On our blog, we often share tips with customers about how they can save money on their heating and air conditioning costs around the year. Below is a short summary of some we’ve discussed in the past:
- Changing the air filter in the HVAC system regularly.
- Installing a new thermostat with extra features and higher precision temperature settings.
- Maintaining steady, energy-saving thermostat settings.
- Replacing old heaters and air conditioners with high efficiency units.
- Arranging for regular duct cleaning.
- Improving the insulation of the ductwork.
Many of these services require the work of professionals, and that’s why we would like to offer what we think is the best advice for lowering your bills: contact us for assistance!
Take Advantage of Our Knowledge
It’s simple enough to advise you about changing air filters and watching how you set the thermostat. But it’s a greater challenge to pinpoint the more specific ways you can lower your utility bills, since these are… well, specific to your home. Making guesses about putting in a new high-efficiency air conditioner or if it’s the right time to arrange for duct cleaning can end up wasting money. A professional opinion is the best way to get on the road to improved savings.
For example, if you have one of our experienced and helpful technicians come to your home, they can find the exact spots in your house where you can make changes and improvements. For example, your thermostat might be ideal for your needs, but the ducts are far overdue for a cleaning. Perhaps the problem is the HVAC system’s age, and the technician can give you a recommendation on a system replacement that fits your budgets and solves the problems the current heater/air conditioner poses.
The bottom line is that there are so many different kinds of cost-saving items and services that it’s better if you have one of our experienced technicians visit your home and offer guidance.
For exceptional customer service, please give our office a call. Russell’s Heating & Air Conditioning serves Banning, CA and throughout the Inland Empire and Desert Communities.