Friday, July 31, 2015
A lot of homeowners in Cleveland, OH, particularly men, like to take care of chores that involve fixing. Whether it’s a clogged drain or broken furniture, they would volunteer to fix these things to showcase their abilities. The problem with this is that not all DIY fixing works. In fact, oftentimes, trying to play expert may lead to costlier damage. Air conditioning repair is one of those tasks that men of the house are very likely tempted to do by themselves. Not that giving it a try before calling an HVAC technician is wrong, but with the summer close to its peak, you cannot risk losing your AC altogether just because you want to know what it’s like to troubleshoot the equipment.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
R.J. Mechanical, a heating and cooling company based in Cleveland, now helps customers get financing through Wells Fargo so that they can start upgrading their HVAC home systems. With this financing option for home improvement, customers have a simple and fast way to pay for the services needed so that they can have the newest HVAC systems installed. Through this mechanism, customers will have easy-to-use options for account management and bills payment. They will also be able to manage their money conveniently because of the monthly payments, opportunity to pay for the work over time, and competitive interest rates.
Sunday, July 26, 2015
R.J. Mechanical, a heating and cooling company based in Cleveland, OH, is proud to announce that it has received its certification as a Columbia Gas Heating System Replacement Program Ally. The program enables the company to provide rebates for clients who will have their old boilers or furnaces replaced. Through the Heating System Replacement Program, Columbia Gas of Ohio partners up with different heating and cooling contractors to provide discounted heating system replacement services. The replacement must be performed by certified partners (called “Allies”). The objective is to make it easier for people to replace their existing heating systems with more efficient versions, which will help them save more on energy bills in the long run and also help reduce the impact to the environment.
Thursday, July 2, 2015
Last April, analysts predicted higher temperatures and hotter-than-normal weather in Cleveland. Forecasters from AccuWeather predicted that the summer here in Cleveland will be slightly warmer than last year’s, with temperatures reaching as high as 90 degrees, a far cry from the cold spring that gripped the state months ago. Among the biggest concerns of most homeowners is how to efficiently keep their home cool amid the higher temperatures expected this summer. Aside from air conditioning units, HVAC experts recommend investing in heat pumps, which, contrary to what its name suggests, can be used both during summer and winter.