Follow these tips to keep your finance in good condition, save money on repairs and increase your systems efficiency.
As winter draws nearer, it's time to start thinking about preparing your heating system for the colder months ahead. Servicing and maintaining your heating system can help you reduce the risk of damage to your home due to breakdowns caused by clogs and other issues. It can also make your heating system more efficient, helping you to save on your energy bills. Follow these four tips to make sure your heating system is ready for the first cold snap of winter.
It's September, kids have just started school, and winter is probably the last thing you're thinking about right now. That's exactly why right now is the time to schedule a fall furnace maintenance appointment. Before you know it, October cold snaps are going to arrive. If you wait until then to find out that your furnace won't turn on, is making strange noises, or is costing you way more to run than it should, you could be sitting in the cold while you wait for an available furnace technician during the beginning of the winter rush.
While the snow is still on the ground, you might not be thinking much about spring. Yet, spring is on its way, bringing with it a handful of outdoor maintenance tasks. In particular, your air conditioning equipment needs some preparation before you plan to turn it on. If you take the opportunity get a head start on these jobs now, you will enjoy more effective cooling, when the time comes.
When people consider buying a new furnace, they see an efficiency rating on the appliance. But, what does furnace efficiency mean, and how do buyers know what they need? Furnace efficiency is merely one part of the overall efficiency of your HVAC systems. And, furnace efficiency requires proper care and maintenance for maximum output and longevity of the appliance. With the right equipment, as well as professional maintenance and assistance from A. Borrelli HVAC, property owners improve their furnace efficiency.