Are you looking for some HVAC energy-saving tips? You’ve come to the right place! Now more than ever, homeowners are trying to save money and reduce their energy consumption. The trick is doing it without sacrificing your cool air in the summer and your warm air in the winter. Take a look at these two top tips for using less energy.
Tip #1: Change Your Air Filter
Your air filter is the easiest and least expensive way to reduce your heating and cooling costs. When your air filter does its job and traps all sorts of airborne pollutants, it can get dirty and clogged fairly quickly. When that happens, the HVAC system has to work overtime to pull in the same amount of air for heating and cooling, resulting in excess energy use. Changing the air filter regularly can help prevent that.
Tip #2: Don’t Forget HVAC Service
Once in the spring and once in the fall, regular service can help make your heating and air conditioning system more efficient. This twice-yearly maintenance can make sure there are no small issues that can turn into costly problems, that the system is running as it should, and that all components get tested, calibrated, lubricated, and working right. All of this together means equipment that will run more effectively and more efficiently.
There are many ways to save money on your energy bills this year. A great place to start is by calling in the pros. Reach out to the energy experts at G+S Heating and Air for more information on making your HVAC system more energy efficient.