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The Complete Guide for Heating Your Home in the Fall and Winter Seasons

As fall and winter season approaches it will be time to prepare your furnace and outside unit for use during the cold months ahead, to avoid unnecessary cost in heating and possibly repairs. You can rely on ACCU – AIR for professional Tulsa heat and air service.

Replace Air Filters
It’s always a good idea to start with replacing your air filters. This is a very important inexpensive thing all homeowners should do. Dirty air filters can not only clog up your unit, but it also can cause unwanted allergens in your home. Changing out your filters is an inexpensive, easy and fast method of helping maintain your unit. When it comes to Tulsa furnace repair we are the experts to call!

Clean up Outside Clutter
You also want to keep your outside unit clear of clutter and debris, especially look out for fallen leaves that can block up your outside unit and keep it from running as well as it should.

Use a Programmable Thermostat
A good way to save money on your heating bill this fall, and winter is to use a programmable thermometer. These types of thermometers are great for saving money. If you don’t have one, ACCU-AIR has professional installers that use high quality equipment that could also show you how to program your system.

Check Your Insulation
Another great way to save money on your heating bill is to make sure you have enough insulation in your home. And check for damage that may have occurred over the summer. You might be surprised how much you could save annually.

Seal Doors & Windows
Seal off any drafts that are in your house. Check all your doors and windows to see if there are any air leaks. Doing these things will go along way in helping prepare your unit and save money this fall and winter season.

Doing regular maintenance checks saves you not only money in heating, but can keep you warmer this winter and potentially have less furnace repair that you may need.