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    Quick Tips to Improve Your HVAC Efficiency

    Happy family in home Everyone has that comfortable temperature that they want their house to stay out. Maybe yours is 68 degrees, maybe it’s 72. No matter what it is, your HVAC system works hard to meet your expectations. How do you ensure that your unit is working as efficiently as possible? Here are some HVAC service and repair tips to keep your system operating correctly.


    1.       Invest in a programmable thermostat. One of the best ways to boost the efficiency of your HVAC system and lower the cost of your utilities is by investing in a programmable thermostat. These devices can be set to different temperatures at varying times of the day. For example, if you are gone for a large portion of the day, it makes sense to set your thermostat to a temperature that will use more energy. A programmable thermostat automatically changes the temperature based on the times and days you set it to, requiring less work for your system and more money in your pocket.

    2.       Change the filter regularly. The filter on your HVAC system needs to be changed monthly while in use. These delicate screens help to filter out dirt, dust, and allergens from being pumped through the system and blown throughout your house. The more debris that is collected on the filter, the harder it is for your system to do its job. By replacing the filter regularly you can ensure the efficiency of your HVAC and also the health of your family.

    3.       Have your system tuned up regularly. Each year, call a professional to come and tune up your system. They will be able to spot any issues that might be keeping your HVAC from working as it should and repair it quickly. A tune-up is a great way to keep your system efficient and avoid damage or large repairs.

    4.       Repair leaks and seal up holes. If you notice any damage in the lines, condensation tubes, or other holes that could be preventing your system from working adequately, be sure to seal them up. Otherwise, the HVAC could be working overtime to heat and cool your home. This can cause damage to the parts and also be costly. If the problem is too big for you to repair on your own, call a professional as soon as possible.


    When it comes to HVAC service, it’s important to keep your system working as efficiently as possible. If you suspect a problem with your heating and cooling unit, call in a company who specializes in HVAC service and repair. Then sit back, relax, and know that your home is being energy efficient.