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Holiday Heating Tips for Wills Point, TX Homeowners

By CSMS,

Holiday is the time of the year when family gatherings and parties are celebrated in Wills Point, TX and nearby areas. Besides the fun it brings, it can also leave a dent in your budget and comfort. Good thing there are effective ways to reduce your overall heating costs while keeping your home comfortable.

Here are the holiday heating tips you can use in your Wills Point, TX home:

  • Open Your Blinds and Curtains

Let the warmth of the sun get inside your home to ease your heating system and reduce its workloads. Open your blinds and curtains during the day when the sun is out to allow the heat indoors. Close them at night to keep the accumulated heat inside your home.

  • Seal Your Leaky Windows

Try to check your windows to spot the leaks. Stand close to them and if you feel the chilly air rushing in, it means your windows have gaps. These gaps do not only let the cold air to get in, but they also allow the heated air to escape, resulting in great discomfort and high energy bill. Use caulk or weather-stripping to seal these cracks.

  • Use a Programmable Thermostat

Programmable thermostats can help reduce your energy consumption. You can program it to make your home comfortable during the day, let it drop the temperature overnight, and warm your house again before you roll out of bed in the morning. It simply does a great job in managing your indoor temperature and saving you a lot of energy, whether your home is hosting a holiday gathering or your family is out for a Christmas party.

  • Check Your Ductwork

Sometimes, you only need to check your ductwork to bring back the proper function of your heating system and the comfort of your home. Spot the cracks and holes in the duct system to prevent the heated air from escaping. Also, clean the dirt and debris there to allow proper airflow inside your home. If this sounds like an overwhelming task for you, call your local HVAC company to get the job done.

  • Keep Your Ceiling Fans On

Fans are not only created for scorching summer; they can also be used for the chilly winter. If you have ceiling fans at home, you can switch them on to push the heated air down into the surface of your rooms. This tip facilitates the heated air to stay down in your home, keeping you and your guests comfortable and warm throughout the holiday season.

This holiday season, be sure to include all these tips on your list. If you need professional assistance for these tasks or you need more comfort tips from the experts, contact our team at All Around AC. Call us and we are ready to hear your story this holiday.

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