Imagine driving your car 15,000 miles for the next year and never checking the oil or having an Auto Technician changing your oil, oil filter, inspecting your tires, or checking any other component on your car or truck. Most of us would say that neglecting your automobile in this way will end in certain disaster. To drive 15,000 miles over the course of a year would take less than one hour per day. Your heating and air conditioning system runs on average, over four hours per day. With this comparison, it is easy to see that neglecting your Home Comfort System could inevitably end in a disaster as well.
If you use fossil fuel such as Propane, Natural Gas, or Oil to heat your home or water, the first choice for maintenance should be with your trusted energy company. The best Fuel Energy providers have a steady relationship with a trusted heating and air conditioning contractor. To help secure having a qualified contractor, ask them if they employ and train NATE Certified HVAC Technicians.
A good comprehensive plan will have over 21 points of inspection and actions to rejuvenate your system to like-new performance.
“Heating your home uses more energy and costs more money than any other system in your home — typically making up about 42% of your utility bill. No matter what kind of heating system you have in your house, you can save money and increase your comfort by properly maintaining and upgrading your equipment. But remember, an energy-efficient furnace alone will not have as great an impact on your energy bills as using the whole-house approach. By combining proper equipment maintenance and upgrades with recommended insulation, air sealing, and thermostat settings, you can save about 30% on your energy bill while reducing environmental emissions.”
Source – energy.gov
Comfort Plus Services offers the whole-house approach, and we can provide you with everything you need to keep your home comfortable. Contact us by calling 855-585-9191 or clicking here.
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