Prepare Your Indianapolis Home for the Coming Winter

Halloween is just around the corner and, as hard as it is to believe after this summer of record heat drought in Indianapolis, winter is rapidly approaching. That means it’s time to prepare yourself, and your home, for the cold weather to come. To paraphrase Benjamin Franklin, an ounce of preventative maintenance is worth a […]

Older Air Conditioners May Need To Be Replaced Due To New EPA Coolant Regulations

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has made changes to federal air conditioner coolant regulations that may force some homeowners to make the costly decision of whether to repair or replace a broken air conditioner. While that might sound counter-intuitive, it may be more economical to replace your A/C rather than have it repaired if it’s […]

Indianapolis Summer Heat Is Here – Is Your Home’s Air Conditioner Ready For It?

Just a quick reminder that time is running out to have your home’s air conditioning system checked and tuned-up by an HVAC expert in preparation for this summer’s hot weather. Thiele’s service techs are on the road, performing AC maintenance for home owners in Noblesville, Greenwood, Avon, Westfield, and throughout Central Indiana, and spots are […]

Early Spring-Like Weather Reminds Indianapolis-Area Homeowners to Schedule an Air Conditioner Tune-Up Today

Today is Leap Day, February 29, 2012, and the absolutely gorgeous weather outside reminds us that Spring is just around the corner. That means it’s time to plan for your air conditioner and ventilation system tune-up in preparation for the season. So we ask all our friends in Indianapolis, Fishers/Geist, Greenwood, and throughout Central Indiana, […]

Energizing Indiana – A Free Energy-Conservation Program for Hoosiers

Welcome to 2012. We hope you had a safe New Year celebration, even with the snow and dropping temperatures. Were you and your Indianapolis home ready for the winter weather? Did your family stay warm and comfortable, or was there a little chill in the air that you just couldn’t get rid of? If so, […]

Preparation is Key to Staying Safe and Healthy in Indiana’s Winter Weather

Even though the official start of winter is still more than a week away (December 22,) recent temperatures have made it feel like we’re already hip-deep in it. If you are prepared for the hazards of winter, you will be more likely to stay safe and healthy when the snow starts to fall. Winter storms […]

Indianapolis’ Channel 13 News Consults Thiele on Heating & Air Conditioning Matters

When local television station WTHR-13 produces a seasonal report about home heating and air conditioning systems and how to maintain them, they regularly consult with Thiele president John Traub and our team of expert service technicians here at Thiele Heating & Air Conditioning. For example, John was consulted for a news report about the importance […]

Was Your Indianapolis Area Home’s Heating System Ready for the Cold Weather?

In our post last Friday, “Indianapolis-Area Air Conditioning Systems Strain Under High Heat Conditions Again, But Heating System Weather Will Arrive Soon” we mentioned that while the temperature hit 99 degrees again (Saturday actually saw 100 degrees,) cooler fall and winter weather was on its way to the Indianapolis area. And boy, were we right! […]

Did Your Indianapolis Area Home’s AC Survive the Heat Wave of 2011?

As we mentioned in our previous post, the heat wave that hit the Indianapolis area produced 34 days of 90+ degrees so far this summer, smashing the 1936 record of 23 days. This means that your air conditioning system has had to perform under unprecedented conditions for an extended period of time. While you may […]

Staying Cool During the Indianapolis Heat Wave

Summer arrived in Central Indiana with a vengeance this week, as Indianapolis has been hit 95+ degree temperatures for the last few days, with no let-up in sight for at least a few more. In fact, the National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for Indianapolis and the entire Central Indiana area that […]