Home air conditioners will soon begin to hibernate, but it won’t be long before you turn on your heater and then depend on it everyday this winter.
While you may not be ready for fall and winter yet, what about your FURNACE AND GAS FIREPLACE?
The most thorough way to ensure your ready for the changing seasons is to hire an expert, such as Dahlquist, Inc. While there are certainly different choices available for HVAC contractors, you’d be hard pressed to find one that informs, educates and advises its customers so that they can confidently make decisions regarding their heating, fireplaces and air conditioning needs.
There are also things you can do yourself to be better prepared.
To start, when was the last time you changed your air filter? They protect your HVAC system by keeping it clean from bacteria, dirt and other debris. They should be replaced every 30 to 90 days.
Technology has changed for the better regarding thermostats so that you aren’t wasting money and are heating and cooling your home only as needed. Consider installing a new one and also replace batteries once a year.
Another good tip is to seal any leaks and gaps around windows and doors in your house. Don’t make your HVAC system word extra hard, which will ultimately result in higher bills.
Gas furnaces and fireplaces should be fully cleaned and inspected for safety every year. To ensure the system will work most efficiently and safe for your family throughout the year call and have the preventive maintenance done.
Contact Dahlquist, Inc., which was awarded best HVAC service company SEVEN years in a row by the Daily Chronicle Reader’s Choice Awards at 994 Crosby Ave., Sycamore.