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Winter Weather Advisory for Central Indiana...It's going to get COLD!!

There is now a winter weather advisory in effect for central Indiana starting tomorrow December 20th at 1:00pm until Friday, December 21st at 10:00am. The forecast is calling for strong winds, rain and snow. It's going to get COLD! If you're traveling over the Holiday weekend PLEASE BE SAFE!!

WTHR13 Investigates: Great Job Bill Lohrman from Summers of Broad Ripple!

Just in case you missed the 11:00p news on WTHR13 last night, Andrea Moorehead aired her investigation on furnace repairmen and Summers Plumbing Heating and Cooling was one of the companies called out and put to the test. We are so proud of Bill Lohrman from our Broad Ripple location going out and representing our company!

Standby Power: Pull The Plug On This Greedy Energy Thief

High energy bills plague many families, especially in the summer and winter when heating and cooling needs increase energy demand. Though your HVAC system does draw a significant amount of energy, it’s probably not the only thing spiking your home’s bill. Common household electronics, such as the television and stereo, draw power even when they are turned off. It’s important to ...

A Safety Cap For Your Air Conditioner: A Precaution Every Homeowner Needs To Take

Your home’s air conditioner is an essential appliance for keeping your home cool and comfortable during the hot summer months. Though it’s designed for comfort, the air conditioner has become the latest target of thieves and inhalant abusers. Air conditioner coolant, an important component of all A/C units, can be inhaled for a cheap, dangerous high. To keep your unit safe and protect ...

Minimizing The Risk Of Moisture Damage When Your A/C's On 24/7

Air conditioning units make hot, sticky days and nights more bearable for homeowners throughout central Indiana. Leaky air conditioners, on the other hand, can become a headache for these same households, often causing moisture damage. The moisture that drips out of an air conditioner generally comes from the condensation that builds up on the air conditioner’s evaporator coils. Although ...

To Lighten Your Energy Bills, Lower Your Cooling Load

Americans spend about $11.9 billion to keep their homes cool each summer. On an individual level, you probably devote a great portion of your summer energy budget to air conditioning. Fortunately, there are ways to keep the cooling load down, which cuts the amount of heat that enters your home in the first place. Here are some basic ways to keep your home cooler without spending more on air ...

A Geothermal Installation: Weighing Up-Front Cost Against Long-Term Savings

When you’re considering upgrading your HVAC system and want the most energy-efficient heating and cooling equipment available, consider a geothermal installation. Geothermal heat pumps tap into the stable underground temperatures to condition your home’s air, and can lower your energy bills by as much as 60 percent. Recent advances in geothermal installations mean that even homeowners ...

Your Air Conditioner And Ceiling Fans: How They Work Better Together

There are many things you can do to lower your home’s energy usage and save money on your utility bills. Some things, like getting new HVAC equipment, can require a real investment in order to see a return, while other simple actions don’t cost a cent. That is the case for many Indiana homeowners when it comes to taking advantage of the energy savings afforded by ceiling fans. When ...

Replacing Your Water Heater: Compare The EF Ratings Before You Decide

When it’s time to replace your water heater, there are more things to consider than price and capacity — like the EF. The EF (energy factor) rating is established by U.S. Department of Energy to assist consumers in comparing different water heaters. All water heaters carry an EF rating, displayed prominently on the unit, regardless of size, brand, model or fuel. The energy factor will ...

Rely On Well Water? Just As Your Furnace Needs To Be Sized, So Does Your Well Pump

Connecting your residence to well water involves considerations beyond merely digging the well. The pumping system utilized, the well capacity and correct sizing of that system to your home’s needs all affect your ultimate satisfaction. Shallow-well systems, the most common, are used in wells with depths around 25 feet and normally incorporate a jet pump located at ground level, drawing well ...

Your Air Conditioner Does Its Job, But Do You Know How It Works?

A central air conditioner is a major investment and important to maintaining the comfort of your home. This is why it is good idea for you as a homeowner to have a reasonable understanding of how your system works. This will allow you to perform some basic maintenance tasks yourself, as well as to spot major problems when they happen. This knowledge will also help you better understand the ...

Your New Heat Pump: Four High-Efficiency Features It Pays To Consider

Recent advances in heat pump technology make them one of the best ways to cool and heat homes, even in Indiana’s climate with its cold winters. These HVAC appliances must meet specific energy standards. The minimum SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio) stands at 13, and the HSPF (heating season performance factor) must be 7.7. Features that raise both the SEER and HSPF include: ...
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Winter Weather Advisory for Central Indiana...It's going to get COLD!!

There is now a winter weather advisory in effect for central Indiana starting tomorrow December 20th at 1:00pm until Friday, December 21st at 10:00am. The forecast is calling for strong winds, rain ...
Continue reading "Winter Weather Advisory for Central Indiana...It's going to get COLD!!" »

WTHR13 Investigates: Great Job Bill Lohrman from Summers of Broad Ripple!

Just in case you missed the 11:00p news on WTHR13 last night, Andrea Moorehead aired her investigation on furnace repairmen and Summers Plumbing Heating and Cooling was one of the companies called out ...
Continue reading "WTHR13 Investigates: Great Job Bill Lohrman from Summers of Broad Ripple!" »

Standby Power: Pull The Plug On This Greedy Energy Thief

High energy bills plague many families, especially in the summer and winter when heating and cooling needs increase energy demand. Though your HVAC system does draw a significant amount of energy, ...
Continue reading "Standby Power: Pull The Plug On This Greedy Energy Thief" »

A Safety Cap For Your Air Conditioner: A Precaution Every Homeowner Needs To Take

Your home’s air conditioner is an essential appliance for keeping your home cool and comfortable during the hot summer months. Though it’s designed for comfort, the air conditioner has ...
Continue reading "A Safety Cap For Your Air Conditioner: A Precaution Every Homeowner Needs To Take" »

Minimizing The Risk Of Moisture Damage When Your A/C's On 24/7

Air conditioning units make hot, sticky days and nights more bearable for homeowners throughout central Indiana. Leaky air conditioners, on the other hand, can become a headache for these same ...
Continue reading "Minimizing The Risk Of Moisture Damage When Your A/C's On 24/7" »

To Lighten Your Energy Bills, Lower Your Cooling Load

Americans spend about $11.9 billion to keep their homes cool each summer. On an individual level, you probably devote a great portion of your summer energy budget to air conditioning. Fortunately, ...
Continue reading "To Lighten Your Energy Bills, Lower Your Cooling Load" »

A Geothermal Installation: Weighing Up-Front Cost Against Long-Term Savings

When you’re considering upgrading your HVAC system and want the most energy-efficient heating and cooling equipment available, consider a geothermal installation. Geothermal heat pumps tap into ...
Continue reading "A Geothermal Installation: Weighing Up-Front Cost Against Long-Term Savings" »

Your Air Conditioner And Ceiling Fans: How They Work Better Together

There are many things you can do to lower your home’s energy usage and save money on your utility bills. Some things, like getting new HVAC equipment, can require a real investment in order to ...
Continue reading "Your Air Conditioner And Ceiling Fans: How They Work Better Together" »

Replacing Your Water Heater: Compare The EF Ratings Before You Decide

When it’s time to replace your water heater, there are more things to consider than price and capacity — like the EF. The EF (energy factor) rating is established by U.S. Department of ...
Continue reading "Replacing Your Water Heater: Compare The EF Ratings Before You Decide" »

Your Air Conditioner Does Its Job, But Do You Know How It Works?

A central air conditioner is a major investment and important to maintaining the comfort of your home. This is why it is good idea for you as a homeowner to have a reasonable understanding of how your ...
Continue reading "Your Air Conditioner Does Its Job, But Do You Know How It Works?" »

Rely On Well Water? Just As Your Furnace Needs To Be Sized, So Does Your Well Pump

Connecting your residence to well water involves considerations beyond merely digging the well. The pumping system utilized, the well capacity and correct sizing of that system to your home’s ...
Continue reading "Rely On Well Water? Just As Your Furnace Needs To Be Sized, So Does Your Well Pump" »

Your New Heat Pump: Four High-Efficiency Features It Pays To Consider

Recent advances in heat pump technology make them one of the best ways to cool and heat homes, even in Indiana’s climate with its cold winters. These HVAC appliances must meet specific energy ...
Continue reading "Your New Heat Pump: Four High-Efficiency Features It Pays To Consider" »