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Optimize Your Heating Expenses and HVAC Efficiency

HVAC systems are energy-intensive. The Department of Energy reports that among the major consumers of energy in most homes, the heating and cooling systems are the most energy-consuming. The good news is that you can improve the efficiency of your HVAC system in your home without compromising your comfort by taking a number of measures. Continue reading to see how these simple and affordable steps can help you optimize your heating expenses and your HVAC system run more efficiently.

Changing the Settings on Your Thermostat

Your energy usage can be significantly reduced by raising or lowering the temperature of your home by just 5 or 6 degrees throughout the summer and winter. As a result, it can help you save money and lessen the load on your HVAC system.

Keep an Eye on Your Blinds and Curtains

During the sweltering summer months, keeping your curtains and blinds drawn will help prevent the sun from heating your house. This helps to reduce the cooling burden on your HVAC system. On the other hand, opening them on chilly winter days might assist by allowing light to enter, warming your house.

Condensate Drain Line Cleaning

Your HVAC system determines where you will find your drain line. Most lines are located right beneath your system's indoor or exterior condenser units. Since clogged drain lines are one of the most common reasons for air conditioning issues, it is crucial to take care of them. Your device can run more effectively and lower the possibility of future issues by periodically checking and cleaning the line. This is one of the few HVAC maintenance jobs that homeowners can perform on their own when necessary.

Insulating Your Home and Making Sure Air Leaks Are Sealed

To stop conditioned air from seeping out, any ductwork that passes through unconditioned portions of your house, such as your attic, should be properly sealed. On your next maintenance visit from BEAM HVAC, have your ductwork evaluated by a professional to detect any leaks.

A home with inadequate insulation will let conditioned air escape. As a result, it will make your HVAC system work more to keep a normal temperature. By keeping the air your HVAC system heats and cools inside your house, you can increase its efficiency.

Be Sure to Thoroughly Clean the Area Around Your Air Conditioning Unit

The condenser unit, which is the outdoor unit, operates most effectively when it is clean. Trim any neighboring hedges and bushes, and keep the area around the unit clear of any debris. The easiest approach to make sure your condenser unit stays in good operating order is to schedule expert repair from BEAM HVAC once a year.

Clear the Area In Front of Your Indoor Vents

Verify that nothing is obstructing your indoor vents. Large pieces of furniture close together can significantly reduce HVAC performance by obstructing airflow. Remember to frequently replace your filter, vacuum, and clean the supply and return vents to keep them clear of dust. Your HVAC system must work harder to draw air in and blast it out of vents covered in dust and debris, which raises your energy consumption and electricity costs. When vents are clean, it's simpler to keep the airflow constant.

Schedule for Annual Maintenance with BEAM HVAC

To increase HVAC effectiveness and lengthen the life of your equipment, schedule routine preventative maintenance. While you may manage your HVAC unit’s performance in a variety of ways on your own, nothing is as efficient as having a service specialist regularly check, clean, and repair your unit. Your service professional will be able to identify minor issues during a visit before they develop into more significant and costly ones.

How You Can Optimize Your Heating Expenses and HVAC Efficiency

Our team of highly trained HVAC experts can repair and service all makes and models of existing air conditioning systems. Contact the professionals at BEAM HVAC today to find ways on how you can optimize your heating expenses and HVAC efficiency!

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