Winter is here, and we are definitely feeling its chill in MN nowadays! If you want to feel more Christmas comfort in MN and less of the infamous MN chill, we here at Aabbott Ferraro have a few tips on some easy things you can do to conserve heat (and comfort!) in your MN home:
- If you don’t already have one, getting a programmable thermostat installed in your MN home can help with the Christmas comfort of staying nice and warm during MN’s coldest months. You can program it so the temperature is lower at night and during the day when you are not home, ensuring that warm Christmas comfort will be felt all winter.
- Use those socks your Aunt Bertha bought you for Christmas! (And here you are thinking that socks are the worst gift ever!) Wearing socks and a sweater around your house can save you some money on your heating bills (and increase your comfort levels!). If you lower the temperature on your thermostat by just ONE degree, you can reduce your energy use by 3%!
- Aabbott Ferraro should come out at least once before the cold hits to inspect your furnace. We can ensure that it is in good working order for your MN Christmas comfort by changing the filters and making any necessary repairs.
- If the air inside of your house feels dry, get a humidifier. You can find inexpensive ones at your local hardware or department store. This, too, will help ensure your Christmas comfort.
- Put plastic over your windows and make sure your doors have weather stripping on them. This will help keep the cold air out and the warm Christmas comfort air in where it should be!
- If there are any rooms in your MN home that are not used regularly, seal them off until the weather warms up again.
Aabbott Ferraro is here to help with any heating needs you may have this winter to be sure you get plenty of Christmas comfort! Give us a call at (651) 776-4799, schedule an appointment or request a free estimate. Plus we have a help line for repair services that you can call. One of our experienced technicians will get back to you within 24 hours of your call.