Comfort Control
Sunday, November 19, 2017

Give Your Home a Little TLC

As cooler weather moves in, your home heating system begins to wake up from a nap that started last spring. (Occasionally felt that same way myself!)

As you’d expect, once called into action, there are some old, stiff joints that need lubricating, and some crusty parts that need to be cleaned. After all, your system depends on delivering three main goals: comfort, safety and efficiency.

All of those depend on making sure your system is cleaned and tuned before the season gets underway. If done properly, your system doesn’t have to work as hard, which saves you money all winter by having a smaller energy bill.

This is a short list of what we’ll check for you in a pre-season checkup:
 
  • Check out the condensate drain.
  • Inspect fuel connections.
  • Apply lubricant to moving parts.

There are many benefits to a seasonal checkup, each important in maintaining an efficient and comfortable home. Before the cold and busy months set in, give us a call to help you prepare!
 
 

Maintain your HVAC system

Changing your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) filter once a month or so maximizes your system’s performance, minimizes its energy usage and ensures that the system keeps the inside of your home comfortable. And this one step saves 350 pounds of CO2 each year. If you don’t know how to change your filter, have a routine system check performed by a qualified HVAC technician (like ours!) and have him show you how to do regular filter changes in the future. Just give us a call – we’ll be happy to take care of this for you.

Get Sky-High Heating Bills Down to Earth

  • Check insulation levels in your attic, exterior and basement walls, ceilings, floors and crawl spaces.
  • Check for holes or cracks around your walls, ceilings, windows, doors, light and
  • plumbing fixtures, switches and electrical outlets.
  • Check for open fireplace dampers.
  • Check caulking and weather stripping, and repair if necessary.
  • Schedule an annual tune-up.
  • Seal and insulate leaky ducts.

Consider a programmable thermostat that will automatically lower temperatures when heating is not needed. When you call for a tune-up, ask for an estimate of how much
you can save with a new energy efficient system.

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