Summers in the greater Missouri area can be real scorchers. For this reason, homeowners are relying on their central air more than ever. But when hot and cold spots start popping up, worried residents start calling Jerry Kelly to schedule AC repair in St. Charles County, MO, and beyond.
Summertime is all about experiencing new things, enjoying the sunshine and keeping cool in downtown St. Louis. And there are many options for beating the Missouri heat this season—especially with Jerry Kelly Heating & Air Conditioning as the guide. Not only is this HVAC company the area's No. 1 choice for AC replacement in West County, MO, but this leader in cooling repairs is sharing some trade secrets to help homeowners stay extra cool this summer.
This month homeowners welcome one of the most anticipated times of the year—the arrival of summer. But there is more to June than just sunshine and happiness. This month—which is recognized as National Safety Month—the National Safety Council reminds homeowners about the importance of home safety, especially when it comes to proper guidelines associated with the air conditioner.
The old saying is true: April showers bring May flowers. So, what does May bring? May brings rays of sunshine and warmer weather. And this temperature change means now is the time for residents in the Saint Peters area to get serious about their AC tune-ups.
Pet owners want nothing but the very best for their furry friends. And everyone knows that Americans love their family pets. In fact, according to a recent American Pet Products Association National Pet Owners Survey, 68 percent of U.S. households, or about 85 million families, own pets. So, in recognition of National Pet Month this April, Jerry Kelly Heating & Air Conditioning is revealing five important HVAC tips for Missouri pet owners to keep their pets and families safe and healthy this spring.
As Saint Peters, MO, homeowners gear up for March Madness during the NCAA season, Jerry Kelly Heating & Air Conditioning is gearing up for the spring season, too—in cooling maintenance game.