Maintaining Heat System Energy Efficiency

Are you thinking about winter yet? We are. It’s time to be concerned about your heating system and its role in your level of comfort throughout the winter. If you’re paying to heat your home, you’re going to want to make sure you’re doing it as efficiently as possible. In our most recent blog, we covered furnace repairs for energy efficiency. In this blog, we’re going to give you some tips on how to maintain that level of energy efficiency.

Routine Maintenance

You’ll need routine maintenance on your heating system in your Roseville home. This will provide you with important information along the way. Your heating system can be repaired as needed if you know what needs done. As your home gets older, it will tend to get less and less energy efficient. It is important you keep up with routine maintenance on seals, cracks and any other place air has the chance to escape. Patching up holes and replacing portions of your home will help greatly.

Make Adjustments

Your heating system settings don’t have to be set and left that way all winter. Make adjustments as needed. Make sure your furnace and water heater are set to provide the best water and air temperature balance. It should be set for maximum efficiency and comfort throughout your home. If you are unsure about how to make the appropriate adjustments throughout the winter, consult an expert.

Adjust the temperature in your home, when you won’t be around for awhile. There is no need to warm an empty house. If you have the opportunity to upgrade your thermostat, choose one with a timer on it. This will allow you to begin heating your home just a little while before you get home, as to not waste energy.

Do you need assistance maintaining maximum efficiency for your heating system? Give us a call today at (651) 776-7214 or contact us online.

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