In this issue of our employee spotlight series, Andy Lewis Heating & Air Conditioning is excited to highlight Pablo Granados. Pablo joined the Andyman service team in June of 2015 and instantly became a customer favorite!
Summer has arrived! While you are getting ready to leave for that much needed and deserved vacation don’t forget about you HVAC system. The heating and cooling system is a vital part of your house and coming home to a broken air conditioner is not fun. Here are some tips from Andy Lewis Heating & Air Conditioning to help you avoid some potential headaches when you return home.
Now more than ever we are all concerned about the items and people we come in contact with and most importantly, the air we are breathing. While you are spending more time at home with family to stay healthy and safe your home might not be as clean as you think. In fact, did you know that the air within your home is typically more polluted than the air outside?
Andy Lewis Heating & Air always strives to treat our customers like family and letting our customers get to know us is another way to make them feel like part of our family! For this issue of our spotlight series we have moved back into our service team and have chosen one of our customers favorite service technicians, Nathan Simmons.
There are many reasons why homeowners decide to add landscaping around their HVAC systems outdoor unit, the most common being, to boost your homes curb appeal or to simply spruce up your backyard. However, did you know that if done right adding landscaping around you’re A/C or Heat Pump unit can improve your systems efficiency and longevity?
A Letter From The Owner: As COVID-19 continues to impact our local communities, Andy Lewis Heating & Air wants to update you on the steps we have taken to ensure the health and safety of our customers and employees, as well as business continuity for the communities we serve. We recognize that our services are of a special and often emergency nature, and we remain fully committed to fulfilling the needs of our local communities even as potential demand for our services may increase with more families either choosing to, or being required to, remain home for extended periods of time.