Monthly Archives: January, 2016

How to Deal with the Cold Weather

Winter boots...Stay warm during the winter season is more than just dressing in layers and staying dry. If you want to ensure that you and your family stays warm during the colder months, here are some tips that you can use.

  • –          Make sure your clothes and boots are warm before stepping outside.
  • –          Maintain body temperature by eating high fat snacks such as nuts and chocolates.
  • –          Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.
  • –          Avoid drinking alcohol.
  • –          Make use of heat pads and gloves.

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Maintaining Your Home Heating System

Heating system maintenance...

Regular maintenance of your home heating system is very important to ensure that it is always in good working condition. Whether you have new heating system or an older unit, have it inspected at least once a year by a certified technician. A faulty furnace, for one, can actually create a potentially dangerous situation because of the carbon monoxide it produces.

Apart from ensuring a comfortable home during the colder months, home heating system maintenance will also help improve energy efficiency within your home. It can help prevent costly repair and replacement as well as save money in the long run.

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The Importance of Heating System Inspection and Maintenance

Heating system inspection...The cold temperature has caused many homeowners to rely on natural gas or wood-burning fireplaces. While these units can help keep your home warm and comfortable, they may also pose threat to your safety because of the accumulation of dust within the blower compartment resulting to increased carbon monoxide levels.

And because of the danger it poses, experts urge homeowners to get their chimneys inspected at least once a year. These chimneys must be cleaned in order to keep them free from combustible deposits.

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How to Heat Your Home Without Spending

Thermostat Replacement

With the colder temperatures and snow this winter season, many homeowners are looking for ways on how to stay warm and comfortable without breaking the bank. Below are some tips.

  • –        Seal air leaks to improve your home’s energy efficiency.
  • –        Ensure proper maintenance on your HVAC system.
  • –        Change your furnace filter at least once a month.
  • –        Get your furnace checked and serviced this fall season.
  • –        Install a programmable thermostat.

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