Indianapolis, Is Your Home’s Heating System Keeping You Warm this Winter?

Enjoying this winter? Some people are, but as far as we’re concerned, Spring can’t arrive soon enough!

On average, a typical Marion or Hamilton County winter season brings 27.1″ of snow to central Indiana. As of January 21st, Indianapolis has received 27.2″ of snow already this winter… and it’s still January! Outlying areas like Greenwood and Mooresville have gotten even more.

So far, there have been eight days with at least one inch of snow (the average is nine,) and five of those days have had at least three inches of snow fall (the seasonal average is five.) December 2010 was the 3rd snowiest December on record, with 16.6” of snow, and so far this month we’ve gotten 10.6”. And let’s not forget the chilling arctic cold we experienced last week.

So, the question is, how is your home’s heating system holding up? Are you still comfy and toasty warm, or have you begun to notice a little draft, or a chill in the air? If so, your furnace or ducts may be developing a buildup of dirt, dust, or soot. Maybe it’s a carbon buildup in the burners. The only way to be sure is to have an experienced heating service technician inspect the system to determine exactly where the problem lays.

Call Thiele Heating & Air Conditioning, (317) 639-1111, any time, any day, for prompt emergency repair service whenever you need it. Live dispatchers are available to answer your call 24/7/365.

Whether you live in Avon, Noblesville, Plainfield, or anywhere in our Central Indiana service area, Thiele will provide the quality of service you can rely on to keep your family safe, healthy and comfortable all winter long.