The Changing Seasons and Your HVAC System
With winter right around the corner, you want to make sure that your Greenville, North Carolina, home and HVAC system will be ready to take on whatever the weather throws your way. The changing seasons serve as a reminder that it’s time to take care of your HVAC system. It is a worthwhile investment that ensures comfort and energy savings and protection for your valuable equipment.
Capitalize on Mild Temperatures
Your HVAC system is one of the biggest reasons for high utility bills, but changing seasons provide a chance to capitalize on energy-saving opportunities. When the weather is mild, consider turning off your HVAC system and using other ways to control the temperature inside your home. If the weather is chilly, open the window shades and curtains to let extra sunlight in for warmth during the day. Consider using a space heater at night instead of turning on the heat. Giving your HVAC system a break will save you money and extend the life of your system.
Schedule Preventive Maintenance
When the temperature drops, HVAC contractors get busy. You don’t want to be faced with an emergency this winter or have to hope for an appointment during the peak periods. To reduce the need for emergency repairs and ensure that you’ll be ready for winter, schedule preventive maintenance today. Make sure your furnace or heating system is winter-ready before the cold actually sets in. You will save you time and money and keep your system efficient.
Test Your Indoor Air Quality
When you’re stuck indoors all winter, you’re much more likely to get sick. Have your IAQ tested now to make sure your air is safe before you spend most of the winter locked inside. Poor indoor air quality leads to a number of illnesses, so it is a good idea to get your indoor air. Improving your air quality will do wonders for your health and the performance of your HVAC system.
If you need preventive maintenance or would like to have your indoor air tested, we are the contractors you should call. Contact J and J Mechanical at (855) 800-1341 to speak with an experienced professional today.
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