Is your HVAC ready for the summer months?

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Hello Mother Nature! We are waiting patiently here in Mass for some gorgeous hot summer weather! Which leads me to my next question…. Is your HVAC system ready for the summer months? There is nothing worse than an air conditioning system that doesn’t work when it’s hot and humid outside. As many of you know, we are four generations living under one roof and we especially need to be on top of our HVAC system as my grandparents are in their mid-late 80’s and hot weather is very dangerous for them.

HVAC Summer Tips + Special Promotion

We recently partnered with Sears Home Services to share monthly home services, tips and special promotions throughout the next 4 months. Isn’t that exciting!?  Sears Home Services is the nation’s largest provider of home services for customer’s products and homes. 

We have our HVAC system serviced every Spring and Fall and it definitely helps keep our home cool in the summer months. Having the system tuned up and filters changed is much like servicing your car. If you don’t take care of it, it won’t run! 

HVAC Summer Tips + Special Promotion

Not sure who to have service your HVAC or which HVAC system is right for you?  Call Sears Home Services for a free in home consultation. They are currently offering an HVAC promotion with a savings up to $1975 on a new carrier. That is fantastic! Whether you are serving your HVAC or installing a new furnace, central air conditioner, or other type of whole-house heating or cooling unit, Sears Home Services can help you decide what is best for your home and budget. Trust me, these decisions can be overwhelming and stressful so it’s always nice to have a professional to help guide you. 

When you let the experts at Sears replace your cooling system, you’ll save:

$325 on qualified cooling systems of $1,500 or more from Sears , Up to $1650 Carrier Cool Cash rebate applies to the purchase of Infinity System (Heat Pump condensing unit, Infinity Furnace or fan coil, Infinity Control (SYSTXCC), Ventilator ERV / HRV, Humidifier (STM) and UV Light (UVL) with an Infinity Air Purifier (GAPAA, GAPAB)). Rebate range $25 – $1650. Homeowners may claim their rebates and/or check the status of their rebates online at * Offer expiration varies by region

Do you remember when we built the DIY Lattice Privacy Screen to hide our AC units? In case you didn’t see that project, our units live behind the screen ;). 

HVAC Summer Tips + Special Promotion

Sears Home Services provides customers with flexible scheduling options, plus state-of-the-art repair centers throughout the U.S. for carry-in products. They provide a wide variety of services, including window replacement, cabinet refacing, siding, carpet and duct cleaning, and more. Not sure what you need? Take their Heating and Cooling Self-Assessment. They also have a great blog filled with all kinds of home related tips, tricks and specific information about all their home services. Have a wonderful day friends and we are excited for the warm weather here in Mass! 

*Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Sears Home Services. All opinions and words are 100% my own.

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  1. Great tips. Can you share how you made the privacy screen in the picture of your outdoor seating set up?

    1. Click on the colored ‘ DIY Lattice Privacy Screen ‘ phrase and it takes you to her complete tutorial.

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