Residential News

Optimizing the Cool: Accenting Your HVAC Equipment During the Hot Summer Months

You know by now that Suburban Companies is in the business of comfort and making sure that our customers’ home and business environment is at an optimal degree. (See what we did there?) Since we’re smack dab in the middle of summer, we’re going to focus on cooling for a moment. Keeping cool is essential … Continue reading Optimizing the Cool: Accenting Your HVAC Equipment During the Hot Summer Months


You Get What You Pay For: Invest in the Health of Your HVAC System

When was the last time you had dental work done? Do you remember? Did you call around looking for the lowest quote? Probably not. You probably did more research that fell in line with qualifications and “quality” over keeping your cost as low as possible. Do you remember the last time you needed to take … Continue reading You Get What You Pay For: Invest in the Health of Your HVAC System


Installing HVAC Satisfaction: Trinity Episcopal Church

Have we ever told you how much we enjoy working for our customers? If it wasn’t for our customers we wouldn’t be where we’re at, and we owe a great debt of gratitude to everyone that has enabled us to have been around providing the best HVAC product installation and maintenance services since 1963. We … Continue reading Installing HVAC Satisfaction: Trinity Episcopal Church


For Your Consideration: Equipment Features to Mull Over While Installing New HVAC Equipment

Are you in the process (or research phase) of taking better control of your heating and cooling environment? It’s a big investment, and one not to be taken lightly. You need to think long and hard about what your looking to achieve, and how to best combat pains you may face in your day-to-day quest … Continue reading For Your Consideration: Equipment Features to Mull Over While Installing New HVAC Equipment


The Cool is in the Coils

As summer fast approaches, home and business owners everywhere will be reaching for the controls to the air conditioner portion of their respective heating and cooling system. Right? Right. Quick question: What are you doing for your annual HVAC “checkup”? Are you locked into a service plan yet? Yes? GREAT. No? Well, consider it… Part … Continue reading The Cool is in the Coils


Suburban Companies Earns Sixth Consecutive Carrier President’s Award

Since 2007, Carrier has been recognizing its dealers who exemplify leadership and management, customer satisfaction, expertise, business growth and operational excellence with the prestigious Carrier President’s Award. It’s the highest honor an HVAC dealer can receive and is bestowed on a select few. While we cheered on our beloved Patriot’s as they won their 5th … Continue reading Suburban Companies Earns Sixth Consecutive Carrier President’s Award


New Year, New Resolutions for Your HVAC Environment

As 2016 came to a close and the focus becomes sharper on 2017, we all make it a point to make personal “resolutions” for the year that’s ahead of us. How about thinking from the perspective of your home or business HVAC system? If that heating and cooling system of yours could hold a conversation … Continue reading New Year, New Resolutions for Your HVAC Environment


Winter Heating Checklist

It’s going to be cold this winter. We’re coming off of one of the warmest winters in our history, so, this year will make up for the “comfort” we had last year. We expect it to be cold, wet, and, the combination of those two will undoubtedly yield a healthy amount of snow, and ice. … Continue reading Winter Heating Checklist


Think Filters

Let’s talk about filters for a second. We’re not talking about the filters you’re utilizing when snapping photos on your phone (to make the photos look better). No, we’re talking about filters that could potentially cause inopportune effects if not given the proper attention. If you have an HVAC system installed in your home, chances … Continue reading Think Filters


Hot Topic – Preparing Your Home for the Cold New England Months Ahead…

The last leaves are barely clinging to their spot on otherwise bare tree branches. A frost was likely stuck to the windshield when you set foot outside to begin your daily commute to work (if it hasn’t yet, it will soon, trust us…). It’s time to break out the winter gear, and likewise, it’s time … Continue reading Hot Topic – Preparing Your Home for the Cold New England Months Ahead…