Keep Your Home Warm All Season Long

Even if your home doesn’t seem too cold right now, it definitely won’t be long before you’re desperately trying to find ways to prevent shivering. Of course, there’s no reason to have bouts of frigid temperatures inside your home as long as you follow a few simple tactics. To help you along, here are a few seasonal HVAC tips to keep you warm all season long:

Call a Qualified HVAC Technician

Before you do anything else to help you stay warm during the season, you should call a qualified HVAC technician for annual maintenance if you haven’t already done so. Not only will this improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your system, but it will also increase the operational life span of the equipment.

Clean or Replace Your Air Filter

When your system’s air filter has been doing its job and becomes clogged by dirt and debris, your heating equipment won’t run as effectively. Be sure that you check the filter every one to three months and either replace it or clean it as necessary, depending on the type of filter that your equipment uses.

Install a Programmable Thermostat

If you haven’t upgraded from a manual thermostat to a programmable model that allows you to set the times during which your heating equipment switches on and off, then it’s time to do so. And if you already have a programmable thermostat but it’s been a few years since you installed it, then it may be time to move to an improved model in that situation too.

Switch to a Zoned System

If you really want to get a handle on your home’s heating needs throughout the winter season, you should definitely consider the installation of a zoned system. This setup uses multiple thermostats and allows your home to be separated into different zones so that you can concentrate your heating efforts where they’re needed most.

For more seasonal HVAC tips or other questions on home comfort throughout the winter season, don’t hesitate to contact the experts at NisAir Air Conditioning and Heating. We’ve been serving Martin County, Palm Beach County, and Indian River County since 1973.

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