- Worn down parts can force your HVAC equipment to work harder or run longer. Harder working appliances will increase your utility bills immediately, and it won't get better until you identify and replace the failing part.
- An old thermostat will fail to measure your home's temperature accurately. A faulty thermostat is another common cause of efficiency problems. The good news is that getting a programmable thermostat installed offers several ways to reduce heating and cooling costs.
- Inspections and maintenance agreements often include routine repairs like lubricating moving parts or replacing air filters. Even these seemingly little touches can make a big difference in your HVAC system’s performance and efficiency.
How Can Residential HVAC Inspections Help to Reduce My Monthly Energy Spending?
Wednesday, May 03, 2017
Residential HVAC inspections and maintenance agreements offer the perfect opportunity to improve your home's heating and cooling. A thorough examination can reveal emerging problems with your furnace or air conditioner. Those problems could be costing you extra money every month by reducing your HVAC system's efficiency.
Maintenance agreements usually offer homeowners one or two inspections every year to keep HVAC equipment in peak shape. Here are more ways inspections and maintenance agreements can keep your family comfortable and save you money at the same time:
Certified Electric Can Improve Your HVAC Efficiency and Performance
If you have concerns about your home's HVAC system, Certified Electric, Inc., will be glad to perform a thorough inspection. Our maintenance agreements offer Brunswick homeowners twice-yearly inspections and service. These visits are the best way to make sure your heating and cooling components keep working for many years to come. Get in touch with our friendly team today with your HVAC maintenance agreement questions.