5 Indoor Improvement Projects for Your Copiague, NY Home for Winter

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Are you like most people who spend most of their time indoors? Fortunately, you can break the ice by doing something inside your home these freezing months. Here are five (5) home improvement projects you can work on indoors that will not leave you in the cold. Work on the Floors Old and worn out  … Read more

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) Ratings Explained

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Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) Ratings Explained

Whether you are using a furnace or boiler to heat your Copiague, NY home, it is crucial to determine its efficiency by AFUE. What does it mean and why is it important? To clear your questions in mind, All Weather Temperature Control, Inc. offers a handy guide about AFUE – its meaning and importance. Continue  … Read more

Most Common Furnace Issues to Look Out For

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Most Common Furnace Issues to Look Out For

Is your furnace acting up? Do not panic! Since your furnace stayed off for a few months, it might be having mechanical and operational difficulties which our specialists at All Weather Temperature Control Inc., can help you understand. Below are the top furnace problems that Copiague, NY homeowners commonly experience. No Heat Furnace The advent  … Read more

Top 10 Water Boiler Problems and How to Fix Them

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Top 10 Water Boiler Problems and How to Fix Them

  Maintaining your water boiler is necessary for dealing with the cold. At All Weather Temperature Control, Inc., we can keep your water boilers in best condition with a comprehensive preventive maintenance plan. But first, learn the ten common water boiler problems and ways to fix them through this post. Leakage Your boiler leaks water  … Read more

Fall HVAC Maintenance Checklist

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Fall HVAC Maintenance Checklist

Cooler weather is finally here to take its place. With the advent of fall, it is time to start dealing with the maintenance needs of your heating and cooling system. Here is a complete HVAC maintenance checklist to follow this fall season. Clean around your outdoor unit. Maintain a 2 to 3 feet clearance from  … Read more