1. Now Hiring: Experienced HVAC Technician

    Tom Schaefer Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling in Willoughby is looking for an experienced HVAC technician to join our team. In addition to working with a team of skilled, dedicated plumbers and HVAC techs, the new tech who joins our team will enjoy a competitive salary, and the chance to increase their skills. Job Responsibilities Include: Installing new heating, air condi…Read More

  2. Fall Heater Services

    Now that fall is officially here, you’re probably starting to pull your warmer clothes out of the back of the closet while thinking about what you are going to do over the holidays. While you’re making those kinds of fun preparations, don’t forget about ensuring that your home or business is ready for the colder months. By acting early, you can prevent a lot of probl…Read More

  3. Why is My Air Conditioner Leaking? Part Two

    In the first part of this blog series, we discussed some common causes of air conditioner leakage, including a damaged overflow pan. In this entry, we will go into more depth about this relatively common issue. If your air conditioner isn’t working as well as you’d like or it has stopped working altogether, give us a call at Tom Schaefer Plumbing, Heating & Cooling…Read More

  4. Why is My Air Conditioner Leaking? Part One

    Now that we’re nearing the tail end of spring, the days are warming up and all of us are probably turning the air conditioner on almost every day. While the air conditioner is designed to keep us cool, when it breaks down there are few things that will raise our temperature faster. In this blog post, we will cover a few common questions about air conditioners and give yo…Read More

  5. Why an Air Conditioning Tune Up is a Good Idea

    Early spring can be one of the best times of the year. The snow is melting, the grass and trees are turning green again, flowers are starting to bloom. Outside, the temperatures are warming up but aren’t uncomfortable and the nights are nice and cool. While we all wish it could stay like this forever, we know it won’t last. Soon enough, there will be days where we swea…Read More

  6. How to Get Your Air Conditioner Ready for Summer

    Now that the winter is starting to fade, everyone is looking forward to the warmer seasons. If you want to make sure that your air conditioner is ready for those extra-hot days, follow these tips. Contact us at Tom Schaefer Plumbing in Eastlake if your air conditioner needs service or repair before it gets too hot out! Our HVAC service and repair experts are ready to help …Read More

  7. What to Look For in a New Heating System

    Now that we’re in the middle of winter, hopefully you’re able to come home from work each night to a nice, warm home. If you have been dealing with a heater that isn’t working as well as it should, and you’ve already tried to have it repaired with no luck, you’re probably frustrated and miserable. Luckily, there is a way to feel more comfortable. A new heater wil…Read More

  8. Signs That You Need to Repair Your Heater

    Waking up to find that your home is cold is one of the worst ways to start your day. If this has happened to you or you’ve noticed that your heater doesn’t seem to be working as well as it used to, you probably need to have your heater serviced or repaired by a professional HVAC technician. In this blog, we will talk about a few common heater symptoms that point to pro…Read More

  9. Tips to Keep Your Home Warm This Winter: Part Two

    In our last blog, we covered a few ways that can help you keep your home comfortable and warm this winter. Today, we’ve got a few more tips that will keep you cozy without sending your heating bill through the roof. If you need help with your heater or you’ve been having problems with your plumbing, give us a call here at Tom Schaefer Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling. We…Read More

  10. Tips to Keep Your Home Warm This Winter: Part One

    Now that fall is nearly upon us, it’s time to pack away our summer clothes and put the heavier comforter on the bed. If you’ve got central air, now is the time when you switch the thermostat over to “heat” at night. If you’ve noticed that your house is still cold at night or that it doesn’t seem to heat up as quickly as it used to, there are a few steps you can…Read More