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June 22 Was National HVAC Tech Day

As the days start to get warmer and warmer, it is a perfect time to recognize our HVAC technicians. June 22nd was National HVAC Tech Day and we are sharing a few reasons why these technicians deserve some love.

Are you curious about what it takes to be an HVAC tech? Dan Robbins from toughnickel.com has been in the industry for 22 years and has some great insight into the HVAC world.

Many of us are not sure when to call an HVAC pro or when certain problems can be dealt with on our own. This article by Sears Home Services will help you decipher those situations.

Spring is finally here and our service center wanted to remind you it is time to schedule your Spring clean and check!

General Heating and Air Conditioning is your go-to source for HVAC needs all around Dane County. We have a fleet of vans that operate Monday-Friday, 8 AM-4 PM. These vans are stocked with commonly used parts.

Carrier Furnace

It’s winter. The last thing homeowners want when they see their furnace is to see a puddle of water leaking from it. When this happens, panic tends to settle in. However, this is not an end all case.

Carrier Furnace

It’s winter, and you’re chilled. Wisconsin winters are no fun without the heat. The last thing you want is for your furnace to be blowing cold air. Here are some possibilities as to why your furnace might be blowing cold air that you can check and possibly fix yourself.

January may be winding down, but these ideas for home maintenance are good long into the next months to come. These are tasks that likely shouldn’t take you super long, but you will reap the benefits. Bonus: They have safety benefits as well.

Carrier Furnace

You smell something, and you aren’t quite sure what it is. Your nose leads you to your furnace, and now you are just puzzled as to why your furnace is making a burning smell. What could be wrong?

High home-heating bills pack a real punch into household budgets across the United States each winter. They consistently pose a special challenge for people who rely on fixed incomes or live paycheck to paycheck.