3 Witty Ways to Prepare Your HVAC for the Holidays

Maintenance agreements aren’t the only tool at your disposal as you seek to get your heating system ready for the holiday season.

If maintenance agreements come to mind when you're considering how to get your HVAC system ready for the coming months, you're not wrong. However, there's even more you can do, including some changes that will help your system perform better (and more efficiently) well into the future.

Consider these three witty and wonderful ways to keep your HVAC running optimally during the busyness of the holidays:

1. Use a Programmable Thermostat to Maintain Optimal Temperatures

With a smart thermostat, you can ensure you won't need to keep adjusting your settings as you try to keep your holiday guests happy. You'll be able to set a schedule that accounts for when the house will be empty, as well as the time periods when everyone's in bed and won't need quite as much heat. This reduces your consumption and also helps you avoid overworking the HVAC.

2. Basic HVAC Maintenance Includes Clearing Vents

It's normal for furniture to end up blocking your air vents, but this is actually a bad thing. You're disrupting the flow of air, which makes it harder for your system to heat the space. If you're worried that your HVAC components won't look quite so festive for the holidays, feel free to decorate them! Just be sure to avoid putting anything in front of them.

3. Maintenance Plans Take Everything Else into Account

When it comes to HVAC, routine maintenance is the best possible way to cover all your bases. From preparing the system to detecting possible issues before they can take hold, preventative maintenance will ensure that your home stays comfortable all throughout the winter months.

At G+S Heating Air Energy Services, we have varied plans that account for the specifics of our customers' situations. To learn more about our maintenance agreements, or for information about how we can help you prepare for the demands of the winter season, reach out to us today.

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