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Holiday Season HVAC Savings Guide

The holiday season is right around the corner! That means family, fun, food, and stress over how much money we’ll all be spending on everything. If you’re bombarded by your kids with what they all want for the holidays, the efficiency of your heating system is probably the last thing you want to hear about. Unless you’re coming up on a catastrophic heating repair that needs to be taken care of, you should focus on your holiday needs.

However, if you’ve got an aging furnace that you’d like to last through the season, why not let us help you avoid heating repair in Plymouth, IN? There are some tips that we could fill you in on, that could help reduce the overall cost of repairs, increase efficiency, and give you peace of mind knowing that your heater is in great shape to last out the rest of the season.

A Happy Heater Yields Results

Having a heater that is in good condition isn’t just for peace of mind. Systems that are running with cleared air filters, in clean spaces, and with annual check-ups done early, often last statistically longer than heaters that are neglected. So, it’s not just for you!

  • Clean or replace your air filter. All forced-air heaters use an air filter that shields the system from invasive dust and debris. The air filter isn’t for your air quality per say (although it does help) but it’s mainly for the more sensitive interior components of your heater. A dirty air filter means your system is going to have to work harder to produce the same amount of heat, which puts unnecessary strain on specific components of your heater.
  • Clean around your heater. Forced air heaters require the continual intake of air from around your home and the continual exhaust of carbon monoxide and other byproducts of combustion. If your exhaust tubing is blocked by snow, dirt, dust, or debris, then you’re running a risk of carbon monoxide leaking into your home. Also, if your air vents are covered by furniture or miscellaneous things, then it’s not going to feel like your system is working as hard as it is!
  • Annual maintenance is important. We know you’re probably stressed about finances since the holidays are coming up, but what could be worse than enduring a heater breakdown during a family party? Maintenance serves two purposes—it allows a trained professional to give you a clear signal that your system is perfectly capable to last through the holidays, while also making minor adjustments to increase the efficiency and overall lower your heating bill as much as possible. If you’re looking to be in good hands for the season, this is the ticket.

We get it, you’re busy during this time of year. Everyone’s got parties to plan, gifts to buy, and cocoa to drink. Though, keeping your forced-air heater in good condition could help you sleep at night, and keep your family warm. Also, if you’re looking to keep your system in good shape, don’t forget about scheduling maintenance with the best team you can find.

If you’re looking for an experienced team of professionals to take care of your furnace check-up, why not call Collier’s Heating & Air Conditioning? Collier’s—A company you’ve grown to trust.

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