This month we sat down with long-time employee David Reeves and asked him to share his unique experiences from over 40 years with Scott Systems!
Over the years, it can be easy for the weather stripping on your doors to wear down. The small piece of felt, rubber, or foam around your door seems so inconsequential that one might not think too much about it if it gets a little torn. However, this wearing down could be costing you major bucks.
Are you ready for winter?
We’ve got a cold weather checklist to make sure you’re staying nice and comfy this holiday season!
Your furnace is one of the most important appliances in your home. When it comes to staying comfortable, it could be the source of plenty of headaches. Here are a few clues to look for if your furnace is as old as the hills:
One of our favorite pastimes here at Scott Systems Heating & Air is saving you money. After two and a half decades in the HVAC business, we’ve learned a thing or two about this, and we want to share our wealth of knowledge with our loyal customers!
One of the best ways to save on your energy bill is through sealing air leaks. The problem is most of us have no clue how to manage it. We’re here to tell you it isn’t all that difficult to stop the drafts or make your home a little cozier.
Each new season brings changes in weather, color and, don’t forget, your electric bill! Here are 5 easy, but professional, tips to help you save big.
We wanted to know what people thought about HVAC, so we decided to do a little survey! Well, the results are in, and they were a bit surprising.
What do you think HVAC stands for? Check out this video!
Any Arkansan will tell you that summers can be miserable in the South. With heat indexes already reaching the 115°F mark this year, the last thing you want is a zapped air conditioner. So what exactly can you do to keep your home nice and cool to beat this humid heat?
Keep it clean, folks!
Financing, at its core, is borrowing money to purchase something that you don’t have the funds for at the time. The borrowed money is then paid off over time, usually month by month. Financing gives you the opportunity to make your home improvement purchase today, when you need it most.