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Has Your AC Been Tuned Up for the Summer

If you are like most homeowners, you’d rather spend your hard-earned money on a vacation than on an air conditioner that seems to be working just fine. However, when it comes to something as vital as your cooling system, it is important to invest in a bit of TLC from time to time. AC tune-ups are the best way to keep the cool air flowing all summer long, and they are way more affordable than emergency repairs. Why should you have your air conditioner tuned up for the summer? Here are just a few compelling reasons. Avoid Unexpected Breakdowns … [Read More]

Is your Generator Ready for the Summer?

A standby generator ensures that you will never be without power when disaster strikes. Summer storms often cause power outages, so it is important to make sure your generator is ready for this often volatile season. Is your generator ready for summer? Here are a few tips. Make Sure Your Generator Is Properly Located Whether you already have a generator or you are thinking about having one installed for the first time, make sure it is in the right location. Generators should be installed in protected but well-ventilated environments. Poor air flow and direct heat can cause generators to … [Read More]

Tips to Keep Homes Cool, Reduce Summertime Energy Costs

T.Webber Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric, a family owned and operated home services company serving the Hudson Valley, offers tips to homeowners to prepare for warmer weather and save money on cooling costs this summer. By making some simple habit changes and opting for energy-efficient products, you and your family can reduce your annual energy bill, and subsequently your greenhouse gas emissions. By making some simple habit changes and opting for energy-efficient products, you and your family can reduce your annual energy bill, and subsequently your greenhouse gas emissions. “Up to half of a utility bill can be from … [Read More]

Switch to Natural Gas and earn up to $6150 in Cash Incentives & a FREE Gas Line Installation

If you are a Hudson Valley homeowner who has ever considered converting their heating system from oil to natural gas, now is the perfect time.  For a limited time only, Central Hudson is offering the first 100 qualifying residential customers up to $6150 in cash incentives plus a free gas service line installation (a $4500 value!).  By using T.Webber Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric, a Blue Shield Trade Ally, you can maximize your savings and ensure you receive the full $6150.00 cash incentive. Why should you consider switching your heating system from oil to gas? Natural gas is better … [Read More]

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Many homeowners don’t realize that the air inside their home could be dirtier than the air outside. Indoor air pollution is a big problem that can lead to asthma, allergies and serious respiratory disease. Since most of us spend a significant amount of time indoors, it is important to ensure they we are breathing fresh, clean air. At T.Webber Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electric, we can help. Keep reading to learn more about how to determine the quality of your indoor air and what you can do if it’s not as clean as you would like. Indoor Air Quality … [Read More]

Get Your AC Ready for Summer with Our Pre-Season AC Tune-Up Special!

Making sure your AC keeps you cool all summer long and for years to come requires keeping up with routine air conditioner maintenance. Proper maintenance prevents several problems and provides an opportunity to correct minor issues because they turn into major disasters. At T.Webber Plumbing, Heating, Air & Air Conditioner, we’re excited to announce our pre-season AC tune-up special to get your AC ready for the hot days ahead! Why You Need Professional AC Maintenance Your air conditioner is a complicated system consisting of filters, fins, coils, ductwork and more, all of which require a bit of TLC from … [Read More]

How To Test a Sump Pump

Can Your Sump Pump Handle the Melting Snow & Rain? Winter Storm Stella brought record-breaking snow totals throughout the Hudson Valley. With temperatures finally set to rise this coming week snow and massive snow banks will continue to melt at an increasing rate.  This melting snow combined with recent rainfall can make your sump pump work over time.  Do you know how to test your sump pump to make sure your system is prepared? To test your sump pump and ensure it is functioning properly follow these tips below: Locate the outside drain pipe and ensure it is free … [Read More]

How to Get Your AC Ready for Spring

After a long, cold winter, we’ll finally be seeing some spring-like temperatures soon. While you may not need to crank up your air conditioner for the first time this season for a little while, now is still a good time to start thinking about taking care of some basic maintenance. When your cooling system isn’t used for several months, components can wear out or seize up. Taking care of basic maintenance now ensures that your system will be good to go whenever hot temperatures finally do arrive. Here are a few basic tips for getting your AC ready for … [Read More]

Staying Safe During Winter Storm Stella

As Winter Storm Stella bears down on much of the northeastern US, we’d like to remind our customers to stay safe and warm. Here in the Hudson Valley, we are under a blizzard warning until 6 PM this evening. This storm is expected to bring heavy snow and sleet followed by blowing snow. Temperatures will stay in the mid-20s, and blowing snow could cause visibility of a quarter of a mile or less at times. Whiteout conditions are possible, and area residents are advised not to travel unless absolutely necessary. When possible, the best way to stay safe during … [Read More]

Single Stage, Two Stage or Variable Speed: What Furnace is Right for You?

When it’s time to replace your furnace, there are several factors to consider. One of the first decisions you’ll have to make is whether you want a single stage furnace, a two-stage furnace or a variable speed furnace. Since each of these systems works in different ways, it’s important to understand the differences between them to make an informed decision. Here is some more information on single-stage, two-stage, and variable speed furnaces, along with their differences. Single Stage Vs. Two Stage Vs. Variable Speed Furnaces Single Stage A single stage furnace only has one setting – high. That means … [Read More]

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