March 26, 2020

Although winters in Kennesaw are fairly mild, you’ll still probably be using your heat off and on throughout the winter months. If your furnace isn’t running at its best, it can result in big energy bills during the winter. The good news – you can take a few measures to improve furnace efficiency and lower those heating costs.

1. Take Time To Change Filters

One of the simplest and least expensive tips for improved furnace efficiency is to take time to change your filters regularly. Old, dirty filters can result in blockages that overwork your furnace. If your furnace is working harder, you will notice your bills going up. If you are not sure what type of filter you need, Prime Comfort can recommend one for your system.

2. Update Your Thermostat

If you are using an old, basic thermostat, updating your thermostat to a programmable one can make a huge difference. With a programmable thermostat you can customize temperature settings throughout the day, ensuring you use less energy at times you’re not at home or when you’re sleeping. In fact, with a programmable thermostat, you can see significant savings on your energy bills. Simply lowering the thermostat for several hours a day while you’re at work or sleeping can add up to big savings on heating costs.

3. Schedule Routine Professional Inspections

Routine inspections and maintenance are critical for furnace efficiency. A regular furnace maintenance check with a heating professional can help you find any problems before they turn into big ones. Our professionals at Controlled Climate Services will also give you some additional tips for improving furnace efficiency to help you lower heating costs for the winter.

Kennesaw’s #1 Choice In Heating Services

The weather is starting to cool down, and you will be using that furnace before you know it. Make sure that everything is ready to go by scheduling your professional inspection. Call us at Controlled Climate Services today to set up your appointment.

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