LEHMEN HEATING & COOLING LLC

Call: (877) 607-6946

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Address:

2515 SIEBENECK LANE
JEFFERSON CITY, MO, 65101 US

Service Hours:

M 12:00A - 11:00P T 12:00A - 11:00P W 12:00A - 11:00P
Th 12:00A - 11:00P F 12:00A - 11:00P S 12:00A - 11:00P
Su 12:00A - 11:00P

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  • 24 Hour Service
  • Guarantee on Service
  • Installation
  • Maintenance Agreements
  • Sales
  • Service/Repair
  • State Licensed #21683450

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Little Leaks Can Have a Big Impact

Little air leaks can have a big impact on your home’s energy efficiency. Be on the lookout for small spaces and gaps around windows, pipes and wires entering your home, which cause energy-wasting drafts that increase the cost of running your heater. You can seal these areas with caulk for about $10 per tube—an easy fix that can result in huge savings. Reduce annual energy costs even further with energy-efficient equipment options from us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts. Call for more information today.

Alternatives to Harsh Cleaners That Impact the Air You Breath

Household cleaners contain chemicals that impact the quality of the air you breath every day. As an alternative, consider natural cleaning agents such as baking soda and white vinegar, or a brand of cleaner with specially formulated non-toxic ingredients. As Westinghouse HVAC experts, we can recommend products and practices to improve the air quality of your home. Call us for a consultation today.

Tips for Making Your Attic Air Tight

If you want to reduce energy costs, start by looking for air leaks in your attic. Cover gaps where chimneys and furnace flues penetrate your attic floor with flashing or seal with heat resistant caulk. Seal holes or tears in air ducts with mastic or foil tape. Then insulate. Contact us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts, for help with conducting a complete energy audit of your home. With just a few simple suggestions, we can help you increase comfort and save money, too.

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