Thanksgiving is near and it’s a great time to pause and reflect on the parts of our life that we are thankful for! On our list should definitely be the ability to control the temperature in our home with our heating and cooling system. Since we are so thankful for technology to advance creating well equip HVAC systems we need to make sure we’re doing our part to keep it happy. The following is a list of 4 things your furnace is thankful for you keeping tabs on:
- Check & Change Filter: your HVAC system will definitely be thanking you for helping to extend its life, keep energy costs down, maintain air quality and keep your system clean by regularly changing the filter.
- Adjust ceiling fans: another way to help relieve stress on your HVAC system is to make sure to adjust your ceiling fans accordingly. In the cooler seasons you’ll want to make sure your fan is rotating clockwise to pull cool air up while in the warmer seasons your fan should be rotating counterclockwise to push cool air down. Making sure your fans are rotating in the correct direction will work with your HVAC system to operating more efficiently
- Invest in Clean Air Products: Keeping the air in your home clean will allow the system to continue operating as it should and avoid added contaminant from clogging the system. Your family will also be extremely thankful to breathe clean air and avoid respiratory problems.
- Schedule Your Fall Tune-Up: By scheduling bi-annual 16 point precision tune-ups on your HVAC system you can help to prolong the life of your unit. Signing up for a maintenance plan will definitely help give you peace of mind protection and satisfaction guaranteed!
For any HVAC or plumbing repairs, installations, indoor air quality, architectural metal or pest help the BELOMAN is here to save the day! BELIEVE IN THE BELOMAN WAY! We’re the only HVAC and plumbing company in the Metro East to receive the 2016 Better Business Bureau TORCH Award. The award honors excellent commitment to customer service through exceptional standards for ethical business practices.