Robertson Heating Supply

Robertson Heating Supply
Robertson Heating Supply offers Furnace Repair services in Lima OH.

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Robertson Heating Supply has an overall ZapScore of 66. This means that Robertson Heating Supply has a higher ZapScore than 66% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Lima, Ohio is 36 and in the Furnace Repair category is 66. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Have problems installing outlet boxes? Take a look at this video demonstration Sioux Chief has provided to assist you in the process!

Robertson Heating Supply shared Aprilaire's photo.
Good Monday Morning everyone! The heatwave we've been having here in the North East the last week aren't the only reason to keep those AC units on. Check out this post from Aprilaire on how the filters in your AC unit can actually help keep your allergies to a minimum
It might be cool in the evenings, but don’t shut off the AC yet, especially if you’ve got fall allergies. Running the air conditioner helps filter the air, which lets you sleep more soundly.

Oh boy, good thing it's Friday, don't get yourself in a twist like this poor duct work! Have a safe and happy weekend everyone!
to put a twist in the duck work before you install it

Thursday Trivia! Did you know that your furnace keeps your water lines from freezing? Without a furnace, your lines would freeze in as little as 3 DAYS! Has this ever happened to you? We sure are saying a silent thank you to our furnaces for keeping our water flowing!

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A single LENOX blade was able to cut a plane in half.