Your home’s HVAC system is the most important part of your indoor safety and comfort, and it’s critical that it works constantly and efficiently — especially in our unique climate. Cheaper is most definitely NOT better when it comes to annual HVAC maintenance. What Is the Cost of an HVAC Tune-Up? It is hard to Read more
We get it…it’s cold outside. With frigid temperatures all too common day after day in the U.S. Midwest, it’s often tempting to run your HVAC system without hesitation. However, by implementing just a few energy saving measures, not only can you save money on your utility bills, you can also keep your home even more Read more
Saving energy can do more than just save you money, it can also help you keep your home at a more comfortable temperature year-round. At Sedgwick, we’re proud to announce we’ve partnered with Google to help homeowners conserve when and where it matters most. Nest Protect Deals When you buy a high-efficiency Lennox furnace at Read more
There are a few simple ways to tell it’s summer in Minnesota: the flowers are in full bloom, the muggy air is heating things up and there are hordes of cars headed north every Friday afternoon. Minnesotans migrate to cabin country on summer weekends, and most people with lake homes rely on an HVAC system Read more
As we move closer to the harsh chill of winter, modern home heating systems become more and more necessary. Many people overlook the convenience of today’s home comfort technology. That’s because the best heating solutions are the ones you don’t realize exist. Things haven’t always been so automatic. It has taken millennia of advances to Read more
In Minnesota, temporarily losing the heating in your home can be an uncomfortable – and sometimes dangerous – experience. The most important thing you can do is remain calm. Even if temperatures outdoors fall, there are ways to conserve heat and maintain a warm home before our team arrives to provide emergency furnace repair service. Read more
Winterizing your home doesn’t always have to include plastic wrap on the windows. In fact, there are numerous – more sustainable – measures you can take to winterize your home. We’ll start from your home’s exterior and work our way into your home’s interior. Cut down low-hanging branches that are close to your house; we’re Read more
One of the most cited ways to save money on energy bills is by investing in a programmable thermostat. If you choose to make the switch to a smarter thermostat this summer, you will need to make some decisions about what features and functions are most important to you.