You might be a DIY person so we compiled 4 things for HVAC Dallas to look for this winter. As you know, winter days in Texas can be calm and comfortable, but there are more than a few days when it feels like we are closer to the arctic circle than the equator. For days like that, a well-functioning heating unit is probably more desirable than hot cocoa. Being prepared and staying on top of it is not that hard, and in most cases, you can do it yourself. For everything else, there’s Dragon Air, ready to make sure everything is in place, nothing is lost, and your heating bill is low.
Top four things for your HVAC in the Dallas – Fort Worth area this winter:
Maintain your HVAC unit before winter days come
HVAC check-up is probably the best thing you can do for yourself and your household. With so many small details in place, it is easier if a trained technician takes care of it all, and runs essential tests confirming everything is OK, giving you peace of mind, and a warm place just when you need it the most, without breaking down. HVAC inspection is a great tool for every household because it prevents bigger issues from happening. It is just a phone call away, guaranteeing a quick and friendly certified technician visit.
Prepare the inside of your home and yourself for Texas winter
Some things you can do can go long way and are very simple to do, like enabling the flow of heat through your house. Arranging furniture to allow it should not require too much effort, and you can ask our technicians about it. Closing off rooms you don’t use, plugging the heater directly in the wall, and installing heavy curtains with insulation are few more things that can help and save you your money. Don’t forget sweaters and warming up your feet with thicker socks, when possible.
Upgrade the HVAC equipment
Depending on your home age, wear, and tear, there are some adjustments to your house that can be done and can benefit you in the long run. Sometimes these are considered to be upgrades, depending on your home, but either way, the benefit may be clear. A smart thermostat can add balance when heating up your house: not too much or little, just right. Replacing or adding insulation in the attic is another option for you. Just ask our technician about it, and we can take a look.
Maintain the heat in your home to your advantage
Heat is like the train: it takes a bit to move or slow down. Moving your thermostat up or down slowly could be your best long-term solution, preventing spikes on your bill. Last, but definitely not least, all those hours you spend cooking may add warmth to you and the place you live in. Moving your body around can make you feel warmer, but also all the heat coming from the oven and top of your stove will add to the overall temperature of your home, so use it wisely, for your benefit. For everything else, there’s Dragon Air, ready to take care of it and make you feel good.