March 25, 2020

Apart from cold weather, the holiday season is all about meals, gatherings, and sharing warm moments with family and friends. At Controlled Climate Services in Kennesaw, we recommend that you try some of the following HVAC tips to help you maintain a comfortable atmosphere while entertaining guests in your home.

Turn Your Thermostat Down

Crowded spaces can quickly become uncomfortably warm and “stuffy.” During holiday gatherings, it is safe to turn your thermostat down as you will likely be using other heat sources, including the lights in your home and the oven. Additionally, the extra guests in your home will also generate additional body heat.

Check Your Home For Drafts

A few days before guests arrive, check your home for drafts that allow cold air in and heat to escape. Air leaks typically appear in the following areas:

  • Around the edges of doors
  • Window frames
  • Baseboards
  • Vents

Our qualified technicians can inspect your home and help keep your energy bill low by detecting and remedying air leaks. Schedule your appointment with us before having guests over to ensure your home’s heating system is in optimal condition.

Schedule Your HVAC Inspection

We recommend having your heating and air conditioning system inspected annually. If you haven’t yet had your inspection, now is the time. Have your system evaluated now to avoid untimely breakdowns, hazards, and unnecessarily high energy bills that can make the holiday season more stressful.

Serving Kennesaw And The Surrounding Areas

We will leverage our experience of more than 40 years in the HVAC business to provide your family with affordable, effective solutions. You can feel confident when you call on us for all your HVAC needs, including:

  • Furnace inspections
  • Heating repair
  • Heating maintenance
  • AC installation
  • AC repair
  • Air conditioning maintenance

Give us a call to schedule your appointment to get your home ready for the holidays and cold weather season. Contact us today for an inspection or immediate service.

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