For many, the winter season means holiday shopping, hot chocolate, and time spent with friends and family. But trying to stay warm and cozy during the winter days can take a toll on your utility bills. Here are some tips to conserve energy and save on your bills.
Furnaces need care over their years of service to keep them in good working order. A properly maintained system will deliver maximum heat output to your home without wasted energy or the risk of harmful emissions. Use the following tips to ensure your home furnace operates optimally when it's cold outside.
Most people wouldn’t leave a car sitting for half the year without keeping it maintained, but many people do it with their HVAC system on a yearly basis. Your furnace sits all summer without use or even maintenance. So when winter arrives, the furnace grunts, groans, smells bad and possibly will not even work. As the days start getting shorter and the nights cooler, it is time to get that maintenance you’ve been putting off.
Purchasing a new home is both overwhelming and exciting all at the same time. As an experienced or first time home buyer, you might not be as aware of the potential problems that can arise in a home. Just because the HVAC system worked during the inspection doesn’t mean it will last.
As you settle back into the back-to-school routine and the chilly weather starts lurking in, now is the perfect time to start saving energy at home. Space heating is typically the largest energy expense in American households, making up nearly 45% of residential energy bills.
Here are some tips and tricks to stay warm and comfortable while saving on energy bills.