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Hoping for a Lucky Leaf For HVAC? Opt for HVAC Maintenance Instead!

When the springtime comes, a lot of people like going out and looking for four-leaf clovers. Even if you don’t believe that it will bring you luck, Easco Air understands. There are a lot of things that you can leave to luck, but keeping your home comfortable isn’t one of them. To have a comfortable home, you need proper maintenance rather than leaving it to luck. Below we will tell you how you can keep your home comfortable.

Upgrade Your Thermostat

thermostatOne of the biggest things that you should do is make sure that you have an upgraded thermostat. This is especially true if you have one of the old ones that you have to set manually.

The newer ones are programmable, which means that you can program the thermostat so that it’s warmer or cooler, depending on the time of year, when you come home. Not only will this help you with having a comfortable home but it’s also going to save you money.

Also, if you’re looking to take a technological step forward with your home, be sure to consider upgrading to a digital or wifi enabled home thermostat, which gives you absolute control over your home’s temperature from the comfort of your smartphone.

Use a Humidifier or Dehumidifier

humidskinWhen the weather is cold and dry, and there isn’t a lot of humidity in the air, one thing that you may notice is that you are having issues like dry skin and problems with your sinuses.

That’s why it’s a good idea to invest in a humidifier. This will put humidity back into the air and make it more comfortable. During the summertime, when the humidity is high, you want to take humidity out of the air to make it more comfortable.

That’s what a dehumidifier will do. Not only will it make your house more comfortable, but it will also help with avoiding the growth of mold and mildew since they both flourish in humid areas.

What is an Air Handler?

airhandlerYour HVAC system has two parts to it – one part is outdoors and one part that is indoors. The indoor unit is your air handler. When it’s matched up with your heat pump, this is what circulates your hot and cold air, based on what season it is.

Air handlers will contribute greatly to your system’s efficiency because when you have a more efficient air handler, the outdoor unit is going to do much less work. To help your air handler keep running efficiently, make sure that you are having it properly maintained.

In thanks, it’s going to help keep your home comfortable throughout the year! Go out there and be a go-getter. Make your own choices and don’t rely on luck. Make sure that you are doing maintenance on your HVAC system.

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