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Saving on Heating Costs – Tip #12 Choosing the Right HVAC Company

Taking steps to save on heating costs is more than just the first 11 tips we have already shared. It’s important to find the right team that cares about your home as much as you do. A team of expert Heating and Cooling technicians to provide advice and are only a moment’s notice from coming over to help solve any problem that may arise.

Saving on Heating Costs – Tip #10 Heat a Smaller Space

Tip #10 - Heat a Smaller Space Why heat the rest of the house when you're using only one area? Small space heaters can be less expensive to use if you only want to heat one room or supplement inadequate heating in one room. They can also boost the temperature of rooms used by individuals who are sensitive to cold. Although running the portable heater certainly has a cost, it may be less than keeping the entire house warm and cozy. But remember, for optimum safety the Department of Energy recommends the following: only purchase [...]

Saving on Heating Costs – Tip #7 Be Diligent About Maintenance

Tip #7 - Be Diligent About Maintenance Just like any other major appliance, a furnace needs regular tune-ups. Keeping it clean and properly adjusted helps it run efficiently and prolongs its lifespan. A clean, well-maintained furnace can save you another five percent on your heating bill.   Check back over the next few weeks to see all 12 tips and tricks to stay warm and not blow the budget this winter: Turn Down the Heat ✓ Install a Programmable Thermostat ✓ Reduce Drafts ✓ Change Furnace Filters ✓ Run Ceiling Fans in Reverse ✓ Turn Down the Water Heater ✓ Be [...]

Saving on Heating Costs – Tip #6 Turn Down the Hot Water Heater

Tip #6: Turn Down the Hot Water Heater The standard setting for a hot water heater is 140 degrees Fahrenheit, but The Simple Dollar notes that dialing down to 120 degrees, which is still plenty warm, can push energy costs down by 6 to 10 percent. Other strategies, such as a tankless or solar water heater, may have a bigger impact but require an initial investment of at least several hundred dollars.   Check back over the next few weeks to see all 12 tips and tricks to stay warm and not blow the budget [...]

2020-02-17T16:26:40-05:00January 20th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Saving on Heating Costs this Winter – Tip #5 Run Ceiling Fans in Reverse

Tip #5: Run Ceiling Fans in Reverse Changing the direction of a ceiling fan can shave as much as 10 percent off monthly heating bills. Flip the switch on the base of the fan to turn the traditional counterclockwise rotation to a clockwise rotation that pushes warm air back into circulation. Check back over the next few weeks to see all 12 tips and tricks to stay warm and not blow the budget this winter: Turn Down the Heat ✓ Install a Programmable Thermostat ✓ Reduce Drafts ✓ Change Furnace Filters ✓ Run Ceiling Fans in Reverse ✓ Turn Down [...]

Save on Heating Costs this Winter – Tip #1 Turn Down the Heat

While the holidays ushered in family, glad tidings and lots of gifts, you may have been too busy to notice that they also heralded something else. Yup, the winter solstice snuck in just before Christmas and with it the official start of winter. Colder weather will be here for a few months, but there’s no reason to freeze or to go broke keeping your house warm. So grab a sweater or a cup of hot cocoa and curl up to learn how to lower your heating costs this winter.

2020-02-17T16:30:09-05:00December 30th, 2019|Categories: Heating Service, HVAC Systems, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , |

National HVAC Tech Day is June 22nd!

Today, many of us take the comforts of central air conditioning for granted. But it’s the technicians who keep our HVAC systems running, day and night. Here's a look behind the scenes at what it takes to be an HVAC hero...