by Cooper Climate Control
Even as the price of energy continues to rise, you can still take steps to reduce your cooling bills in the summer and your heating bills in winter. Here are some suggestions to help you accomplish this.
If you use a furnace to heat your home in winter, have it checked and maintained regularly. Do this before the cold weather sets in so you can complete necessary repairs. Hire an experienced technician to perform quality HVAC service, they will know how to identify and correct any problems. Additionally, they will be able to suggest newer, energy-efficient HVAC systems should your system be operating at low efficiency. Read More