Upgrade Your Thermostat

The savings from programmable thermostats are well documented. By automatically turning down the temperature by 10 to 15 degrees for eight hours a day, either when you are not home or when you are sleeping, these thermostats can cut your heating bill by 10 percent. Programmable thermostats are now inexpensive as ever. Used properly, they can save you up to $200.00 per year.

Invest in a Furnace Maintenance Plan, Tune Up, Or a High Efficiency Furnace

There is some up-front cost here, as you will need to pay about $100.00 for a tune up service call but you will make it up in the long term with more efficient heating that lowers your bill while preserving the life of your furnace. A new system will also end up paying for itself. Plus you will have the peace of mind of having a brand new warranty, so no expensive repair bills.

Install a Central Humidifier

By using a humidifier during the heating season, not only will you be more comfortable but you can lower your thermostat by two degrees and feel just as warm while saving money on your heating cost.

Replace Worn Weather-stripping and Caulking

Caulking and weather stripping doors and windows will seal out cold air and help save on heating cost. Seven to 12 percent of a home’s heat loss occurs around windows and doors, and these leaks often prompt homeowners to turn up their furnace to keep comfy. Installing more insulation in your house will save energy cost as well as wrapping the hot water heater with insulation. Install gaskets on all electrical outlets and switches on outside walls.

Keep Your Heating Register Clear

The warm air blowing out of your registers needs a clear path into the room to provide even heating. So, if you place your favorite recliner or a sofa over the register, you’re limiting the flow of heat. It’s like leaving the vent partially or completely closed. To cut heating costs, arrange your room so that the register is as unobstructed as possible.

Get a Home Energy Audit

You should do this during the summer months. Most utility companies offer a home energy audit for free.

Keep Warm Air from Escaping Up the Chimney

When your fireplace is not in use make sure the damper is set to the closed position. An open damper is just like having a window or door open. Experts agree that the typical fireplace loses more heat than it generates. Consider installing a fireplace insert which will make better use of the heat generated in your fireplace.

Teegarden HVAC is here to help you Heat and Cool your home or office efficiently as possible!

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HVAC in Northern KentuckyAbout Teegarden HVAC

Teegarden HVAC provides residential and light commercial HVAC services in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. We are knowledgeable in all areas of HVAC service and installation, as well as, geothermal, and oil-fired equipment. Teegarden HVAC is licensed in both Kentucky and Ohio and is ACE and Nate certified. We provide affordable, expert care to our customers day or night!
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