Choosing the Best HVAC Filters for Your System

Choosing the Best HVAC Filters for Your System

Your home’s HVAC system depends on it working properly. It won’t stay forever because it operates all year long, sometimes day and night. In actuality, this ranges from 12 to 15 years. Because of this, you must take all necessary steps to guarantee that it runs as long as possible and ultimately helps you save…

5 Critical Alerts Your Furnace Needs Repairs

5 Critical Alerts Your Furnace Needs Repairs

Knowing that you have a wonderful furnace to keep your home warm is quite helpful as the temperatures in the High Desert start to drop. When the weather gets frigid, your furnace uses electricity or a combination of gas and electricity, depending on your system, to distribute warm air around your home. At least, that’s…

HVAC Zoning Can Improve Comfort and Efficiency

HVAC Zoning Can Improve Comfort and Efficiency

A quality HVAC system would enable you to operate the entire system from a single thermostat and guarantee that the entire house is either heated or cooled. Homes with HVAC systems will be as comfortable as possible. That isn’t always the case, though. Notably, the management of temperature is carried out by a single thermostat…

5 Essential Winter HVAC Efficiency Tips

5 Essential Winter HVAC Efficiency Tips

We are nearly officially in the midst of winter, so we really need our heating and cooling systems to be in good working order. It is crucial to the warmth and comfort of our home during the eagerly anticipated winter holidays. However, there are some guidelines we need to adhere to in order to maintain…

Savings and Benefits of Upgrading Your Thermostat

Savings and Benefits of Upgrading Your Thermostat

Many homes have neglected and taken for granted the thermostat, a part of the heating and cooling system. As a crucial component of the HVAC system, a properly working thermostat offers homeowners a number of advantages. Keeping up with new developments also contributes to these, like how programmable ones increase comfort levels. Saving Money Older,…

Winter has officially arrived, bringing with it a brand-new crop of bitterly cold temperatures. Your heating system is not just a luxury comfort for the freezing winter. It's a must-have item. Running it keeps your family safe and healthy in addition to maintaining the comfort of your home. Using your heating system every day for months on end is not unusual. Due to the necessity, this will result in an increase in your monthly heating expenditures, and in some cases, there is little you can do about it. However, just because you spend more money on heating during the winter doesn't mean you should. You may reduce those high expenditures by making a few easy house improvements, which will allow you to survive the winter comfortably and less straining financially. Has Your Heater Had Recent Maintenance? For your HVAC system, several heating professionals provide maintenance programs. Regular maintenance is similar to a tune-up for a car: the technician carefully inspects every part of the heating system and looks for any potential problems. Small problems, such as obstructed burners or loose fasteners, can be fixed as part of the maintenance service. The technician can arrange one right away if more involved repairs are needed. In any case, resolving those minor flaws can help a heater use less energy to heat a house, so lowering monthly expenses and the load placed on the rest of the system. If your heater hasn't received routine maintenance in the past year or more, you might want to think about scheduling it right now. 2. Set the Thermostat Most thermostats can be programmed, but only a small percentage of homes actually do so. For instance, many households just leave the heat on throughout the day, even when no one is home, under the mistaken belief that doing so will save money over the long term compared to having to warm up a cold house. When you typically leave the house, set the thermostat to 65 degrees, then set it to turn back on 20 minutes later. You won't notice a change, yet you could save a surprising amount on your monthly payment. Before going to bed, you can decrease the thermostat even more. To stay warm, wrap up in blankets. 3. Weather Stripping Is Important Cracks around your doors and windows can quickly remove hot air from your house (and will do the same thing to cool air in the summer). It's a challenging problem, but you can swiftly resolve it by applying weather stripping to the troublesome area. It can be found at any hardware store or home improvement store, and it only takes a few minutes for you to use it to solve the issue. Call the helpful experts at Elite Climate Control to schedule an appointment if your High Desert home needs heating repairs, maintenance plans, or comparable heating services!

Smart Savings for Your Winter Heating System

Winter has officially arrived, bringing with it a brand-new crop of bitterly cold temperatures. Your heating system is not just a luxury comfort for the freezing winter. It’s a must-have item. Running it keeps your family safe and healthy in addition to maintaining the comfort of your home. Using your heating system every day for…

Winter Maintenance for Commercial HVAC Systems

Winter Maintenance for Commercial HVAC Systems

Making sure your commercial HVAC system is in working order will help keep your High Desert business warm during the winter. Inconsistent temperatures, a drop in indoor air quality, and unplanned machine shutdowns are a few wintertime issues your commercial HVAC system may have to deal with. Temperature Variations Does your HVAC system vary between…

Winter Preparations for Your Furnace

Winter Preparations for Your Furnace

Make sure your furnace is functioning safely and effectively before the winter cold sets in, ideally before the first significant frost. And your pocketbook will undoubtedly appreciate your efforts to increase energy efficiency while saving money. Maintenance Checklist for Your Furnace before Winter Flip the thermostat You’d be surprised to learn how simple a task…