Lee's Plumbing & Heating Inc

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Lee's Plumbing & Heating Inc
Lee's Plumbing & Heating Inc offers Furnace Repair services in Newton MA.

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Lee's Plumbing & Heating Inc has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Lee's Plumbing & Heating Inc has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Newton, Massachusetts is 34 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Do you have a HVAC unit that is not heating or cooling? While you wait for someone to service it, you should turn off your unit. By doing this, you may prevent further damage to your system.

Unfortunately, your heating system doesn’t care whether you’ve been too busy with work or family obligations to properly service it. When you lack the time to keep up with its maintenance requirements, we’re always here for you.

If you think your energy bills are getting out of hand, you're not alone. In 2009, the average annual cost of home energy was $2,000. There are ways you can help reduce furnace related costs, though. Here are a few: Have your system checked and adjusted annually, install a programmable thermostat if you don't have one, and clean or replace your furnace filter regularly.

The ancient Romans weren't the only ones who had centralized heating systems. Ancient Koreans developed a process called "ondol," which used the stove's warmth to heat the house. However, it was actually the Russians who designed modern central heating.

In forced air furnaces (and related systems), the ducts are like the veins and arteries of the human body. The return ducts bring cooled air to the furnace and, once heated, the air is distributed to the building proper through supply ducts.