Accessed by I-70, also known as the Inner Belt Expressway, Olivette at 700 feet of elevation is one of the highest communities in St. Louis County, which is why the 100 million gallon Stacy Park Water Reservoir was built here to serve the St. Louis area. Since the gold rush the area where Olivette is located has been a way-point for travelers, located midway between the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. To stay comfortable, residents call Air Comfort Service for all their heating and cooling needs.
Always remember to have your HVAC unit serviced in between the times you use it to extend the life of your system. There will come a time when you will need to call in the heating Olivette serviceman because of a problem. Hopefully, the problem will be small. If you have had regular servicing of your heater, chances are it will only be minor and easily fixed. If it something major, and your system is old, you may want to talk to him about a replacement. While having to buy a new unit can be costly, talk to him about the different financing options available. You may be able to buy a new system without having to take out a second mortgage, use up a line of credit or max out your credit cards. The air conditioning Olivette company may have in-house financing or an agreement with a lending institution to help you out.
If you are going to need a new system and the one you have now does not do both heating and air conditioning, look into one that does. You can also think about getting a ductless system. They are much more energy efficient in a couple of ways. Firstly, they do not lose air through leaks in the ducts. Secondly, you can have different temperature zones in your house with the indoor units. Each unit can be set to a different temperature according to need. An area that does not get much use can be set so as not to turn on very often and an area that has a lot of traffic can be set to keep everyone comfortable. Bedrooms can be set for one temperature during the day and then for another at night while sleeping. As long as you can close off different areas, you will save a lot of energy this way.