Follow these six crucial fall HVAC service steps to ensure a comfortable home this fall and winter.
Richard Roth explains how one customer heats and cools a 6,000 square foot home in the Highlands with an energy bill that’s less than $400/mo., even during the coldest winter Kentucky has faced in 20 years.
It’s been a long, cold winter here in Louisville and Southern Indiana, and our furnaces have been working overtime heating our homes up. An often neglected yet important part of your heating system is your air filter, especially if it’s dirty. Replacing and keeping your air filter clean is one of the simplest steps in keeping your heating costs down during the cold winter months, for a couple of reasons.
We’ve finally started to feel some warmth in Louisville and Southern Indiana, and that means it’s time to start cranking up our air conditioning units and blasting some cool air in our homes. But before you go and lower that thermostat, there’s a few things you can do before hand to ensure you have a trouble free summer, and prevent yourself from having an air conditioner on the fritz in the dead heat of summer.