Guess who is here?
With it comes all of the fun stuff we love to experience during the holidays...
Music, yummy food, skiing, sledding, building snowmen, and yes...Hallmark movies!
That is just the beginning of a long list of things that are really fun in the winter months.
You know what isn't fun?
A furnace that decides to stop working.
Sometimes, it happens. You've done everything you can, and it just happens.
Other times there is something that could have been done ahead of time, so that the emergency of having no heat doesn't become your reality.
One of the ways you can help reduce the chance that you'll have to make an emergency call to our team, is having a routine furnace maintenance check-up performed by a licensed professional.
Have you done that yet this winter?
If not, now is a great time to make the appointment.
Give our team a call today at 716-679-0080.
We would be honored to help you spend time playing in the cold outside, instead of experiencing it inside.
December is just around the corner.
Around that same corner will come colder air for longer stretches of time.
If you haven't scheduled a routine furnace maintenance check-up yet, don't delay.
Just like you have the oil changed in your car, visit the dentist twice a year, and the doctor for an annual visit...your furnace needs timely TLC to help it run more efficiently.
Give our team a call (716-679-0080) to schedule your appointment today.
Don't wait until it's an emergency if you can prevent it from becoming one.
In the days leading up to Thanksgiving, your "to do" list will grow.
Why not be able to cross one item off the list before the end of the week?
If you haven't had a licensed professional do a routine maintenance check-up on your furnace this season, give us a call at 716-679-0080, to schedule yours today.
Take some of the guesswork out of the holiday, enjoy time with your family and friends, without constantly wondering about the current status of your furnace.
It would be our honor to do for you, what we do best...
See you soon!
-Your friends at Gugino Plumbing, Heating, & Air Conditioning
We know it can seem overwhelming to navigate a purchasing decision.
A new or used car. A new appliance for your kitchen. A new phone or computer.
Are you in need of a new furnace?
How do you even begin to make sense out of all of the options?
We think it starts with a trusted relationship.
There will always be options, brands, and prices to choose from.
Making sense out of it depends on having someone you can trust to walk you through it.
We would be honored to visit with you if you need a new furnace.
You can set up a FREE in home consultation, and we can talk over your options.
We've even created a word that represents the process.
That moment when you are overwhelmed with joy realizing that you can make your home comfortable all while being affordable.
When you are ready, we are here for you.
We look forward to talking with you, soon!
The shift in weather means turning furnaces on again.
Here are three important things to consider this fall:
Our team at Gugino Plumbing, Heating, & Air Conditioning can help you with all three!
We clean ductwork.
We service, sell, and install furnaces.
We have the Trane Clean Effects system.
Look at what it can do:
If you are interested in learning more about any of these products and services, our team would love to speak with you, soon.
You can reach us at 716-679-0080.
Excited to see the new sign go up!
Fantastic craftsmanship by Cody Britton and his team at Southpaw Signs & Stripes.
Thank you, Cody!
Trane XR13 Air Conditioner
Trane XR16 Air Conditioner
Trane XR17 Air Conditioner
As winter nears an end over the next several weeks, we have something you may want to start to think about.
Preparing for next winter.
"Hey, woah...slow your roll!"
We can almost hear you saying that, and we don't blame you. Here's the thing, though. It would be a really good idea to start planning ahead for the things you could do to make your house more heat efficient during the long winter months.
Think about what we've been experiencing lately. The bitter cold spell showcases the areas in our home we wish we had done something about before it got cold.
Specifically, drafts. The ones that come from gaps, cracks, and opening in your home's foundation. They could also be coming from windows that are letting air in around their frame. Or how about doors that have older seals, where you feel a draft on those cold, windy winter nights.
All of these things are able to be addressed, but it starts with three very important steps. Do these steps now, and you'll be much happier when next winter rolls around.
1. Research: Don't just slap a band-aid on a broken leg. What does that mean? Do your research. Read. Ask questions. Have a professional take a look at the area you are trying to fix. Proper preparation before the fact will help remove much of your band-aid fix frustration that doesn't solve the problem later.
2. Save: Start setting aside money each month to put towards those projects. Let your research dictate what that number is, and then commit to start saving now. Let's say you need $250 to fix something. It's much easier to swallow when you set aside $50 a month for 5 months, vs. staring at that bill on a cold night in November when it says $250, and you have to come up with it on the spot.
3. Schedule it: Get your project on the calendar. Pick an "end date". That means, pick a date when your project will be completed and paid for, so that you aren't up against the clock, and unpredictable Mother Nature. That will help you be able to research and save, with a completion goal in mind.
Let's face it, WNY winters are no joke. Getting ahead of them is the best case scenario for making the most of them. These tips will help you and your family enjoy that time instead of running around trying to slap together a make-shift fix on a budget you didn't account for.
Done with preparation and planning, you can get the most out of winter, instead of it getting the better of you.
Let us know if you have any questions along the way.
Our team at Gugino Plumbing, Heating, & Air Conditioning has been around a while (since 1973 actually), and we know a thing or two about heating efficiency. It would be our honor to put that knowledge to work for you so you can sit back and enjoy winter, while we do all the work.
Why A Blog?
Because we care about you. We'll post tips on how to care for & keep up with everything plumbing, heating, & air conditioning. We'll also share design ideas so that you can start game-planning the Kitchen or Bath of your dreams! And if you get stuck…we're here for you. Anytime. THANK YOU for your continued trust and confidence. It's our honor to serve you!