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Some Plans for a Better HVAC System in Your Home This Year

2016 is already here. You probably have a list of various improvements and other jobs to get done on your house during the coming 12 months. We don’t want to burden you with extra jobs, so we have some suggestions for improving your heating and cooling system that aren’t tough to take care of: you only need to give our technicians a call and we’ll handle it from there!

Arrange for Annual Cooling and Heating Maintenance

Too many people skip out on the yearly inspections and tune-ups that are necessary for their heating and cooling system. This is a mistake, since it allows ACs and heaters to decline faster, leading to extra repairs, inefficient performance, and early replacements. Sign up for our Proactive Service Agreement so you’ll have the regular maintenance visits you need every year—and a better HVAC system over all.

Have the Ductwork Tested

You may have leaky air ducts and not even realize it. Those leaks, no matter how small they are, can cost you a great deal in wasted energy: up to 30% of the air you pay to heat and cool will escape through these gaps and holes. Our technicians can test your ductwork to find if it needs repair work—and they’ll handle the repairs as well.

Upgrade Outdated Thermostats

Look over the thermostat(s) in your house. Have you had them for more than 10 years? Are they manual models or digital models without programming features? If the answer to either question is yes, then it’s time to replace the thermostats with new technology. At the very least, you should have programmable thermostats so you can better plan out how your home is heated and cooled. But there are some superb high-tech options to consider as well, such as “smart” thermostats that develop their own energy-saving programming, and Wireless thermostats with remote control functions and ease of placement.

Hall’s Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration provides excellent HVAC services in Hauhgton, LA.

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