Wednesday, July 20, 2016

A/C an essential for the Savannah Heat

Much like the rest of the country, Savannah is having 90 degree days that require A/C for not only comfort but health as well. If you have not had your A/C checked, it might be time to give us a call if you are unsure.

Owner Air Conditioner  Maintenance

If you have a unit outside like the caged A/C unit condenser above, then periodically check the unit to make sure that it is clear of vegetation and debris.

Also, be sure to regularly change your filters. If you don't remember when you last changed your filter its probably time to change it.

Your A/C unit should be serviced regularly. Please give us a call to get on the schedule for an annual  A/C Maintenance package.

Please stay cool, and have a great comfortable summer.

Why is the A/C Condenser in a cage?

Sadly one of our newest A/C related services is putting theft deterrent cages on A/C condensers. If you live in an area where this might be a problem, please give us a call to find out about putting a cage on your condenser.

Give us a call at 912-232-3800 or visit our website for more information at

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Whats Happening This Weekend in Savannah GA

So what is happening for the weekend of Saturday 6/18/2016 in Savannah GA?

  • To start off with, today is day of the JCB Mudfest. Have you ever done a mud run? Well this is something like that. Fun to participate in for the hearty and inshape, or just fun to watch. 

Forsyth Park Fountain -- Savannah (GA) 2012
Forsythe Park Fountain

What Else Can We Do in Savannah Anytime? 

Stay Over Night

Why not get a hotel room and make it a romanic weekend getaway. Check out:

Eat at a great Savannah restaurant

Take A Tour of Savannah 

Why not go for a bicycle ride in Savannah? 

Well there are quite a few things for everyone to do in Savannah this weekend and every weekend.So get out and explore Savannah for all its wonderfulness.
Other blog post about Things to do in Savannah include:

And remember, if you live in or around Savannah, give us a call if you need help with your A/C unit.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Four Savannah Blogs You Should Read

If you didn't know it, Savannah has a lot going on all year round. Our favorite time of year, however would have to be summer, which is right around the corner.

We were just checking out some Savannah blogs and thought we would share some of them in a blog post, so you can be sure to have lots of ideas for things to do in Savannah this summer.

  1. 16 Reasons to fall in Love with Savannah Georgia has a list of some places that people form Savannah might take for granted until we have out of town visitors to entertain. Kate, has some amazing images, many of which will make you very hungry.
  2. is just a really cool site that is tailored to people who might be visiting Savannah in the near future. I think it also has some really great posts that are sure to educate even us natives.
  3. MySweetSavannah is a blog by Melaine Thompson who has a passion for DIY projects and interior design. She shares a lot of DIY tips that could be very helpful to homeowners.
  4. Check out Julie Farmer's and her newest post  in which Julie shares 5 pet friendly Restaurants in Savannah

Street, Savannah, GA  
Be careful when reading these four blogs, you may encounter hunger pains or the urge to redesign your Savannah home.  

Stay Cool This Summer Savannah

If you are in the greater Savannah area this summer, and your A/C is on the fritz, please give us a call ((912) 232-3800) or visit our site, to schedule an air conditioner service call to insure you stay cool all summer long.

Share Savannah Tips with Us! 

Please share any tips, blogs or places in Savannah with us that we should know about  in a comment below.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Do You Need Springtime Furnace Service in Savannah?

No matter how accustomed we think we’ve become to freezing, snowy winters, once springtime rolls around, we always seem to fool ourselves into thinking that furnace repair in Savannah will no longer be needed.  The ice melts away, the winter boost and mittens are stored out of sight and we turn our minds away from everything that was vital to us over the last few months, from shoveling to snow tires and yes, furnaces.

However, aside from having to contact a company for furnace repair in Savannah, as long as your home heating was working, the odds are that you didn’t think about it too much over the winter and plan to think about it even less as spring turns into summer. 

That said, after the long frigid months, it’s very important to contact a good furnace service in Savannah in order to set up a solid maintenance plan.  That way, it will be all ready for use the next time the temperature starts to drop, and you’ll be able to avoid potentially expensive repairs.

What should be included in your springtime furnace maintenance?

  1. Replace the air filter – while you might be tempted to wait until the end of the fall to worry about replacing your air filter, you’ll thank yourself if you do it at the end of the winter so you don’t have to worry about it when the temperature starts to drop again.  It also means that you won’t forget to buy replacements and end up using a dirty filter for the first part of your next winter. A clean filter means your furnace will be able to work at its most effective level as adequate air flow will be possible.  It will also make sure cleaned air is being sent back into your home.
  2. Clean the furnace – dirt can not only reduce the efficiency of your furnace but it may also cause damage to the unit.  The motor, blower and other moving parts can all benefit from a proper cleaning.
  3. Lubricate if needed – while some furnaces are permanently lubricated, others have ports in which oil needs to be topped up every year with a non-detergent type of oil. Only two or three drops are needed. Over-lubrication should be avoided.
  4. Adjust or replace the belt – belts often need to be adjusted or replaced at the end of the winter.  Excessive wear is easy to spot as it leads to visible weak spots, fraying and rough edges.
  5. Inspect your ducts – once the temperatures are warm again, it’s the perfect time to inspect the ductwork throughout your home, particularly when it comes to colder locations such as unfinished basements and attics.  Perform a visual inspection of all seams, looking for any damage or parts that are coming apart. Keeping them sealed will keep your heating bill at its lowest.

 So now that you know what you need to do, you should consider calling Westberry Heating & Ventilation for your Savannah furnace service and repair.