It is getting colder here in Charlotte. The frigid temperatures are a constant reminder to stay warm both inside and outside the house. We know the challenge to find new and creative ways to stay warm but also saving money. Here are some tips and tricks that you can utilize to get the most out of your heating system. Let’s start with the things that have no cost but big impact:
Your family’s comfort during the Holidays is at the top of your list… and ours. But staying comfortable month after month does not happen automatically. It takes effort to keep things running smoothly. To help you stay on track we offer a furnace inspection for just $89.
Each year Charlotte Observer readers vote for their favorite businesses in the metro area. We are proud to be included in this year’s top three in the Heating and Air Services category. Thanks to you, we are still keeping Charlotte comfortable with our expert service and quality products. We appreciate your vote! Other News – Have You Heard?
Here are some Fall Tips, seasoned advice, and a few good old fashioned suggestions to help you save money on your heating bill, avoid costly repairs, and keep your HVAC system in top shape. One -Keep a clean furnace filter during the cold weather. When your furnace runs with a clean filter, the whole system is more functional.
It’s Fall: Is Your Heating System Ready to Perform? October is off to a warm start, but rest assured the trees are gearing up for their annual show of color and the squirrels are hiding their last batch of nuts for winter. In the coming weeks, the jackets will emerge from the back of your closet and Halloween costumes will take over store shelves. This is the perfect month for bonfires, hay rides and camping trips. It is also perfect timing to contact us, your Charlotte heating and air conditioning service, for a maintenance check on your heating system.
Don’t Let Your Sneeze Guard Down Now Summer has passed, but that does not mean your concerns about allergies and air quality have passed. As the humidity drops, it is true that the pollen levels in the air will drop as well. Unfortunately, North Carolina’s climate is hospitable to fall allergens as well. The biggest one for the Charlotte area is short ragweed, but there are other particles floating in the air that can also cause allergic reactions.
Football preseason games are in full swing, and you are probably trying to get that last vacation in before the leaves start to fall and the holidays roll around. While you are shopping for back-to-school supplies and pulling out the jackets, don’t forget to winterize your home. You know those electric bills can go sky high when the temperatures drop, but with some attention from your Charlotte heating and air service, you can save yourself some money in the months to come. Is Your System Energy Efficient?
Even though this summer has been quite rainy in Charlotte, the heat is kicking in and by now your air conditioning is in full use. You appreciate waking up in the morning to the gentle breeze streaming out of your vents, but how often do you stop to think about what keeps that refreshing breeze flowing?
Quick, guess the biggest energy hog in your house? Right, the air conditioner. It takes a lot of power to reverse heat. A build up of high temperature has to go somewhere and be replaced with fresh, cool air. That’s why it takes so much energy to cool your home or office building. The unit that does all the work needs to be maintained properly so it can do its job efficiently. Without proper servicing, filter changes, and checkups, your air conditioner will start to cost more than it would have if you had spent a little in upkeep.
Do Not Wait For Summer To Schedule Your Charlotte HVAC Checkup. If you want to save money, you need to be a proactive homeowner. Too many homeowners react to maintenance situations around the house when a breakdown occurs. There’s no secret that very few homeowners conduct a roof inspection until water is dripping on their heads. The same holds true for maintaining a properly working HVAC unit. Typically,