Answering Your Frequently Asked Questions

At Full Service Heating & Air Conditioning, we know that keeping you comfortable is about more than just maintaining your heating and cooling systems. It’s also about answering your questions and making you feel at peace in your own home. That’s why our experts are solving your frequently asked questions here. Find the answers you need below—call us at 920-467-1536.

The average life expectancy of a furnace is 15 – 20 years. Taking that into account, here are a few telltale signs that your heating system is on its last legs:

  • Your energy bills are higher than usual
  • The furnace requires frequent repairs or is making unusual noises
  • It doesn’t keep you as warm as well as it used to

The short answer: Let Full Service help you. There are many shapes, sizes, and brands of furnaces and A/Cs out there, and Full Service has the expertise to help you find the best one. We’ll measure your home to find the right-size system, then lay out all the options that fit both your house and budget.

There’s no wrong answer here—it simply depends on what goal you want to achieve. The “on” setting means your HVAC fan will run constantly, which results in more consistent temperatures throughout your home and can also provide constant air filtration. If you’re looking to save on energy, use the “auto” setting, which will have the fan run only when needed to reach or maintain your set temperature.

We recommend you schedule furnace and A/C maintenance once a year to keep your systems in tip-top shape. For your cooling system, reach out to your Full Service team in late spring, when outdoor temperatures rise above 70 degrees to get ready for summer. Furnace maintenance can be done almost any time of year. If you want to beat the fall rush, consider having your system checked over at the same time as your A/C.

Also, keep in mind that most A/C and furnace manufacturers require maintenance to maintain your systems’ warranties.

Yes. Because they’re designed to heat and cool individual rooms rather than your entire house, these systems won’t cost as much in terms of energy. Ductless systems don’t need ductwork to circulate air, so there won’t be as much energy loss as there might be with more traditional HVAC units.

Have More Questions? Call Full Service

If you didn’t find the answer you were looking for in our frequently asked questions, don’t sweat it. You can always call Full Service—a Bryant® Factory Authorized Dealer—for answers: 920-467-1536.

W2243 Pigeon Lane
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085

Phone: 920-467-1536
Email: fullservicehvac@excel.net

24-Hour Emergency Service Available For an Additional Charge
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