Being prepared in New England means more than just having your heating system inspected, tuned up, and maintained. That’s a given and should be done sooner, rather than later.
Years ago, people in this neck of the woods had a wood stove that came in handy when they had problems with their furnace or there was an unexpected power outage. Back then, getting a furnace or boiler back up and running after a mechanical failure took time (it sometimes still does).
And … we are all too familiar with power outages that can take days or weeks in some cases to return to normal.
You need to protect your home, not just to have the all-season comfort you desire, but also to ensure that pipes don’t burst in homes with no heat because of a power failure or system breakdown.
Talk to us at Wilson Brothers Heating and Cooling to put your PLAN B together. Your home is your biggest investment and needs protection when the New England weather strikes hard. We’ll be happy to discuss how each of the following can protect you for the period of time when your heating system is disrupted for any reason: