Upgrading your thermostat will allow you to enjoy energy savings that directly translates to money savings.
A furnace fact that is worth noting is that they can last for up to 18-25 years if they are well maintained.
Your HVAC system works hard to keep you comfortable without needing much in return, but it still needs some attention from time to time.
Many homeowners don’t realize that they can improve indoor air quality simply by performing regular HVAC maintenance tasks.
Manual systems that require homeowners to continually monitor their home’s temperature and make adjustments have been traded in for programmable or smart thermostats.
Take some time before the heating season starts to improve energy efficiency and prolong the life of your furnace.
Programmable versions can be customized to your inclined settings once and it is good to go for the rest of the season.
Regardless of what time of the year it is, everyone should be replacing their furnace filter at least once a month to prevent the buildup of debris and make your furnace run harder than necessary.
Older HVAC systems use outdated technology that not only impacts your comfort but also your repair costs.
If you notice that one section of your house tends to be much hotter or cooler than the rest, you might be over-cooling parts of your home to make up for the difference.