Archive for September, 2012

Lower Heating Bills In The Winter

We are all looking for ways to keep costs down. While there are some “wants” that we can cut out of our lives, we quickly note that there are some things that we just need to spend money on. For example, if you live in a place where cold weather reigns in the winter time, you are going to use your heater. Whether you live in a six-bedroom home or a one-bedroom apartment, you are no doubt going to look at your energy bill at the end of the month and shake your head at … read more »

Cold Air/Hot Furnace-5 Things You Need to Know

When the cold weather in Jacksonville, Florida, begins to move in, it is important to ensure that your furnace is ready to run. You don’t want to be stuck in the middle of winter without any heat. Here you will find five things you need to know about maintaining your furnace during the cold weather. 1. Ensure you have a clean air filter installed in your furnace. This is one of the easiest and most important ways to maintain your furnace. If your furnace filter is dirty and clogged up, it will slow down the flow of … read more »

Ensure an Efficient Furnace This Winter

Jacksonville Air-Conditioning Technicians Share Their Favorite Tips Colder weather is just around the corner. Now is the best time to do a seasonal check on your furnace. There are a few things that you, the homeowner, can do to maintain your furnace and keep the heating bills down. The filter is always the best place to start. It filters the air going through the duct system. This serves two purposes. One, it removes dust from the air and your house, reducing the amount of dust you breathe. Two, it keeps dust from gathering on the … read more »

5 Energy Saving Tips for Your Furnace

With winter just around the corner, it’s time to take inventory on the heating system used in your house. Your furnace uses an extreme amount of energy. You expect it to run 24/7, and at high-efficiency, especially during cooler winter nights. Take the time to regularly maintain this powerful unit, and you’ll reduce the cost and energy taken when it’s time to heat your home. Here are five maintenance tips every homeowner should use before firing up their furnace for the winter: Change Furnace Filters Regularly Dirt is the worst enemy of your furnace. An … read more »