One of the best ways to ensure that you continue to save money and energy is to stay on top of preventative maintenance. Replacing your air filters, for example, can help increase the air flow throughout your ducts, making your air conditioning and heating system much more efficient.
It is recommended by most home improvement experts that you have your heating and air systems inspected and maintained twice each year. It is best to have this preventative maintenance performed in the spring before you begin using your air conditioner and in the fall before you turn on your furnace. It is much better to discover problems early, rather than in the middle of the summer or winter.
One of the most important reasons for preventative maintenance involves your safety. One of the things that we do in the fall is adjust the burners inside your furnace. This can help to reduce combustion gas emissions, such as carbon monoxide; helping to make sure your family is safe.