Even though there are many things to love about living in Minnesota, one thing that you might not look forward to is the winter, and having to pay the high heating costs of running your HVAC in Minnesota during the winter.
After all, the chilly temperatures and high costs of electricity, gas or oil can really put a pinch on the wallet.
This is the last thing that you might want to deal with during the winter months, particularly during the holiday season.
Luckily, there are a few steps that you can take now so that you can cut your heating costs all winter long.
Here’s what we recommend.
Have Your Unit Inspected and Serviced
First of all, consider scheduling an appointment now to have your unit inspected and serviced.
Ensuring that your heating is in top-notch condition is the first step to lowering your costs and preventing your unit from going out at the wrong time.
Like in the middle of a rough Minnesota snowstorm.
Change Your Filters Often
If you aren’t changing your air filters frequently enough, now is the time to get in the habit.
Fresh filters don’t cost much and can make a big difference by enabling your unit to run more efficiently, saving you money.
Plus, new filters can help improve indoor air quality too.
Install a Programmable Thermostat
If you haven’t already installed a programmable thermostat in your home, now is the time to do so.
You can set your system so that it will keep your home at cooler temperatures during the day, while your family is at work or school while ensuring that it’s nice and warm when the first family member walks through the door.
As you can see, it is possible to run your heater this winter without going broke.
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