As a homeowner, your furnace, much like any other piece of machinery, ages over time, presenting challenges that can have big consequences for you, which leads to you asking, should I replace my furnace? In this blog, we highlight the importance of recognizing the potential risks of aging systems and emphasize your need to be proactive. Your home’s comfort, safety, and financial well-being are at stake, making it essential to make informed decisions regarding the
Winterizing Your Home: A Comprehensive Guide to Cold-Weather Protection The transition from autumn’s golden hues to winter’s cold temperatures requires going beyond cozy sweaters and hot cocoa. As the temperatures drop, it becomes crucial to consider the impact of freezing temperatures on your plumbing system and your home as a whole. The seasoned experts at Peterman Brothers are here to guide you through the process of winterizing your house before the first cold snap. Why
At Peterman Brothers we know finding ways to keep our homes cool and comfortable without relying solely on air conditioning is becoming increasingly important. While regular maintenance and servicing are essential for the optimal functioning of your A/C unit, an often overlooked aspect is the impact of landscaping on cooling efficiency. This blog post will explore the benefits of proper landscaping for your home’s cooling, focusing on creating adequate space around your outdoor A/C unit.
At Peterman Brothers, we value the safety and comfort of those in our community. We believe every family deserves functioning heating and cooling systems, plumbing, electrical, and warm water. However, we recognize that hardships arise, and not every home in our community meets these standards. We’ve decided to take a stand and give back by launching our new Peterman Cares program. At the end of each month, we give away and install (or service) one
Since March, wildfires in Canada have been tearing across its vast wilderness. It’s a terrible situation for our northern neighbors, but the effects of these fires don’t stop at the border. I’m sure you’ve seen the photos of Chicago and Wisconsin as the smoke from the blazes hangs heavy like fog, causing a massive air quality problem. Unfortunately, the tainted air has made its way down to Indiana, sparking air quality alerts from local and