Heating Upgrades for Winter

Diana Waldeck Uncategorized

Ditch the gloves, scarves, and wool hat. You won’t be needing them while inside your home this winter. You can keep your home cozy without a drastic spike in utility bills. Here’s how. Fill The Gaps Drafty windows and doors can make your home feel cold. Homeowners often forget to lock their windows during the wintertime, and this can cause small gaps. Make sure they’re closed tightly and add weatherstripping if there are still gaps or cracks. It’s also important …

Lower Your Heating Bill This Winter

brad Uncategorized

Winter can be a busy time of year and can also mean big utility bills for your home. There are a few changes you can make, though, in your home maintenance habits to save money on your monthly bills. Keep these things in mind during the cold seasons.  Seasonal Savings Tips: Schedule a Furnace Tune-Up – With a simple service call, you can make sure that your heating system is working correctly, meaning that you’ll spend less money on heating …

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

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How Frequently Should I Change My Furnace Filter? Fall has finally arrived, and with that, we are inching closer to snowy days and colder nights. With the sudden drop in temperature, it is common for people to bump up the thermostat to warm up. However, before the cold weather arrives, it’s critical to take some precautions to ensure that your winter season is spent warm and cozy in your home and not bundling up waiting for the repairman. First, be …

Cold Weather Preparation

brad Winter Weather

The weather in Tennessee has been pretty wacky lately. It was t-shirt weather just a couple of days ago, and it’s going to drop way below freezing this weekend! Have you made sure your home is prepared for winter weather and freezing temperatures? Let’s talk about cold weather preparation. When the temperatures drop, your home can be affected in a variety of ways. A little upkeep and a little preventative maintenance can go a long way from saving you from a …