With the high price of energy, finding ways to make your home more energy efficient is top of mind for all of us. Whether you’re trying to be environmentally friendly or reduce your monthly utility bills – there are a few things you can do to help lower your energy consumption.

Upgrade to Efficient Heating and Cooling Equipment

First, consider upgrading less efficient equipment to a high-efficiency system and schedule regular maintenance with a trusted professional HVAC technician. It takes a lot to keep your heating and cooling equipment running, so you want to make sure your system operates smoothly and as efficiently as possible.

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Replace HVAC Filters

Second, be sure to replace your furnace filter regularly. A dirty furnace filter causes your furnace blower motor to work harder to move the warm air throughout your home, and that means it takes more energy for your furnace to keep your home at your preferred temperature. So be sure to follow the manufacturer’s recommended replacement cycle to help avoid unnecessary energy consumption.

Upgrade Your Thermostat

Third, think about upgrading to a programmable or WIFI-enabled learning thermostat. This innovative thermostat will automatically regulate itself by recording your usage patterns, eventually learning the exact temperature you like at each time of the day, helping you reduce energy waste.

Another few easy ways to help bring down energy consumption are ensuring your doors and windows are well-insulated and sealed. In the warmer months, use a ceiling fan to create a windchill effect, allowing you to be just as comfortable with a warmer temperature, helping you save on energy.

Call us today if you have questions about energy savings in your home or are looking to upgrade to more energy-efficient heating and cooling equipment. Our knowledgeable team of Home Comfort Advisors are committed to answering your questions and assessing your needs to find the right, energy-saving solution for you and your home.

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