New Year’s Resolutions for Your HVAC System
The new year is approaching so you’re probably already thinking of resolutions and goals. Saving money and reducing your carbon footprint are two impactful ways you can improve your lifestyle and maintain a more comfortable home. At Air Max HVAC, we specialize in providing efficient, affordable heating solutions to help you save money and conserve energy. Our experts recommend the following tips to boost your house’s energy efficiency in 2020.
Stay on Top of Preventative Maintenance
Preventative maintenance is important to keep your HVAC system efficient. We recommend having a licensed technician inspect your system annually to check for wear and tear and determine whether it is time to have components in your system cleaned to maintain air quality. This can help to avoid overworking your air conditioner and furnace.
Change Air Filters Regularly
The air filters in your HVAC system work hard to collect pollen, dust, and impurities all year. This keeps the air inside your house fresh. To work properly, these filters require regular cleaning and replacement. Depending on your system, you may need to swap them out every two to four months.
Invest in a Smart Thermostat
A smart thermostat is a worthy investment that will help you to keep your property at an optimal temperature at all times. Simply program your smart thermostat to lower the temperature when you are sleeping or away from home. You can also program the thermostat to increase the temperature just before you arrive home from work to ensure your comfort upon your return. Using a smart thermostat will help you to conserve energy, too.
Your Trusted HVAC Team
Altogether, the team at Air Max HVAC has over 80 years of combined experience servicing HVAC systems. That’s why residents throughout Burbank and the surrounding areas trust us. Count on us when you need an AC or heating repair, installation, and tune-up. Call us today to schedule your HVAC inspection. We can help you create a customized list of HVAC resolutions for the new year.Tags: HVAC, New Years, System