It Happens To Everyone

Regardless of how old your home or home heating system is, there will come a time when it needs to be repaired or maintained – or both. The business of County Wide Service Company knows the ins and outs of Floresville heating repair as we have been in business since 1960. For many people, that is beyond their memory, and is only a point in time! But for the service technicians at County Wide Service Company it is a point where the commitment to delivering quality heating repair service began. Think about it. The year 1960 was 47 years ago. Almost a half a century. There are not many national companies that have been in business that long, let alone a local company. Another indication of how much of an achievement 47 years is to the residents of Floresville is that it is a service company, not simply a business that sells a product to be shipped all over the country. It is a very personal way of doing business to each and every one of their customers. Because every home will at one time or another needs the services County Wide offers, it is best to develop a long...

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Floresville Heating Repair

It’s still not too late to get your home heating system tuned up for the cold winter that is months ahead, but don’t delay! If you’re looking for a top quality Floresville heating repair company, then you need look no further than County Wide Service Company, based in San Antonio. Founded by Richard Neil in 1960, this family owned company has been serving the area with distinction for literally decades. You will be hard pressed to find another company in the area that can even come close to matching County Wide’s level of expertise and world class customer service. Some of the company’s 30+ employees have been with them for decades, so when you call County Wide for an estimate or for service, you can be sure that you’re getting a top quality technician with years of experience under his belt and a company that stands behind their work. They’re authorized Carrier dealers too and, if you didn’t know it, Carrier is the company that essentially invented modern heating and air conditioning. So if you’re looking to have a new system installed, not only can you rely on the folks at County Wide to do a first rate job, but...

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Schedule Your AC Installation with a Reliable HVAC Company

Are you ready to say goodbye to your old air conditioner and upgrade to a new, better, and more efficient model? If so, we can help you find the best system to meet your needs. As the leading choice for cooling service Schertz locals trust, we work hard to make sure our customers are satisfied with the services we provide them. Here’s what you need to know: The size of the system is really important! Both oversized and undersized systems are very inefficient and don’t run through the proper cooling cycles. Our technicians will evaluate the size of your home and how efficient the walls and attic are to give the best size recommendation for your needs. The more efficient a system is, the less you’ll pay to cool your home. It may be worth it for you to spend more initially to get a more efficient system and save every month on cooling costs. Newer system can produce much cleaner air, and more even cooling. If you’re wanting to continue repairing a system that can’t cool your home properly, you may want to consider how much money you’re wasting. Whatever you decide, we’re here for you. Contact us today...

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Understanding How Humidity Affects our Comfort

Humidity is one of those things that we don’t think about until it affects us. We know it’s too humid when everything feels damp and muggy. We know it’s not humid enough when our skin is dry, our lips are cracked, and you can’t touch a doorknob without a jolt of static electricity. The proper humidity level in your home is necessary in order to feel comfortable. Too much or too little humidity can also begin to affect your health. A home with too much humidity is at risk for mold and mildew problems. Mold generally isn’t a problem unless it starts growing due to excess moisture. Mold can exacerbate allergies and cause allergy symptoms in those who aren’t allergic. It can also cause asthma attacks and other nose, throat, or eye irritations. Too much humidity could be a result of improper door/window or construction seals, improper drainage for water runoff, or it’s just a natural occurrence in your area. Using a dehumidifier will help pull moisture out of the air, reducing the likelihood that mold will grow, but it is important to get to the root of the problem for a long term solution. Thankfully, mold won’t grow in...

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3 Things HVAC Professionals Wish You Knew

Doctors want you to eat well and exercise, moms want you to go to bed at a decent hour and look both ways before crossing the street, and your HVAC professional wants you to know some basic heating and cooling information. While the HVAC unit is one of the most important and expensive components of a home to replace and repair, many homeowners neglect basic maintenance and cause unwitting damage. Here are a few things your HVAC professional wishes you would consider:

Banish the Winter Blues

Winter is the season for holidays, joy, and family get-togethers. But for some people, winter is also the season for the winter blues. It is not uncommon to feel sadder, more irritable, and downright depressed during the winter months. In fact, some studies indicate that as many as 20% of Americans suffer from mood changes based on the weather and seasons. If you tend to be a little more moody this time of year, you might want to try a few easy, natural cures that can help banish the winter blues.     Keep your home warm. This may seem like a no brainer, but if you are freezing and have to huddle under blankets all day, it is hard to get motivated to get up and do anything. Contact us for Schertz heater service to schedule a furnace maintenance visit to ensure your heat is working properly and efficiently. That way you can turn up your thermostat a bit without breaking the bank.     Let the light in, literally. Try to get as much light as possible. Open your curtains, pull back the drapes, and keep your blinds open. If it isn’t too cold, bundle up and go outside for a brisk walk during...

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