Keeping your home comfortable in the fall can be challenging in towns like Fultondale, Alabama. While it’s uncommon for Hoover to have a heatwave or freezing cold temperatures during fall, the weather does fluctuate enough that you’ll want to pay attention to maintain the comfort in your house tricky.
Programmable and Smart Thermostats
Savvy families are investing in smart, or programmable, thermostats to keep themselves more comfortable and to save money. You can program different temperatures for different times of day as the weather fluctuates significantly here during the fall. Whether you like to be cozy or cool at night, the thermostat can automatically set to that temperature and help you sleep better. If you have multiple zones for your heat, you can also set a different temperature for each zone.
Smart thermostats are programmable, but they have additional features that make them even more convenient. One feature they have is WiFi connectivity that makes it very easy and convenient to keep your home comfortable. Smart thermostats can also be controlled by your phone. If you want to change the heat to prepare for an early or late return home, you can do it with a touch of a button from wherever you are. This can also help you to conserve energy. Many smart thermostats also create diagnostic reports and energy analysis, which can also help you save money.
Change your HVAC Filter Regularly
It seems like a small issue, but your heating and cooling system works more efficiently when you regularly change the HVAC filter. It’s fairly simple, but it can also be done by a professional during regularly scheduled maintenance.
Schedule Regular Maintenance
Heating and cooling systems work most efficiently and productively when they’re well-maintained. Not only does regular maintenance help systems work better, but it also improves your air quality, making your home more comfortable and improving your quality of life. To make your home more comfortable this fall, give One Source Heating and Cooling a call at (205) 509-1929.
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