Energy EfficiencyReducing Energy Bills in the Winter

March 20, 2019by dave

At Fire & Ice Heating and Air, we can help you save money on your winter heating bills. We offer heater installation, repair, and maintenance services. By performing repairs or adjusting your furnace or heat pump, we can make sure that it’s working as efficiently as possible. Keeping your furnace clean and properly adjusted can extend its life and make sure that it can produce the proper level of heat for your building.

Steps to Take for Heating Your Home

There are many ways that you can reduce the amount of heat you need in your home so that your energy bills stay as low as possible. A few minor adjustments and lifestyle changes could end up saving you hundreds of dollars over the course of the winter. Things you can do include:

  • Lowering your home temperature at night
  • Heating only the rooms you use
  • Using ceiling fans to mix air
  • Closing window coverings at night

Be sure to use the heat produced by the sun by opening the shades during the day on any windows that face south. If your home does start to cool down, consider putting a sweater or other warm clothing on instead of turning on the heat. Adding moisture to the air with a humidifier can also make your space feel warmer without turning up your heat.

A Trusted Company for Energy Efficiency

Fire & Ice Heating and Air wants to help you minimize your energy bills throughout the winter. Our company is located in Youngwood, PA, and we’re committed to the complete satisfaction of each of our customers. We’ve been in business since 1999, and we’re committed to being an eco-friendly company. Our team remains heavily involved with the community that supports us, and we strive to build trusting relationships with our customers. Our customer service is unbeatable, and we’ll go the extra mile to meet your individual needs.

Call us at Fire & Ice Heating and Air today so that we can help lower your energy bills during the winter months.

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