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Q & A: Making the switch from AC to Furnace Season

The leaves are turning, the temperature is falling, and you are hitting the switch on your thermostat from “Cool” to “Heat”. You might be winterizing your boat, weather-proofing your home, and making other careful preparations to get through another Michigan winter. Before you get started doing anything with your AC unit or Furnace in advance...

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4 Signs Your AC Needs Replacing

If there’s one thing we know for sure it is that we humans have grown accustomed to air conditioning in the hot and steamy Michigan summers! The need to replace a unit is generally quite apparent, as you’ll see in the list below. Keep in mind that repairs to fairly new AC units may still be covered under the manufacturer’s warranty, and routine...

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6 Signs Your Furnace Needs Replacing

The time to replace is now. If you wait until the cold winter to get a new heater, it will take longer & cost more. Today’s furnaces should keep your home warm for 15 to 20 winters. If your furnace is approaching or has passed its 15th year, consider shopping for a replacement now, and consider it a home improvement. The last thing you want is to shiver...

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The Dangers of an Unmaintained Gas Furnace

The experts at Stewart Heating & Cooling want you to know. The biggest danger you face when you have a gas furnace isn’t that it stops working when temperatures plummet. The real dangers happen without you even being aware a problem exists, until the situation turns critical. Thankfully, they can be avoided by proper installation and regular maintenance by...

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Extend the Life of Your Air Conditioner

Extend the Life of Your Air Conditioner We’ve got some simple but often overlooked ways to keep your AC running strong for longer. Most of our tips are from years of experience where we’ve seen the same problems over and over again, most of which are completely avoidable! Do your budget a favor and consider making some future-minded changes to take care...

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