How does someone in Minnesota stay warm during a polar vortex?
According to the AccuWeather weather radar, and the local weather.com forecast, things are about to get ugly weather wise here in Minnesota with our very own polar vortex, and I’m sure its no shock to anyone to realize the best way to stay warm is to have a warm house and to stay in it.
With snow starting at about 3 pm today (Sunday) and blizzard and blowing conditions throughout the night, this is not when you want your furnace to act up.
Realistically speaking, we can only service so many calls on a day like today, but our guys are out there fixing furnaces faster than the snow can fall. But, the weather coming on Tuesday and Wednesday that will really affect homes where their furnaces aren’t able to keep up with the cold temps.
If your furnace is working, but not keeping up, Tuesday and Wednesday are not going to be good for your utility bill or your cold hands and feet. A furnace that can’t keep up is a big sign that you need to schedule a repair or service appointment, and if your furnace is more than 10-12 years old, it may be time for a replacement.
The good news during this big chill is that Rol Air can help you survive the cold in three ways:
- Schedule a service repair call online
- Learn more about our furnace and AC replacement program for $99/month, or
- Quickly and easily apply for financing for a new system online
Our team of bonded, insured professional HVAC technicians are ready to weather the storm with you and to do what’s needed to keep your existing furnace in tip top shape for the cold weather we’ll be facing, or to help you choose the best replacement system for your home. We have fast, easy and affordable financing that can help you get a new replacement furnace and AC for only $99/month.
We offer service and appointments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are here to keep you warm!
Feel free to give us a call at 763-515-6411, visit our website at rolairrepair.com, or use any of the links above to reach us.
Stay warm and stay home!