For both safety and economic reasons, it is important to ensure your furnace is in good working order, safe and energy efficient. The last thing you want, when the thermostat says COLD, is to find out your heater is not functional.
This year,the Lee team is collecting items to fill the pantry at the Shalom Center On Saturday, December 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lee Mechanical is hosting a community ‘Fill-the-Truck Food Drive’ on location at 2915-60th St. in Kenosha.
Why did we update our brand? That’s a great question! After 40-years in business our company continues to evolve in the clients we serve and talent we want to attract to join our team. Our growth fueled Lee to expand our leadership, ownership and overall company brand to become inclusive of the commercial & industrial building systems that we serve.
The dog days of summer are behind us and it’s finally time to give our A/C units a break! While we’re all enjoying the cooler weather, crisp air and beautiful fall colors, proactive homeowners are looking ahead. They are replacing furnace filters and contacting Lee Plumbing Heating Cooling & Electric to schedule their annual maintenance calls now. A Lee technician will come to your home, ensure that your furnace is functioning properly-and can even suggest energy-saving tips for the cold months ahead. Beyond just your furnace, however, there are quite a few small tasks involved in properly “winterizing” your home.
Lee Mechanical reminds you that your furnace should be checked in the fall before Old Man Winter sneaks up on you with one of those below-zero days that all Wisconsinites know are coming. Heating systems, like anything else mechanical, should be checked and serviced every year. That is the only way to be sure your family will stay warm and comfortable inside despite whatever the temperature drops to outside.
Technology has done a lot to make homes safer and more efficient. New products currently being tested are effective in stopping costly water leaks, seepage or broken hoses before you even notice them and water damage occurs. Homeowners and insurance companies are very interested, as the number of claims for residential water damage are climbing. With an average repair cost of $10,000, water damage claims cost insurers billions of dollars annually. According to New Jersey-based Verisk Analytics’ ISO insurance analytics unit, water damage claims hit insurers for $13 billion in 2017.