Heating your home can be one of the largest energy costs on your monthly bill, but you can ensure those bills don’t spike by following these home heating tips.
No matter how old your system is, tune-ups and maintenance can help improve efficiency and prevent future repairs or breakdowns.
Your HVAC rarely gets a break, it is in air conditioning mode for some of the year and heating mode for others.
Experts at Choice Air Care are here to help keep your system running so you are not left out in the cold this winter. Tune-ups include pulling the electric motors, inducer draft motors, burners and other heating components, cleaning them out and reinstalling.
Your air filter is a very important part of your HVAC system and should be replaced at least every 3 months to ensure it is capturing all the pollutants that shouldn't be in your air.
Simply take out the old filter and put in a clean one. This will help cut energy costs and keep your indoor air quality good.
Think cranking your thermostat up will effectively heat your home? It actually doesn’t. The higher the temperature doesn’t mean your system will heat up quicker.
The further the temperature from the outside temperature, the harder your system will be working to heat your home.
68 degrees Fahrenheit is a good average temperature to keep your heating system working efficiently.
Even if your heater can do the job of heating your home, blankets, sweaters, and scarves can make you feel cozy in the fall and winter.
So sit by the fireplace and enjoy a cup of coffee bundled in a blanket, if you’re feeling a little chilly.
Understanding how to heat your home during fall and winter can save you time and money. Choice Air Care has you covered for any heating repair or replacement services. We are taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our customers at this time. If you need AC help, contact Choice Air Care online or call us at (972) 332-3927.