The holiday season, which coincides with the onset of winter, is almost upon us. It is a favorable time to celebrate and spend important moments with family. Since you will likely be spending a great deal of time indoors, it might be time to check in on your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system to make sure everything is working properly. Here are some notable HVAC tips to consider this holiday season.
After a long summer and autumn, it is always good to consider changing the furnace filters for your air conditioning equipment. Replacing the dirty furnace filter with a brand new one helps improve the air quality in your house.
Your furnace thermostat should be fine-tuned and well-programmed to ensure that it creates the right temperature in your house. Since you are expecting to spend most of your time indoors, you should be vigilant about setting the correct temperature. You’ll want to make sure that the thermostat is set to a temperature that keeps everyone comfortable and healthy.
If your house does not have carbon monoxide detectors, this is a good time to consider installing one. Any existing detectors should also be verified to ensure that they still function well. These detectors are important in keeping you and your family at arm’s length from dangerous exposure to odorless and colorless carbon monoxide.
The holiday season also happens to be an ideal time to consider doing a thorough cleaning of your house. Doing a comprehensive dusting of every area in your house removes any dust that may have accumulated. It also helps improve the air quality in your house.
Even after doing everything within your means to prepare your house for the holiday season, you should consider contacting experts to do a comprehensive check of your HVAC system. Our professionals at Clockwork Heating and Air Conditioning in Athens will do a thorough fine-tuning of your HVAC system to give you the best indoor experience this holiday season. In addition to our heating and cooling services, we offer indoor air quality services to keep your air clean. Call us today.