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Efficiency in Home Heating & Cooling

Efficiency In Home Heating & Cooling

When most homeowners think of home heating repair, they think of fixing or replacing a broken heater or air conditioner. However, one of the most common repairs is actually an update for maintenance. Having your home routinely evaluated for energy efficiency is a great way to make sure you are saving all the money you can on your heating and cooling bills.

Approximately 100 million American homes are equipped with air conditioning units, and central air is one of the more popular home cooling systems. The most common place to find central air conditioning is in the Southern United States, where 85% of homes are equipped with central air, followed by 74% of homes in the Western United States and 44% of homes in the Northeastern United States. One of the easiest ways to promote efficiency in your Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system is to change the air filter once every two months. In addition to helping the system run more efficiently, changing the filter promotes clean air circulation, allowing your family to breathe better.

Another way to save money on heating and cooling bills is to install new insulation and window treatments, so that your HVAC system doesn’t have to work as hard to keep the internal temperature of your house right where you want it. A more efficient furnace is less likely to wear out and break, saving you money on heating and cooling repair services.

If your furnace has already broken, you will want to call your local furnace repair or home heating repaircompany. A home energy specialist will be able to give you a quote on what the repair will cost, as well as identifying other areas in the home that could be more efficient, possibly saving you from future repairs. As always, check the references of the companies you speak to, and be sure to shop around, as many companies have financing options for those in need. Home heating repair doesn’t need to be a hassle!

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