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Tips for More Efficient Heating

We may be entering February, but if last year taught us anything, it’s that winter can throw us a few curve balls, even when the end of the season ought to be in sight. There is plenty more cold weather ahead of us, and likely some more snowfall to go with it. You need to know that your heating system in Boston, MA is not only to heat your home effectively, but also that it will do so efficiently. You don’t want to wait around in discomfort while you look forward to the start of spring, after all. That’s why we’ve put together a few tips to help you enjoy efficient heating in your home.

Seal Up Your Home

There are a lot of beautiful old homes in this part of the country. Of course, homes of this age were likely not constructed with the same attention paid to energy efficiency as newer ones are. Simply investing in some weather stripping with which to eliminate drafts in door and window frames can seriously help you to boost energy efficiency in your home. You may also want to consider wrapping your windows with plastic sealing, available at just about any hardware store, in order to help prevent drafts.

Upgrade Your Thermostat

You may not realize just how huge of an impact your thermostat can have on the overall performance quality and efficiency of your HVAC system. Simply upgrading an old, outdated thermostat to a programmable model, for instance, means that you can come home to comfort every day, without maintaining that temperature in your house while it is empty for hours at a time. Program it to cater to your own personal schedule, and enjoy great comfort with increased efficiency.

Maintenance Is Key

Never convince yourself that you can skip over an annual heating maintenance service. Even if you didn’t have your system serviced going into winter, you should have it maintained at the close of the season. The time of the year doesn’t matter so much as the fact that it is serviced at least once a year. It’s not too late to ensure the success and efficiency of your heater with routine maintenance.

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