Regular Maintenance & Tune-Ups:
Why You Need Them
Both the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency agree that, on average, half a home’s energy is used for heating and cooling. With so much strain on your heating and air conditioning systems, it is important to schedule regular tune-ups and maintenance appointments to keep your systems running smoothly and efficiently.
Three Tips for Lowering Your Utility Bill
- Change Your Air Filter Regularly - Some people have no idea when the last time they changed out their air filter was, if at all. Experts actually recommend changing your air filter once a quarter – every three months. Dirty air filters can block the flow of air, putting more strain on your system, and they can also pose serious health risks.
- Upgrade to a Programmable Thermostat - If you don’t have one already, we highly recommend getting a thermostat you can program. This will allow you to set your heating and cooling at specific temperatures, which can save you up to $180 a year.
- Get a Tune-Up Once a Year - By scheduling an annual maintenance appointment, you can extend the life of your systems and ensure that you aren’t wasting money on inefficient systems.
Tune-Up Special: It's Time for Your Tune-Up!
Annual check-ups help keep your furnace or air conditioner running correctly.