GRmetro Heating and Cooling Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Georgetown’

Are You Ready to Say Adios To Your AC?

Monday, August 19th, 2019

There are plenty of ways to say it: “Goodbye!”, “Adios”, “Au Revoir!”, but no matter how you say it, eventually, you will need to face the idea that at some point, you are going to have to say goodbye to your air conditioner. Sure, we understand that letting go isn’t always easy, but sometimes it is much-needed! This is especially the case if you are still operating an older or outdated air conditioning system.

Fortunately, there are plenty of signs that suggest it’s time to upgrade your HVAC system in Georgetown, MI, and below, we have listed a few of them for you. All you’ve got to do is keep reading to find out more! (And of course, remember to contact our team for all your AC needs!)

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Is it Time For a New AC?

Monday, August 5th, 2019

As we always say here at GRmetro Heating & Cooling, HVAC systems are a lot like cars. In order to function properly, they require routine maintenance throughout the entirety of their lifespan. It would be pretty reckless to never change the oil on your car and expect it to drive you safely and efficiently, right? That being said, as many of us have experienced, both cars and AC units don’t live forever. They can grow old and start causing problems that soon make them more of a hassle than they’re worth.

Would you make the decision to get rid of your car without your mechanic’s opinion? Of course not! Before deciding to replace your old unit, you should schedule a check-up on your HVAC system in Georgetown, MI. The purchase of a new air conditioner can be a major investment. Make sure you’ve spoken to one of our professional technicians to ensure you’ve got all the right information when making a big decision like this.

Do you think it’s time to replace your air conditioner? Let’s find out.

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Prepare Your Home for Cold and Flu Season

Monday, December 25th, 2017

woman-sneezesCold and flu season is in full force, and you may or may not have already been hit. That doesn’t mean you won’t get sick again, of course, and keeping that heating system running nonstop throughout the season isn’t helping.

As you run your heater, it sucks in air from around the home. While it does, it can bring in contaminants, including viruses and bacteria that can make you ill. In fact, the quality of the air inside of your home can be a lot worse than the quality of the air outdoors. Prepare your home for cold and flu season with these tips!

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