Regular maintenance can extend the life of your system, delaying the need for costly replacements.
Having appliances that generate heat next to your thermostat can lead to false temperatures being detected by your thermostat.
Your HVAC system may communicate its distress through various warning signs, including unusual sounds, inconsistent heating or cooling, increased energy bills, frequent repairs, and old age.
By reducing the workload on your HVAC system, a new thermostat can help prolong its lifespan.
Always leave enough time between turning on and off your HVAC system to avoid overworking it and causing any damage.
Lower your AC. As it’s cooling down outside, keep your HVAC system from working harder than necessary.
Leaves are arguably the most beautiful part of autumn, but they’re also one of the most damaging to your HVAC systems and general house maintenance.
Older thermostats don’t always accurately read the temperature or keep your furnace running efficiently.
Small problems like clogged filters, dirty coils, or a refrigerant leak can decrease efficiency, causing your system to work harder to maintain your desired temperature.
Fall brings milder temperatures, making it the ideal time to adjust your thermostat settings for energy savings.