Image Credit: unsplash.com
Did you know heating your home uses more energy and costs more money than any other system in your home, typically making up about 42% of your utility bill? But, by properly maintaining and upgrading your heating system, you can save more money and increase your comfort. According to the recent research reports, “By combining proper equipment maintenance and upgrades with recommended insulation, air sealing, and thermostat settings, you can save about 30% on your energy bill while reducing environmental emissions.” The Importance of Heating System Maintenance Getting an annual heating system inspection by a HVAC specialist will ensure that your heating system is in proper working condition. Heating System Maintenance – Checklist If you are geared up for heating system maintenance, you must check the following items. Thermostat Did you know a faulty thermostat can lead to inefficiencies in your heating system and raise your heating costs? So, check the thermostat to make sure that your heating system keeps you comfortable and works efficiently. Leaks Check for any leaks as they can become the primary source for high heating costs and health hazard. Blower Assembly Inspect and clean blower assembly to ensure that the heating system is in proper working condition. The heating system includes blower housing, blower wheel and motor. Other Important Tips
A well-insulated house and a well-maintained heating system can reduce the heating bills. Hire us now for regular heating system inspection.
Redeem & Save Today$95
$95 (Reg $195) up to 6 feet. Your dryer's exhaust system can get clogged with lint, which will keep your dryer from functioning properly. As a result the dryer will take longer to dry clothes, and it will also increase your electric bill and create a fire risk.
Redeem & Save TodayStarting at $195
Starting at $195 (Reg $600) - up to 6 runs, $45 per each extra run.
Eliminating dust, dirt, and microbial growth from your duct work can improve indoor air quality while maintaining a cleaner home and increasing HVAC efficiency.