Air Conditioning!

Spring is approaching, the birds are coming back, and each morning their singing lets us know we made it through the long dark! Don’s running his Air Conditioning Service Special so you can be ready when the weather breaks. Because a home heats and cools differently you will want to adjust your air registers once cooling season arrives. Hot air rises so your home needs more air flow to the upper levels during cooling season to offset the additional heat…

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Great News About Rebates from Mike

The President & Congress have retroactively extended the HVAC 25C tax credit. This includes equipment purchased in 2012 as well as the upcoming 2013 calendar year. We have mailed notifications to our customers that qualify for this tax credit for purchases made during the last year. At Jennings Heating we want our customers to be aware of all the money savings offers that affect their purchases. Energy Saving Tips From Mike Well the days are getting longer and after this…

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Happy New Year – Mike Foraker

Happy New Year, I hope all had a great Christmas Season! Our #1 energy saving tip for 2013 (best bang for your dollar) is an energy saving programmable thermostat. Depending on your lifestyle habits including work schedules, bedtimes etc. a programmable thermostat can save from 5% to 11% on your energy bills. As for utility costs, natural gas continues to be 40% to 60% less expensive than most other sources for heating in the Northeast Ohio Area. Questions remain concerning…

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Home Energy Savings

Common Home Problems and Solutions Is your home cold, drafty, or uncomfortable? Do you have high energy bills? Ice dams? Peeling paint? Excessive dust? Addressing these types of home problems can make your home more comfortable, and at the same time improve it’s energy efficiency saving you money on utility bills and helping to protect the environment too. High Energy Bills High utility bills in summer and winter can often be traced to air leaks in your home’s envelope, inefficient…

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Weatherizing Your Home

The federal government recommends that homes be weatherized in order to reduce the amount of energy needed for heating and cooling. While weatherization is underway, however, steps should also be taken to minimize pollution from sources inside the home. In addition, residents should be alert to the emergence of signs of inadequate ventilation, such as stuffy air, moisture condensation on cold surfaces, or mold and mildew growth. Additional weatherization measures should not be undertaken until these problems have been corrected….

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