August 23, 2017
Best Vacuum for Allergy Sufferers

Best Vacuums for Allergy Sufferers

6 picks from Consumer Reports’ tests Since part of our job as HVAC experts is to help keep your home’s indoor air clean, we’re covering a […]
August 10, 2017

[VIDEO] Air Conditioning Tune Up $69 – Worthington OH 43085

Watch our latest promotional video. $69 AC Tune-Up, normally $99. If you’re NOT a customer, you should be! Book an appointment today!
August 9, 2017
Customers and HVAC review price quotes

HVAC Service Contracts: Why Invest?

Consider the benefits and drawbacks of an extended HVAC service contract before investing. If you’re installing a new home heating and cooling system or servicing an […]
July 31, 2017
Should You Replace BOTH AC and Furnace at the same time?

Should You Replace Both AC and Furnace at the Same Time?

When your air conditioning or furnace breaks down, it may seem logical and financially feasible to replace only the section that’s non-functional and keep the section […]
July 20, 2017
How to set your thermostat on vacation

A Vacation For You (and Your Home’s Air Conditioning)

If you have a summer vacation planned, you’ve probably been musing about travel and relaxation, not lower utility bills. You don’t have to choose – by […]
July 14, 2017

Brett Selects the Winner in Our Google Reviews Prize Giveaway

Brett Morris selects the winner in our Google Reviews Prize Giveaway. If you’re a customer, watch your email for our next promotion, it’s going to be […]
July 6, 2017
Energy Saving Tips for Summer

Six Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Home’s Air Conditioning System

A new air conditioner can be a big investment, so can the costs of continuing to repair and operate an old, inefficient unit. How are you […]
July 5, 2017
Furnace Repair Technician

When Is the Best Time To Replace A Furnace in Columbus, Ohio?

You can either replace a furnace when it’s convenient for you and for your favorite Columbus-area HVAC contractor (Pickerington Heating & Cooling), or you can wait until it goes out. When does it fail? Of course, when it’s under its heaviest load during the most frigid times.