An All-Around Great Idea

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Logic. Intelligence. Prudence. Practicality. Fear. These are among the guiding qualities that people rely on when they decide to maintain their furnace. It’s a smart decision because it preserves an investment and assures continued comfort in cold weather. And it also protects against very real dangers, such as carbon monoxide leaks. But what makes this… Read more »

How’s the Weather Treating You?

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I used to hear this from time to time: “How’s the world treating you?” It’s just one of those friendly greetings which most folks answer with anything from the succinct “Fine” to “Better than I deserve.” In this work world I live in, what I really want to know is, “How’s the weather treating you?”… Read more »

Al Keats Day-Project Heat

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Service Technician Mike Greulich inspects Jerry and Lucy Hayden’s furnace as part of Al Keats Day-Project Heat, the volunteer effort to help out local seniors in need.   Written by Lonnie Huhman Staff Writer http://www.hometownlife.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2012212060401 Jerry and Lucy Hayden, of Farmington Hills, will be getting a new furnace, and a potentially dangerous situation was avoided, thanks… Read more »