Warmer weather is here, which means it’s time to make sure your HVAC unit is running efficiently to keep your family cool all summer long. The professionals at Air Experts recommend going through an HVAC maintenance checklist twice a year, once before the cold season begins and another before it gets warm again. Check these HVAC warmer weather maintenance tips off your list, and you’ll be on your way to a cooler summer.
There are common tips that many people are already doing when it comes to home maintenance. Cleaning out your gutters, power washing your deck, and flushing your hot water heater, to name just a few. At Air Experts, our mission is to help you and your family have a happier and healthier home. That’s why we’re sharing five of our best home maintenance tips that you may not know about. Try them out this spring to keep your home running smoothly for years to come.
The easiest way to reduce your spring allergy symptoms is to regularly maintain your AC system. Since your HVAC system is responsible for all the air that comes into your home, it’s important that it works properly and that your filtration system is performing at optimal levels. The technicians at Air Experts can perform regular maintenance and repairs on your system so it’s cooling your home off without breaking the bank.
Winter is in full swing, and everyone is relying on their furnace more than ever right now. Furnaces are an essential part of your home and work hard to keep your family warm all winter long. But did you know heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires according to the National Fire Prevention Association? It’s important to think about the safety of your furnace to not only keep it working efficiently but to keep your family safe.
The New Jersey winters can be harsh and most of us are spending a lot of time at home this winter. Nobody wants a drafty house or to feel a chill while you’re trying to watch TV. With a little preparation and some tips, you can conserve the heat in your home this winter. Conserving heat will not only help keep your family warm but save you money and prevent skyrocketing energy bills.
As the temperatures drop even lower in New Jersey this month, you may experience a chill in your home or a power outage from a winter storm that leaves you without heat. Many people turn to their oven to warm their homes. But what many people don’t know is that using your oven to heat your home can be extremely dangerous. Here are the reasons why: