Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 at
Using a programmable thermostat, you can adjust the times you turn on the heating according to a pre-set schedule. Programmable thermostats can store and repeat multiple daily settings that you can manually override without affecting the rest of the daily or weekly program. You can easily save energy in the winter by setting the thermostat to 68°F while you’re awake and setting it lower while you’re asleep or away from home. By turning your thermostat back 5°+ for 8 hours, you can save 5% or more a year on your heating bill.
Wisconsin Fuel offers many models of programmable thermostats and will help you select the one that will best match your needs.
Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 at
Why choose Wisconsin Fuel and Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems? Bryant is an industry leader line of HVAC products. With more than 100 years of experience, Bryant delivers a full range of durable heating and cooling systems for every budget.
Wisconsin Fuel is a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer which means they excel in customer satisfaction and in their community. Wisconsin Fuel has met Bryant’s high standards for superior skills, superior service, superior products, superior comfort and a superior promise of 100% satisfaction, guaranteed.
In addition, Wisconsin Fuel has earned the title of a Bryant Medal of Excellence Dealership: Bryant Medal of Excellence dealers are an elite group of heating, air conditioning and air quality specialists nationwide that have made a sincere commitment to advanced training, uncompromising service and complete customer satisfaction. They have had their business practices scrutinized and verified by Bryant to ensure that you will be serviced by dealers that have both superior products and outstanding customer responsiveness. These dealers take pride in serving as your home comfort consultant, helping you achieve levels of comfort you may not have thought possible.
Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014 at
Happy First Day of Fall! It’s here and it’s looking like some gorgeous weather. But here in Wisconsin, we know the weather can change in an instant. Make sure your furnace is ready for the upcoming winter season before the snow and cold arrives. It is recommended to get a seasonal clean and check done of the HVAC equipment in order to keep the equipment running efficiently and find out about any problems before they happen. Your furnace probably hasn’t run since early Spring, so you may want to have a Wisconsin Fuel service technician come out and make sure it’s ready for winter. Here are some tips before you have service done.
To get the most out of your visit with Wisconsin Fuel, a Bryant® Factory Authorized Dealer, take a moment to make sure you’re prepared.
- Know where all of the heating and cooling units are in your home.
- Perform basic troubleshooting.
- Check your air filter. A dirty air filter is a common cause of problems.
- Write down the model numbers of all your products.
- Be ready to explain clearly what problems you’ve had.
- Know when your problems began.
- Make sure the system is accessible by the dealer, including units in crawl spaces or attics.
- Lock pets in a separate room.
- Make sure an adult (18 years or older) is home to let your dealer in.
- Be prepared to answer the phone. Many technicians call when they’re on the way to your home.
- If you rent your home, make sure you have permission to have your system serviced.
- If your heat pump is frozen, shut it off before the technician arrives so it’s thawed and ready for service.
- Have information on all prior services performed on your system readily available.
- Be prepared to make a payment to the dealer.
Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at
Labor Day is next weekend which marks the unofficial end to summer.
Kids are going back to school and it may be hard to believe but those Fall days aren’t too far away. Although in Wisconsin we stay warm well into October (on some years), it’s never too early to make sure your furnace is running efficiently for the Fall and Winter.
Schedule a clean & check and make sure the filter is changed twice a year to prevent unnecessary wear on the equipment. Your Wisconsin Fuel technician can help change this for you during the clean & check.
Even with routine maintenance, equipment will eventually need to replaced over time. The average lifespan of a furnace is 15 years, if kept clean and checked regularly.
Now is a great time to take advantage of great savings if you need to buy new efficient equipment. Bryant is offering over $1,500 in Rebates and Special Financing on a qualifying Bryant Evolution Heating & Cooling System.
Contact us for the details of this offer.
Monday, July 28th, 2014 at
Heating and air conditioning ducts naturally accumulate sizeable deposits of dust and other contaminants over a period of years. Dirt deposits can reduce the efficiency of your heating and air conditioning system and even cause physical discomfort and illness by degrading the quality of air you breathe indoors. Dirt deposits in your heating and air conditioning ducts actually act as food for organisms such as dust mites.
Wisconsin Fuel and Heating can clean your HVAC ducts with NO HIDDEN CHARGES OR SURPRISES! Call us today at (262) 654-0241 so you can start breathing better tomorrow!
Monday, June 9th, 2014 at
Your HVAC equipment surely takes a beating working the hardest when the weather is not optimal in Wisconsin. In winter, it keeps your home toasty warm when temperatures fall well below zero and in summer, it blows cool, dry air throughout your home on the hot and steamy days.
To make sure that your equipment will keep you comfortable, when Wisconsin weather throws us it’s worst, make sure you have the system cleaned and checked annually. When Wisconsin Fuel come out for a clean and check, our technicians inspect all the electrical connectors, exchangers, drains, filters, refrigerant levels, check for leaks, lubricate moving parts, inspect the thermostat and controls and more, to make sure that there will be no surprises later one.
Call us today if you haven’t scheduled your A/C clean and check for the season yet so we can help you stay cool all summer.
Monday, May 5th, 2014 at
“Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!'” ~Robin Williams
You just have to love that quote, because after the winter we had this past year, I think we are all in need of a party.
April came and went with it’s unseasonably cool temps but now it’s May’s turn to bring on the warmth. We have noticed the flowers, trees and plants all beginning to bloom and the grass is finally turning green. The temperatures for this week look great and I don’t think the meteorologists are going to be wrong.
So don’t delay on getting your HVAC equipment tuned up for summer. The last thing you want is to have a problem when you are ready to party. Call us today or make your appointment online. It’s that easy!
Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 at
Spring will be here tomorrow and the weather is finally warming up. We are all hoping for a wonderful summer to combat the too many to count frigid days this past winter. Don’t delay on getting your annual Clean & Check done so your equipment will work efficiently and effortlessly in the coming months and you can have a worry-free summer. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
Today’s high-efficiency air conditioners use about 30%-50% less energy than those of just a couple short decades ago. At Wisconsin Fuel, we are committed to helping you find the right air conditioning system for your needs and budget. We also know our best customer is an educated customer.
Make sure the unit is properly sized for your house because bigger is not always better! As a matter of fact, an oversized air conditioner will not only be less efficient, it also will be less effective. For more information, click here to visit our website.
Thursday, October 31st, 2013 at
From All of us at Wisconsin Fuel & Heating!!
Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 at
Manufacture 2013 furnace rebates are ending soon!
Call Wisconsin Fuel now at (262) 654-0241 for a FREE ESTIMATE!
Continue saving month after month with the energy savings from a new high-efficiency furnace.