What To Do With Your Family When Your AC Is Broken Down

Unfortunately, AC units can break down at the most inconvenient of times, such as in the middle of the summertime. As air conditioner professionals, we want to educate families on how they can prepare for, and survive an AC breakdown. The tips below should provide ample advice to help … Continue reading What To Do With Your Family When Your AC Is Broken Down

Is the Fall Foliage Impacting Your Allergies?

Fall is a beautiful season filled with picturesque vistas of colorful leaves in the Omaha, Nebraska, area. Unfortunately, those same charming leaves can present allergy hazards when they hit the ground. If your allergies are acting up this fall, the foliage collecting around you is a likely culprit. The … Continue reading Is the Fall Foliage Impacting Your Allergies?

Why You Shouldn’t Wait on Your Furnace Replacement

We’re nearing the end of the summer season, so if you’ve been discussing replacing or upgrading your current heater at all in preparation for winter, you’re probably tempted to wait until the fall or the next fall when you might desperately need it. We understand this temptation. After all, … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Wait on Your Furnace Replacement

Can Your AC Unit cause Allergy Symptoms?

Using your air conditioner can cause your allergy symptoms to flare up if you aren’t utilizing the right indoor air quality practices and products. Ideally, you are well aware that your central air conditioning system has a filter in it that you should change on a regular basis (every … Continue reading Can Your AC Unit cause Allergy Symptoms?

Don’t Sweat It: Let The Pros Handle Your Air Conditioner Maintenance This Summer

Well, summer’s finally here. And along with the BBQs, baseball games, and trips to the park, there’s still one drawback of spending summertime in our area: the oppressive heat and humidity. Once that first heat wave hits, you’re going to want to crank your air conditioner. But what if … Continue reading Don’t Sweat It: Let The Pros Handle Your Air Conditioner Maintenance This Summer

Take Care of Your Air With Indoor Air-Quality Solutions

When walking through a bustling city street or along the dirt-filled road of a foreign country, our instincts prompt us to cover our mouths. Theoretically, we should then be treating the air inside of our home with the same level of hesitancy. It’s true! Day to day activities can … Continue reading Take Care of Your Air With Indoor Air-Quality Solutions

Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Your Air Conditioner

Your home’s air conditioner is complicated. It consists of several pieces of equipment that all work together to provide you with a cooler, more comfortable home environment. While the way it works is no laughing matter (a broken air conditioner can be costly, and not much fun for homeowners), … Continue reading Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Your Air Conditioner

Why A Bigger AC Unit Isn’t Better

Bigger isn’t always better. This rings especially true when referring to air conditioning systems. It’s actually much more efficient and effective to have a unit that is appropriately sized for your home. Here are some of the biggest problems you’ll experience if you install a cooling system that’s too … Continue reading Why A Bigger AC Unit Isn’t Better

5 Simple Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Spring

March is here which means spring is on its way! As you shake off the winter blues and prepare for summer, here are some spring cleaning tips from the experts at Getzschman Heating to keep your home clean and comfortable as we move into the warmer months. Schedule an … Continue reading 5 Simple Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Spring

2 Easy Steps to Carbon Monoxide Safety

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports at least 430 people die in the United States from uncontrolled Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning. These deaths come from non-fire related carbon monoxide poisoning. This can be from faulty consumer products. As winter continues, it’s important to make sure your family … Continue reading 2 Easy Steps to Carbon Monoxide Safety