You’re The Hero With An Elite Hero Club Membership

Long Islanders know how important a reliable AC/Heating system is to providing comfort in your home. Maintenance is key to these systems working smoothly, and cost-effectively. An Elite Hero Club Membership saves you money in the short and long-term, and will make you feel like a VIP every step of the way.
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Categories: Air Conditioning and Heating.

Giving comfort to those in need

The Hero Club is Elite Comfort Group’s celebration of community involvement. They understand the value – and necessity – of giving back to the community. Elite Comfort Group supports both local and larger projects that protect, honor, and improve our community. They stand by their commitment to be the next generation in home comfort!
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Categories: Air Conditioning and Heating.

Yearly furnace inspections prevent expensive repairs or early replacements

Annual furnace inspections could lower energy bills   Auto mechanics usually advise changing the oil in your car every three months or 3,000 miles. You can always feel free to ignore those recommendations. But if you do, your engine will seize at some point and you’ll wind up paying much more for repairs than you would have for a simple oil change. The same basic principle applies to your furnace as well. You don’t have to get an annual furnace inspection, but skipping this potentially time- and money-saving maintenance means taking a risk you might later regret. Having a professional
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Categories: Heating.

Five Things Every Homeowner Needs To Check Before Winter

The colder temperatures take their toll on our homes every year, and we spend so much time worrying about the decorations and cleaning, we neglect the important stuff. That’s why we at DEAR Services want to help you get ready with 5 tips to get your home ready and safe this winter.The colder temperatures take their toll on our homes every year, and we spend so much time worrying about the decorations and cleaning, we neglect the important stuff. That’s why we at DEAR Services want to help you get ready with 5 tips to get your home ready and
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Categories: Electrical, Heating, Outdoors, and Plumbing.

Where Should I Place My Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

CUSTOMERS COMMONLY ASK ME WHERE THEY SHOULD PLACE CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS AND HOW MANY THEY NEED. Carbon monoxide detectors will constantly monitor for dangerous levels, so it’s important to install them in the right areas. The first place to install a carbon monoxide detector is by the bedrooms. National health and fire safety codes say that carbon monoxide alarms should be located centrally outside all sleeping areas. In Chicago, the code states to place them within 10′ of every bedroom. IS MOUNTING THEM ON THE WALL OR CEILING BEST? There are usually outlets in the hall next to the bedrooms
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Categories: Heating.