Vote Poorman’s Heating and Air Conditioning!

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Every year Fort Wayne Newspapers holds a contest to highlight the best of the best in the city.  The Fort Wayne Readers’ Choice consists of hundreds of businesses in several different categories. This year, Poorman’s Heating and Air Conditioning is nominated!

Since 1978, Poorman’s has been recognized for our quality of service throughout the Greater Fort Wayne area. If you’ve been satisfied with your Poorman’s service, we’re asking our faithful patrons to help vote for us as the best ‘Home Heating and Cooling’ company in Fort Wayne.

Voting takes place until July 29, 2013. You can vote on FortWayne.com or the direct web address here.

Thank-you in advance! We appreciate your business and your vote.

If you’re in need of some assistance or have questions regarding service call the experts at Poorman’s Heating and Air Conditioning (260.422.3534).  Emergency services are available 24/7.  You won’t be disappointed with Poorman’s quick response and affordable, outstanding service. Don’t forget to check out Poorman’s Facebook page! “Like” us!

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Energy Saving Solutions While On Vacation

If you’re headed to the lake over the 4th of July weekend, don’t forget about properly shutting your house down before you leave.  Did you know that making the extra effort to prepare your home before you leave can save you on energy bill?

Here’s how:

Light Timers:  Install or plug in light timers for your indoor/outdoor lights to prevent energy waste. A light timer will also help it appear as though there are residents still present in the household while you’re away.

Refrigerator: Did you know that the fridge is one of the biggest energy users in your home?  If you’re leaving for a long weekend, try adjusting the thermostat.  Turn up both the fridge and freezer to 38 degrees and 5 degrees to help conserve energy.

Electronics: Having your typical electronics plugged in constantly can be a large waste of energy, even when not in use. Unplug all electronics before leaving to help save.

Air Conditioners:  Air conditioning on a warm day is almost necessary, but it’s definitely unnecessary to cool your home while you’re away. Turning up your thermostat or putting it on vacation mode can help immensely when trying to save on your energy bill.

If you’re in need of some assistance or have questions regarding call the experts at Poorman’s Heating and Air Conditioning (260.422.3534).  Emergency services are available 24/7.  You won’t be disappointed with Poorman’s quick response and affordable, outstanding service. Don’t forget to check out Poorman’s Facebook page! “Like” us!