If you are like most homeowners in North Carolina, you are probably looking for ways to cut your energy usage before the summer heat arrives. The answer may literally be right in front of your face. Replacing your old thermostat with a “smart” thermostat makes it easier than ever to slash your energy usage.
Upgrading your home’s thermostat can lead to greater energy efficiency, which will save you money. But before you go shopping, follow these three simple tips for upgrading your thermostat:
If you’re considering upgrading to a programmable thermostat for your home, you are on the right track. Programmable thermostats can help you lower your energy bills significantly, but you have to understand the settings that will take advantage of the thermostat’s features.
A heat pump operates slightly differently than traditional forced-air or other heating systems and is designed to provide a high level of energy efficiency. The system has two settings: the first setting provides high powered heat to heat the house quickly. The second heat setting uses less energy to maintain the current heat levels inside your…
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Your furnace has to operate through many months of cold weather during the heating season. When its performance lags or something goes wrong, you’ll want to diagnose and correct the issue as soon as possible. We have some furnace troubleshooting tips that can help.