Heating, Humidifiers, Thermostats, and Air Scrubbers!
These are just a few of Dwyer’s favorite things for the winter season. Spend this winter icing cookies and drinking cocoa, not stressing over your home comfort systems. We’ll take care of the practical stuff, so you can kick your feet up by the fireplace. Schedule your heating inspection. Install a humidifier and air scrubber to improve your home’s air quality. Prep your home for the cold months ahead, and always trust Dwyer to be by your side.
Your heating inspection includes a professional examination by an extensively-trained technician of all system operation and safety components accessible. We make sure your system is ready to keep you warm all season long. It also includes, at no extra charge, examination of the system’s accessories (humidifier, electronic air cleaner, condensate pump, and programmable thermostat) and the water heater.
Dwyer knows how important it is to feel safe and comfortable in your home. That’s why we recommend installing an Aprilaire humidifier. During winter months, properly humidified air can reduce the transmission of viruses like the flu by up to 30%, in addition to reducing asthma flares, and helping you sleep better.
The T10 Pro Smart Thermostat works with Smart Room Sensors to help you adjust the temperature and humidity from anywhere and stay cozy in the rooms that matter. Whether it’s a song belted in the shower or a whispered secret, the air in your home carries oxygen, and circulates memories. This thermostat goes above and beyond, keeping you informed about your home’s air, wherever you are and whenever you need.
Breathe deeply this season knowing your home’s air is as clean as can be. ActivePure® Technology attaches directly to your HVAC system ductwork and removes air pollution and harmful contaminants, resulting in a cleaner, healthier, and more efficient home.
Bursting pipes can lead to ceiling, wall, and furniture damage in your home. When the weather drops below freezing the water can freeze inside the tap and pipes, causing damage and possible bursting. Avoid costly maintenance and repairs by simply shutting off your equipment.
Follow these three simple steps:
1) Disconnect any attached hoses and then turn off the valve inside your house.
2) Open hose bib faucet and let any water left in the line out. You don’t want any water
trapped inside, this leads to bursting pipes.
3) Turn off hose bib, usually leaving it a little cracked in case the inside valve is old
and doesn’t hold 100%.