Tailored HVAC Solutions for Your Business: Our Commercial Service Offerings

Tailored HVAC Solutions for Your Business: Our Commercial Service Offerings

For over 50 years Thornton’s Heating & Air Conditioning has serviced the heating and air needs of homeowners in Alamance County. However, as our business continues to grow and expand, we’re happy to also help with your commercial HVAC needs, too. Choosing Thornton’s Heating & Air for your light commercial HVAC needs means partnering with…

Prepare Your Home and HVAC for Vacation: Hassle Free Tips for Peace of Mind

Prepare Your Home and HVAC for Vacation: Hassle Free Tips for Peace of Mind

It’s spring and that means vacation is right around the corner. Whether you’re headed out of town for spring break or, planning your summer getaway, rest easy knowing that your home is secure, and your HVAC system is set correctly by following these simple tips: If you haven’t scheduled your spring HVAC tune up, before…

Keeping Your Cool: The Importance of Spring Tune-Ups

Keeping Your Cool: The Importance of Spring Tune-Ups

The warm North Carolina weather is finally arriving and spring is in the air. While you’re getting the lawn ready, spring cleaning the house, and planning your next vacation, don’t neglect your HVAC unit this season. Here are a few reasons a spring tune up really does matter. While you’re spring cleaning, add Thornton’s Heating…

Sealing the Deal: A Guide to Identifying and Eliminating Air Leaks in Your Home

Sealing the Deal: A Guide to Identifying and Eliminating Air Leaks in Your Home

You’ve likely heard your own parents or grandparents yell, “close the door we’re not heating the whole neighborhood”. As a homeowner you want to make sure that’s true and you’re keeping every bit of cool (or hot) air that you can, inside where it belongs. There are a few ways that you can check your…

Winter’s Silent Threat: The Crucial Role of Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Protecting Your Home

Winter’s Silent Threat: The Crucial Role of Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Protecting Your Home

Winter weather often means you’re trying to stay warm and toasty indoors. Many individuals use some type of gas or gas combination unit to heat their home or business. This is often an efficient way to keep warm but with any type of gas it’s imperative to make sure you have a Carbon Monoxide detector….