Tips for an Energy-efficient Home this Winter
Staying warm and comfortable all throughout the colder months can be a bit expensive. However, with careful planning and preparation, you can certainly make your home more energy efficient during winter. Below are some tips.
- Have your furnace checked and serviced by a professional.
- Replace the furnace filter at least once a year.
- Have your ductwork inspected and cleaned every 10 years.
- Keep the outside of your air conditioning unit covered with plastic to increase its life.
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