How to economically pinpoint home heating loss

By Stramowski | January 9, 2018
We Pinpoint Heating Loss Stramowski Heating, Inc. in Oak Creek & Milwaukee, WI

An interesting Christmas gift this year has helped a Stramowski customer pinpoint areas of his home that are leaking heat so he can address the issues of heat loss… especially important during our winter cold snaps! The gift was a Digital Laser Infrared Thermometer Gun found on Amazon. Using the…

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Keep the needles on the Christmas tree… not the floor.

By Stramowski | December 5, 2017

It’s no secret that winter makes the air dryer, impacting everything around us. Dry skin is probably first on the list but number two is most likely the family Christmas tree. There’s nothing worse than a fresh tree drying out a week before Christmas and the needles all falling off.…

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Sharing the love of the 70’s! Enter to win 2 movie tickets

By Stramowski | November 15, 2017
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Back in ‘77, songs like Abba’s Dancing Queen and Jimmy Buffet‘s Margaritaville, were flooding the airwaves. Jimmy Carter was president and George Lucas’s Star Wars was the biggest movie hit of the year. Do you remember? We do. ‘77 was also the year Stramowski Heating & Air Conditioning got it’s…

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When you’re ‘falling back’ and changing your batteries, don’t forget about your furnace tune-up!

By Stramowski | September 29, 2017

When you’re ‘falling back’ and changing your batteries, don’t forget about your annual furnace tune-up! Every fall we are reminded of the life-saving habit of changing and testing the batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. The reminders typically come when there is a fire that could have been…

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Stop choking your air conditioner!

By Stramowski | July 31, 2017
Blocked Air Conditioner

It’s amazing how much junk can collect around the base of an outdoor air conditioning unit. Grass clippings, leaves, flowers – you name it – all seem to be magnetically attracted to the bottom six inches of the air conditioning units. This happens because it is where the air intakes…

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