Your HVAC keeps your home comfortable and safe during the harsh weather conditions. But in order for the system to do its job properly, it needs to consume a considerable amount of energy, which often results in high utility costs. Fortunately, there are simple ways that can help you lower your bills this New Year.
This 2020, be sure to include these New Year’s resolutions for your HVAC to save money.
Mind Your Air Filter and Duct
Air filters and air ducts play a vital role in your unit’s operation. If they are clogged with debris and dirt, they can’t do their job properly. Thus, obstructed airflow, inefficient operation and high utility bills are more likely to happen. This New Year, make it a habit to replace your filter regularly and schedule a professional duct cleaning at least once a year.
Hire a Trustworthy and Reliable Contractor
Whether you’re planning to install a new system or needing a repair for the existing unit, hiring a professional contractor is a wise move. Expert installers and technicians could make a big difference in your savings this New Year. They can help fix the issue right away before it costs you big. Letting the professionals handle the care for your HVAC definitely saves you money.
Always Look for Rebates
Did you know that rebates are now available on high-efficiency comfort equipment? You can qualify for this if you choose a qualified HVAC system and hire a certified installer. It might sound expensive to buy a higher efficiency system but rebates can help you save big. Start the year with big savings by getting the rebates you deserve.
Invest in High-Efficiency System
Choosing a highly-efficient HVAC over an inefficient unit makes a difference in your savings. Buying a unit with a higher efficiency rating doesn’t just deliver top-quality comfort in your home, but also saves you big on your utility bills. So when you are planning to buy a new system this New Year, pick a model with high Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) and Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating. Check the Energy Star rating, as well.
2020 brings a fresh beginning for you and your HVAC. Try these New Year’s resolutions and your HVAC system will surely thank you later.
For more HVAC and energy-saving tips, feel free to contact us at All Weather Temperature Control. Have a prosperous New Year!