BREAKING NEWS: Winter is here.
Wait. What? You’ve already heard? Shucks! Well, that doesn’t change the fact that it’s going to be a bit cold for the next few months. How can you make the best of it? Other than skiing, snowboarding, and sledding, there are many ways you can stay warm. Here are three simple tips for dressing warm this winter:
- Be A Hot Head – Maybe we worded that wrong … Keep your head hot. The top of your head expels more heat than any other part of your body. From beanies to wool hats with ear flaps, always wear something that covers the bottom of your earlobes to the tippy top of your noggin. If you want to go the extra mile, find a winter mask that will protect your nose and mouth. Remember, take it off before entering any banks or you may be mistaken for a villain in a heist movie.
- Protect Your Neck – Scarves, turtlenecks, and hoodies can all help regulate your neck’s temperate. If you are going for a stylish approach, we recommend a nice lambswool scarf. If you want to give off a Steve Jobs kind of vibe, black turtlenecks are the way to go.
- Stay Dry – Sounds simple enough, right? While it is inevitable that you will step in some snow this winter [if you live in our service area], you don’t have to deal with wet feet all day. Always double up on socks when you are planning to trek through some soft white powder. Also, make sure you have a dedicated pair of snow boots and a backup pair of socks handy if you plan on taking an extended journey through the frigid wilderness.
- BONUS – Call Dowd HVAC – While this may seem like a business plug, it’s also valid advice. Be proactive. Don’t wait until you need hot water heater repair like so many Willow Grove, PA folks do. Book an appointment before the super busy season. We will do a thorough evaluation and fix any inefficiencies we find to ensure your warmth this winter.
We have been providing heating services to Willow Grove, PA, Hatboro, PA and the surrounding towns for years! When your loved ones sit around the living room unwrapping presents, they should remember the joy they feel being with you — not the cold they feel because their heater died. Talk to you soon