Your HVAC system helps you make it through scorching summers and freezing winters. However, this comes at a price, as your central heating and cooling system accounts for the majority of your energy expenses. Higher utility costs can indicate that your system is no longer as energy efficient as it once was.

Replace Air Filters 

Clean your HVAC system’s filters at least once a month, or as recommended by the manufacturer. Keep in mind that you may need to clean or change them more often if you live in a dusty area. If you don’t, they could become clogged, and clogged filters can harm the energy efficiency of your HVAC system. They do this by making your unit work harder to keep your interior comfortable, resulting in higher energy bills.

Regular Maintenance

With routine maintenance and proper care, you can ensure your HVAC system remains efficient all-year-round. Annual inspections can help you save on AC and furnace repair costs, as they enable professionals to detect and address minor issues like damage, leaks and energy use problems before they get worse.

Clean Ducts and Vents

Clean ducts and vents allow air to flow smoothly from your HVAC unit, and aid in improving your home’s indoor air quality. Vents are usually easy to remove for cleaning.

Switch Off Appliances

Power down your computers, exercise equipment, media system and other electronics and appliances when not in use. This will help increase the energy efficiency of your HVAC system, as these items generate heat and draw electricity.

Are you looking for reliable experts to replace and install furnace or air conditioner units? If so, then turn to Econoair Heating & Cooling Inc. You can count on our team for a neat, high-quality installation. We make certain to perform thorough checks after installation to ensure the efficiency of your unit. Call us at 905-763-2400 or fill out our contact form to request a quote.

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Bruce Pou