Post sponsored by Mirum but all opinions are my own.
It’s getting COLD up here in New England. Definitely a bad time for your furnace to go on the fritz! Many common concerns may come up
as your heater or air conditioner begins to decline or require repair. Is your furnace constantly running? Are you adjusting your thermostat constantly? It might be time to repair or replace your HVAC system? Do you know what to look for to decide if your furnace or HVAC system needs a tune-up?
I recommend scheduling an appointment for a “free in-home consultation” for HVAC repair or preventive maintenance with Sears Home Services! Give your HVAC appliances a little TLC. Sears Home Services will help it run as good as new. You can trust Sears Home Services experts to repair, maintain or replace your heating and cooling systems.
Is Your Furnace Failing?
So before the temperature drops too low and snow starts falling, consider calling for an HVAC system tune-up — especially if you notice some of the following telltale signs:
- A cold home and high energy bills
- Clogged air filters
- Soot around the furnace or flickering flames
- A cracked, frayed or sagging belt
- Strange noises from your HVAC
- You haven’t checked your HVAC system in a while
- Your HVAC unit is old and keeps breaking down
Just last winter, our furnace went on the fritz. Of course this would happen when my hubby broke his ankle and was non-weight bearing so he couldn’t go down to the basement to investigate. The furnace would start and then shut right off. I tried a bunch of things he suggested. We called a local service company and they didn’t have time to come out. We weren’t very happy. Then we called Sears Home Services. They came out the next morning. It only took them a few minutes to figure out that we were out of oil. I felt silly, but I was thankful it was a simple fix and we didn’t need to replace the whole furnace. Sears Home Services has a long history in home improvement (in America’s homes over 100 years) and strong professional expertise repairing, maintaining and replacing furnaces and HVAC systems throughout the U.S.
Join the HVAC Savings Program!
Through the HVAC Savings Program ™, every time you pay for HVAC repairs, you earn dollar-for-dollar savings. You can save up money for a new HVAC from Sears. You can save 10% of the purchase price. The best part, it’s free to join and the savings go into your program automatically. The savings NEVER expire! The Savings credits can even be used with other coupons and offers!
You can Save $40 on HVAC Repair and Preventive Maintenance!
Additional charge for filters, parts and labor for repair. Offer good on residential units only. Price valid per condensing or heating unit. Excludes swamp coolers, whole house fans, and geothermal units. Tax not included. Not valid with any other offer. Void if copied, transferred and where prohibited by law. Any other use constitutes fraud. Cash value 1/20c. Coupon code: HVAC40. Offer expires 11/30/18. Through the HVAC Savings Program ™, qualified, paid HVAC repairs and maintenance earn dollar-for-dollar savings towards a future HVAC replacement from Sears, up to 10% of the new unit purchase price, and the savings never expire. For more information, click here.
You can Save $325 on a new HVAC system!
Save $325 on new HVAC purchase of $1,500 or more. Offer expires 02/02/19. Not valid on prior sales or in combination with any other offer. Purchase requirement before taxes and after other discounts and must be made in a single transaction. For more information or to schedule a free in-home consultation, click here.
Take advantage of the Free In-home Consultation!
Has your HVAC system stopped heating or cooling and you think you might need a new one? Schedule your “free in-home consultation”.