Steps to Keeping Your Home A Comfortable Temperature

Time to bundle up, but let us keep our home a comfortable temperature.

comfortable temperatureBlankets and extra clothes are great outside, but let’s keep your home a comfortable temperature this winter. As the temperatures continue to drop make sure your home is prepped for winter.  Improve your heater’s efficiency will help maintain warm air throughout the house during the cold nights of winter.  This will keep you from having to constantly bump up the temperature on the thermostat.

Here are a few things to check to ensure your home is set for colder weather.

  • Check the condition of your insulation. If you have an older home it could be that there is not enough insulation in the walls or ceiling.  Insulation is used to keep the heat in and the cold air out.
  • Be sure you Inspect all the windows and doors.  Do you see cracks or gaps that should be sealed off with weathering tape? This will prevent the heated air from escaping and helps keep your furnace running efficiently and will also reduce the drafts coming in from the outside.
  • Have your furnace inspected and maintained prior to using it this winter.  Sanders and Johnson is just a phone call away and we can service your furnace to assure you keep your home a comfortable temperature all winter long with less blankets.

An HVAC technician will properly inspect and even clean your furnace and duct work to make sure there are no leaks or debris clogging up the system.  Just by keeping the equipment clean and sealing off cracks around windows and doors will keep your furnace from worker harder to heat the house. The more efficient your furnace is, the less money you will have to spend on your energy bills

Do you need professional furnace maintenance in Denver, CO? Contact Sanders & Johnson today for inspections and maintenance for furnaces and heat pumps. We can help you get your heating equipment in top shape to keep you nice and warm during the cold months ahead.