Dirty air filters can make your system work harder and drive up your energy cost.

Vacuum the air vents to help prevent blockages and indoor air quality problems,  If you are noticing a  buildup on your air vents, consider scheduling air duct cleaning to remove the grit and grime that’s inside the vents

Make sure your thermostat has fresh batteries. In order to save energy, we recommend setting your thermostat to a cooler temperature at night and while you’re at work, and turning it up when you’re home. Programmable thermostats are good upgrade to help keep your thermostat set to the most efficient settings.

During a heating tune-up, an HVAC technician will inspect your system system to look for any signs of wear and tear and ways to optimize the system efficiency. Regular inspections can mean the difference in a unit the works like clockwork or one that requires hundreds of dollars in repair due to neglect.