7 Tips to Make Your Heating System Well-Equipped for Winter Comfort

During the winter, your heating system works overtime, so you should hire a professional HVAC contactor to get a preventive checkup of your heating system, before this. Yearly HVAC maintenance will also help you to avoid heating repair bills. Make sure your heating system is working efficiently all through the winters by following these 7 important tips:

  1. Set Your Thermostat

  2. Replace Your Filters

  3. Check Your Chimney

  4. Seal All Leaks

  5. Perform Gutter Cleaning

  6. Clean and Seal Your Ductwork

  7. Make Sure Your Vents Are Clear

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Comment by Franco Oyuela on November 12, 2018 at 3:21pm

EASY WAYS TO SAVE MONEY ON HEATING COSTS THIS WINTER:

1 – Install a programmable thermostat setting it up properly.

2 – Check your attic insulation.

3 – Have your air ducts inspected.

4 – Use that big, yellow heater in the sky.

5– Lower your thermostat.

6 – Insulate electrical outlets.

7 – Winterize your windows.

8 – Install draft stoppers for doors.

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