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The holidays are over, and your Carrier furnace is working hard to keep your family cozy. With winter’s blues likely hitting you like a slab of ice if you live in Eastman, Georgia, now’s as good time as any to improve your furnace’s performance and save money. With that said, here are three ways to save on heating costs and recover some of that holiday spending before the spring arrives:

Take Advantage of Your Ceiling Fans More Often

Do you have ceiling fans in your home in Eastman, Georgia? If so, they can help you save up to 10 percent on your monthly energy bills. Although ceiling fans don’t produce heat on their own, when used properly, they force warm air that has risen to the ceiling downward toward the floor.

As a result, you benefit from feeling warmer air while you rest and sleep without needing to crank up the heater. During the winter, make sure your ceilings fans are rotating on a low speed in a clockwise direction.

Change Your Carrier Furnace’s Air Filter Today

It’s never too late to schedule professional HVAC maintenance and have a service technician make sure your furnace is in good working order. One maintenance task that you can complete on your own, though, is changing your furnace’s filter. Don’t wait until tomorrow; change your furnace’s filter today to improve operational efficiency and save on heating costs.

Set Your Thermostat to the Right Temperature

You might confuse yourself trying to figure out what the right thermostat settings are for winter. To save on heating costs, keep your home at 68 degrees when your family is at home and awake. If no one is home or you’re sleeping, lower the thermostat by a degree or three. Remember not to lower the thermostat setting too much, though, because extreme temperature differences will only add up to higher energy bills.

Do you need your furnace repaired so you can save on heating costs? Contact Pruett Air Conditioning at 478-298-4115 to schedule an appointment. We’re happy to help you save on heating costs.

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