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As we transition from winter to spring, it’s important to make sure our homes are ready for the warmer weather. For many of us, that means preparing our HVAC systems. Here are a few tips to get your HVAC system ready for spring. Check your air filter Regularly inspecting and maintaining your air filter is an important step to keeping your HVAC system operating smoothly and efficiently. Dirty or clogged air filters can restrict important
Heating/Air Conditioning
Are you struggling to get a good night’s sleep? If so, you might be surprised to learn that the temperature of your bedroom could be one of the key factors. Especially with the crazy weather patterns we experience here in Virginia, it’s important to keep the temperature in your bedroom consistent! That’s where maintaining your air conditioner is important…but we’ll get to that later. First, we’ll explore how to find your optimal sleep temperature and
Heating/Air Conditioning
When the temperatures start to drop outside, it’s important to make sure your home is ready for winter. One way to do that is by making sure your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is up to the task of keeping you warm all season long. While it’s important to perform regular heat pump maintenance by a trained HVAC technician, here are a few tips that you can do at home to save your
Energy Saving
Carbon monoxide can be a silent killer – it is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas. The CDC reports that about 430 people die each year from this and over 50,000 go to the ER. Mild carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms include nausea, headaches, and dizziness. Severe cases can cause heart damage, brain damage, and death. This gas can be produced when any material containing carbon (wood, coal, kerosene, natural gas, gasoline, propane, or charcoal) is burned.
Air Quality
According to the Energy Information Administration, there will be an increase in heating bills this coming winter. Almost half of Americans use natural gas to heat their homes, and the cost of that is predicted to be 25% higher than last year. Those who heat their homes with electricity can also expect to pay more – about an 8% increase from 2021. Wasted energy translates into a higher bill at the end of the month.
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